Go organic with easy, healthy meals from Jet.com. Shop organic meals and get organic bunny snacks, Annie's mac and cheese, and Amy's pizza.
We've reached a new era in our food habits, which is to eat clean, green, and healthy. With the growing availability of organic foods, it's easy to enjoy an organic mealevery night of the week. It's also easy to shop for anything organic at Jet.com. We've got organic meals and food choices like Amy's pizza and Annie's mac and cheese. (You know, the food with the organic bunny on the box — Annie mac, Annie's mac and cheese, whatever you want to call it.) Our selection of Annie's, Back to Nature, and other great brands offer foods that are delicious and good for you. And that includes Annie mac. Yup, Annie's mac and cheese is pretty healthy.
Not sure which organic pizza to buy? Amy's pizza is a popular choice made with natural ingredients. There's Amy's pizza plain cheese pies, as well as Amy's gluten free pizza. Want to try a new organic mac and cheese? Annie mac — as Annie's calls it — is great for kids. Annie's makes meals with simple, organic ingredients and the packaging is always stamped with it's signature Annie mac organic bunny. (That way, you know it's Annie's.)
Now that we've established Annie's organics products and Amy's pizza are awesome, let's discuss other options. We've got organic ramen noodles, organic potatoes, and more — even organic soups. (That's in another section under Soups, Meals, and Side Dishes, along with Indianand Mexican meals.) Dr. McDougall's organic ramen makes a college dorm room staple surprisingly healthy. If you're food shopping for your dorm room, check out Annie's gluten free mac and cheese. You know, for those nights you skip out on the suspect cafeteria food.
The possibilities are seemingly endless when it comes organic food choices at the click of a button. If you're a big organic bunny fan, stock up on as much as you'd like. Because when you shop groceries with us, you get free shipping over $35 and 2-day delivery on thousands of essentials. (Clarification: we're referring to Annie's food products, not an actual bunny rabbit.)