UnHinged Homestead, Organics Homemade Goods, Providing Local Healthy Food Choices from Mansfield

People are smarter about the foods they eat these days, and more consumers have turned to organic food products for personal health and reasons of quality. UnHinged Homestead provides high-quality organic foods and ready-made convenience items for people who are too busy for complex food preparation, but care about what they eat.

Mansfield, TX, January 20, 2012 --(PR.com)-- UnHinged Homestead, a small local backyard farm that facilitates and supports initiatives that propel consumers toward organic eating, recently announced the unveiling of their organic product line.

Recognizing the growing demand for organic food products, many food manufacturers are working to develop organic alternatives to their conventionally produced, commercial food products. However, even large companies with vast resources at their disposal find it difficult to successfully convert food manufacturing formulations, gain access to certified suppliers and penetrate the organic foods market. Consumer expectations for food convenience and high quality food products is rapidly "pushing" old-line food manufacturers into new exciting food trends and convenience areas.

UnHinged Homestead has formed to meet the growing demand for unique, organic, specialty convenience foods. Seasonal vegetables are available all year from the Homestead, as well as recipes to use them. “People have a right to know where the food they eat comes from,” says Lindy Suze, founder of UnHinged Homestead. “More and more consumers prefer to buy organic locally grown produce and prepackaged food. Our products are unique, inexpensive, and tasty… without MSG!” These distinctive organic products cater to the discriminating consumer who demands a high degree of creativity, quality, and convenience with simple, legible ingredients.

For people who wish to grow, preserve, prepare and cook their own food, UnHinged also offers a range of classes. These are designed to teach and encourage people to become more self-sufficient. For those that attempt to homestead, garden, or cook the daily blog and gardening guide provide useful information.

To learn more about the UnHinged Homestead and the collaborative services offered, visit UnHingedHomestead.com, or e-mail lucky.lindy1@yahoo.com

UnHinged Homestead
Lindy Suze
817 880 5838