Get to know Cadia

This article was originally published in January 2015

PCC is proud to offer our customers a broad line of high-quality, high-value kitchen and household products from Cadia. From organic beans to delectable gelato, these goods will please your palate while meeting your budget. The majority of them — even the tortilla chips — are made with organic ingredients that have been sourced from U.S. family farms; others are Non-GMO Project Verified or gluten-free.

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Frozen pizza

With a thin crust, these organic vegetarian pizzas are ready to serve in under 10 minutes. Choose from Spinach & Tomato, Four Cheese, Margherita or Mushroom and Black Olive.


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Pasta sauce

Make life easier, and more delicious, with richly seasoned pasta sauces like Roasted Garlic, Vegetable Marinara or Vodka Cream sauce. The common ingredient across all flavors? Rich, slow-cooked organic tomatoes.


cadia corn chip

Tortilla Chips

In search of a healthier chip for your game day nachos or evening snack? Try these simple, sturdy, low-salt chips, available with either white or yellow organic corn.


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Gelato

These irresistible tubs of light-textured, richly flavored gelato — some with swirls of sauce — are worth serving to your favorite people. The Limoncello is the perfect dessert to perk up the end of a winter meal.


cadia red kidney beans

Canned beans

Stash a can or two of your favorite organic bean in the cupboard and you’re ready to make a quick Mexican meal or healthy bowl of minestrone with minimal effort.


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Pasta

Round and curly or long and thin, Cadia’s pasta is available in many shapes. More importantly, you can choose between organic wheat varieties or gluten-free, non-GMO brown rice pasta.

minestrone soup

Minestrone Soup

Whip up Easy Weeknight Minestrone for a quick and cozy dinner.
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Meet our nutrition team

Our nutrition education team, comprised of Nick Rose, M.S., and Marilyn Walls, M.S., regularly provides PCC shoppers with expert advice on special diets, how to read food labels, recipes and more.