Hi, I’m Dr. Halls and although Anke Kruse Organics is no longer producing it’s products, but the master creator of them, Mr. Anke Kruse, has moved on, following market demands for new interesting products, and fresh new brands, apparently.
I spoke to Anke when I discovered this website was available, which was during one of my hobby phases when I was extremely interested in producing my own foods.
Yes, the financial scare of 2009 really affected me, and I bought farm land in Alberta, and a property in BC, where I could grow enough food to support my family, and be healthy. As usual with my hobbies, I get deeply into them. I was learning all about food production on small scale for the organic foods marketplace, because these people have the skills to do it! Along the way, finding businesses in Canada that are in-business, and some that were out-of-business, my curiosity followed them, to see what happened.
Yes, I don’t really know him, just a passing acquaintance I suppose. But anyway, this website does still have people arriving, following links from other healthy food websites, and I wanted to let them know that Anke moved onto a few other business.[WebMoose horizontal_alignment=”left” vertical_alignment=”center” alignment_origin=”element” say_when=”scrolled” ]http://ankekruseorganics.ca/wp-content/paleosandwich.mp4[/WebMoose]
Anke Kruse, immigrated in 1988 from Germany to Canada and entered the import and export business, specializing in organic food products. Their range of products included (during 2002-2005): WILD COUNTRY, HARVEST SUN, TARTEX, SCHNITZER and IF YOU CARE.
Those are still important desirable places for specialized food production, the Vegan and Gluten-free markets are not going away anytime soon.
I learned a little more about the history of Anke Kruse Organics:
In the summer of 1995, Shurli Chohan joined the company as Vice-President and National Sales Manager. Over the years, the company introduced more and more products, in organic food products.
Yes, we will in fact, be adding perspectives on alternative medicine, organic nutrition and health benefits, as well as some skepticism against placing too much importance on it. Something similar perhaps to halls.md‘s approach to gluten free diet information, as well as vegan, too, and many other health-related diets.
Contact info: 14191 Crewsons’s Line, Acton, Ontario, L7J 2L7, Canada
No Artificial Coloring, No Additives, No Preservatives
I had some beginner level articles created on the topic of organic foods. Amateurish they are, but hopefully they make your visit here, after scrolling to the bottom, to not be for nothing.
I had intended, during my hobby phase of keen interest in organic food production, I had intended to be a lot more active with writing things to post here. I didn’t get very far, but I do intend to resume.