ORGANIC NAAN

Toufayan Organic Naan

ORGANIC NAAN

Our new Organic Naan has the flavor and texture you’re taste buds are looking for! Try our new Organic Naan with some of your favorite Toufayan recipes. Available in Garlic and Original varieties. Toufayan Organic Naan is the first ever USDA Certified Organic Naan bread.

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13 Responses

  1. GSC

    I have been looking for organic naan for my son. I can’t seem to find any in a local store and it doesn’t look like I can order it direct. Where can I order it from?

    1. Toufayan

      Hello,
      Thank you for your interest in Toufayan Organic Naan! Currently, we do not have a online store, however many of our products are available online. If you do purchase our products online, please come back and leave a comment to let our community know about your experience.

      MOM’s organic Market, Shop Rite and Wegmans carry our Organic products. It is up to each individual store manager to stock Toufayan products or not, but those grocers already include Organic Naan on their ordering forms and some of our other products.
      Please ask your favorite grocer to add Toufayan Organic Naan to their inventories or to contact us directly.
      Ask them to call 800-328-7428 or visit our contact page.

      You may also find stores in your area that carry Toufayan products on our where to buy page. From there you can click on your state to see a list of stores that are part of our distributor’s reach.

      Please feel free to comment again or contact us if you still have questions.

    1. Toufayan

      Of course!
      Our Traditional Indian Style Garlic Naan Flatbreads are certified Kosher Pareve.

      Garlic Naan

      Ingredients: Enriched flour, water, garlic, yeast, sugar, canola oil, contains 2% or less of: cilantro, salt, wheat gluten, dough conditioners, guar gum, leavening, calcium propionate
      (to maintain freshness), enzymes.

      Thank you for your interest, please feel free to share any comments or questions!

  2. Simon Foster

    Unlike with other companies naans yours have no serving instructions on the packaging. That might be ok in India but in the US we’d like to know – we weren’t raised on these things, theyre an import. Why no instructions?

    1. Toufayan

      Great suggestion, Simon. Thanks so much for that. We’ll look into redesigning the package – we’d love to hear any recommendations you have for serving suggestions. You can check out our flatbread and naan recipes, but we love to heat them up on a flat iron or large pan with some oil and serve with dips and cheeses. Or, pop them in the toaster oven at 350° for 5-10 minutes and serve them beside meat and vegetable dishes, soups or salads. They also make a great pizza crust.

    1. Toufayan

      Hello Alan and thank you for your interest.
      Typically we work with local distributors to provide our products to restaurants. Please contact a representative directly for more information. Call 800-328-7428 or visit our contact page.

      Feel free to comment here again if you have any other questions.
      Thanks again.

  3. Ashley

    Dear Toufayan,
    I love your pita bread products I was wondering if you might add a Pumpernickel variety to the pita bread family of products you make I would love this very much as I enjoyed tuna fish pita and think would be a great addition to your Pita collection thank you

    1. Toufayan

      Hmm. Yummy suggestions. Now I want Tuna Fish on pumpernickel. I’ll bring it up with the bakers. Can you suggest any other recipes that might use pumpernickel pita?

      Thank you!

    1. Toufayan

      Hello Heather and thanks for your interest.

      Organic Naan

      Ingredients: Organic Wheat Flour, Water, Contains 2% or less of the following: Organic Yeast, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Cultured Wheat Flour, Salt, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Organic Sugar, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sunflower Lecithin, Organic Vinegar, Organic Wheat Gluten.

      Thanks again and please feel free to share any comments or questions!

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