Actress Gal Gadot is launching Goodles, positioned as a healthier version of the classic packaged mac and cheese, boasting 14 grams of protein, six grams of fiber and 21 nutrients from organic
vegetables. Four versions are available now D2C at the company's website and are set to retail in grocery stores in early to mid-2022. It's the first product from Gooder Foods, which the "Wonder
Woman" star co-founded with Jennifer Zeszut, the former CEO of healthy baby food brand Cerebelly.
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