NOT A NUT
Allergy sufferers rejoice!
Our staff was blown away by Natural Traditions Roasted Baru Seeds, claiming they taste just like peanuts. $12, organictraditions.com
Tender and tasty, Kalahari Biltong Air Dried Thinly Sliced Beef may end up replacing jerky as your number-one protein-rich nibble. $8, kalaharisnacks.com
LIGHT AS AIR
Put out LesserEvil Organic Popcorn Himalayan Pink Salt for your guests – we
guarantee it’ll be gone faster than you can say, “Pass the bowl.” $4, lesserevil.com
LesserEvil works with New England Compost to blend its popcorn waste into organic garden soil.
Pop a lemon-coconut Bivy Bar from Kate’s Real Food in your knapsack or laptop bag for sustainable, clean fuel to get you through your next hike
or budget meeting. $2.50, katesrealfood.com
Another CE fave, Setton Farms Jalapeño Seasoned Pistachio Kernels were a hot commodity in our offices. (Testers even admitted
to hiding them from their significant others.)
As part of its commitment to sustainability, Setton Farms reuses its pistachio shells
to create road beds.
GET IN YOUR VEGGIES
Pre-portioned packs of POSHI Freshly Steamed & Marinated Artichokes may seem like a strange snack, but we promise you’ll be a believer from your first tangy bite. $2, poshi.com
Though most of our snack selections lean to the savory side, Made In Nature Toasted Cinnamon Coconut Chips impressed with its combination of crunchiness and sweetness. $5, madeinnature.com
A different take on plain ol’ granola, Supernola Triple Berry Vanilla Clusters are
a deliciously poppable way to satisfy all of your
mid-afternoon snack attacks.
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