Sunday, March 11, 2012

Way Better Snacks Review

Recently found out about these great tasting gluten free snacks, and was sent some samples to try out.

The come in a variety of flavors

Simply Sunny Multigrain
Simply Sweeet Potato
Simply Beyond Black Bean
Simply Unbeatable Blues
No Salt Naked Blues
Simply So Sweet Chili

These are made with corn and no GMO

My favorites are the sweet chili and the multigrain.  The sweet chili hasjust the right amount of spice for me, and the multigrain is a great chip alone or to dip in some salsa.

They use sprouting ingredients including broccoli seeds, daikon radish seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds and quinoa, these are all organic ingredients.

Our Story

It all started with a simple vision to create a better snack. We wondered, wouldn’t it be great to go back to a time when the food we ate was actually nutritious and good for you. You know, before decades of environmental harm and mega food conglomerate processing wiped out most of the nutrients which used to be abundant in the food your grandparents ate. To make products you could feel good about eating again and sharing with others. Well, with that in mind, we decided to do just that. And we were led to the miracle of germination (you might know it as sprouting). Now we know that nutritionists and naturalists have been touting the incredible nutritional benefits of sprouting for years. And we knew how sprouting unlocked all the “good” that is inherent in all grains, seed and beans and brings them back to life (nutritionally speaking). So we thought, why then couldn’t we combine the powerful benefits of sprouting to a great tasting snack? You know sort of like those old TV commercials with that guy and girl tripping into each other with their chocolate and peanut butter. Anyway, you get the picture.

So, supported by the memories of simpler days gone by, we began to craft our products. And after many tries, we can say we’re proud to share Way Better Snacks with you. All are high in omega 3’s, antioxidants and other vital nutrients, and all are low in sodium and saturated fat. Way Better Snacks! They pretty much named themselves.

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