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7 Time-Saving Snacks (That You Don't Have to Make!)

September 05, 2018 1 Comment

7 Time-Saving Snacks (That You Don't Have to Make!)

As the Summer draws to an end and the Fall begins, new changes to our daily routines have us busier than ever. Whether you are headed back to school, work, or just trying to soak up as much of the cooler weather as possible, we've got snacks that will keep you satiated and save you time. Here's a list of some of our favorites:

Wildway Granola Snack Packs

Our favorite granola in a convenient, single-serve snack pack. It's perfect parts energy and sweetness (plus portion control). Snag a 12-pack of your favorite flavor or a variety pack of all 4.

Noka Superfood Smoothies

These organic protein smoothies come in a squeeze pack that's perfect for on-the-go. But our favorite part? No. refrigeration. needed. It's an obvious add to our bag as we head out the door.

Thunderbird Bars

These bars check all the boxes - paleo, gluten-free, vegan - check, check, and check. They have fun flavors with some unique combinations that will make your tummy and your taste buds happy.

The New Primal Meat Sticks

If you're craving something a little more on the savory side, The New Primal meat sticks do not disappoint. We love their sampler pack that gets you 2 of every flavor so you can choose to your mood each and every time.

Emmy's Coconut Cookies

Any time we can enjoy a cookie and not feel guilty about it, we are IN. The 3-pack is the perfect amount to satisfy a sweet tooth and tide you over until the next meal.

Simple Mills Crackers

When you are craving something salty, Simple Mills offers the perfect chip alternative to satisfy the itch. These crackers are made with almond flour, so they'll also keep you full longer than that potato chip will.

Wild Friends Cashew Super Butter

Individual squeeze packs of nut butter are one of life's greatest inventions and these cashew butter packs definitely live up to they hype. Plus, any time we can support another "wild" brand, we are all over it.


There you have it. 7 super simple snacks you can throw in your bag to accompany your next wild adventure.

1 Response

Mike Attanasio
Mike Attanasio

September 16, 2018

This appears to be another great product so with that in mind thank you. Out of curiosity, how long is/are these good for shelf wise. I ask as I am trying to have a small stockpile just in case of emergencies but those I purchase from have a 25 year shelf life and those companies offer a free sample for the countless like me that would rather try a sample prior to making a commitment for a larger order.

Kindly let me know if these products have an extended shelf life and if you offer a smaller size free sample. If not, consider Googling all of those freeze dried food companies as in all fairness, in my opinion, they will be your biggest competitor.

Either way I thank you for your time and wish you and yours all the best and nothing but success.

Mike ATtanasio.

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