Gardenbar presents a wholesome blend of veggies, whole grains, legumes, seeds, nuts and spices that will satisfy your exotic cuisine cravings, says the company. Five delicious flavors include Japanese, Mexican, Indian, Italian and American. Each one is vegan, soy-free, gluten-free and made with whole foods. Each bar is less than 200 calories per serving and contains six grams of fat.

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All natural, wheat-and gluten-free Lemon Burst Cookies are now on offer from WOW Baking Company. These light, soft baked treats contain a refreshing burst of lemon flavor, according to the company. They are available both as single serve, individually packaged cookies and in bakery tub containers. “These cookies will brighten your day even if the sun decides not to come out and play,” the company says.

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Kay’s Naturals has added to its line of gluten-free foods with Protein Puffs. Says the company, “Protein Puffs follow the same nutritional profile as the rest of our product line, with the added benefit of MORE fiber and MORE protein! MORE fiber!” Available are Almond Delight, Tomato Basil and Veggie Pizza.

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Big Mouth Snack, LLC is introducing its new granola snack, Snackle Mouth, in a unique and colorful packaging. Inside a circus clown-like, widely grinning face, Snackle Mouth comes in three flavors of granola clusters: Almond Berry, Pecan Maple and Peanut Cranberry. All three feature almonds, agave and oat bran and are made on equipment that processes dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and wheat. Additions of blueberries, maple flavor, and salted peanuts give each a different, distinct taste.

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Earth Balance’s Organic Coconut Spread is a multi-functional substitution for butter. In addition to being eaten as a topping, Earth Balance encourages consumers to cook, bake, fry and sauté with their spread to enrich foods with the taste and health benefits of coconut. Earth Balance promises “something that’s richer, smoother, and creamier than you ever thought possible.”

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The Flavrz Beverage Corp. offers all-natural Flavrz enhanced beverages that “give your body what it needs without sacrificing great taste.” These lightly sweetened drink mixes are filled with herbal extracts, minerals and antioxidants and can be added to water. Available are Fruit Punch Energy, Citrus Hibiscus Immunity and Superfruit Sports.

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The Little Duck Organics Tiny Fruits are made of 100% organic fruit and are gluten free, Non-GMO Project verified and certified kosher. Appropriate for kids, the snacks contain no added sugar or preservatives and are a healthy alternative to other snack options. They are available in Apple Banana, Strawberry Mango and Blueberry Apple.
SRP: $3.99

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Kelapo Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is now available in the form of baking sticks. The pre-measured sticks allow customers to bake with this flavorful alternative to butter, says the company, one that is trans-fat free and complements tastes from savory to sweet. Each pack contains two 4-ounce baking sticks, each one of which measures out to ½ cup, or 8 tablespoons. The butter replacement ratio is 1:1, and recipes can be found inside each package.

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Blue Diamond Almonds’ Nut Chips is an all- natural, gluten-free, kosher potato chip alternative, made from almonds and brown rice, that comes in three flavors: Sea Salt, Nacho and Sour Cream & Chive. The chips are baked, not fried, and contain 20g of whole grains per serving. According to Blue Diamond, they “process nearly one-third of the world’s crop of almonds annually,” and want to produce the most “tasty almond products in the world.”

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Bolder Bob’s Foods wants to take your taste buds around the world with its Appetizer Adventures all-natural, vegetarian snacks. Their six flavors are designed around specific regions—Naples, Santa Fe, Tuscany, Athens, Napa Valley and Beijing—with each featuring ingredients like vegetarian chicken and sausage, feta cheese and fire roasted veggies. A two-piece serving contains 210–290 calories, with two servings in every box.

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