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Shanan Kelley
By Shanan Kelley

Brand Ambassador

In the COVID-19 travel landscape, finding healthy snacks has become an even bigger challenge. Not only do our snacks need to be healthy, tasty, and easy to pack, they also need to be hands-free to avoid spreading germs. Here are our favorite snacks that are hitting all the marks:

Nature’s Bakery Organic Fig Bars

These delicious and satisfying snacks are more than the run-of-the-mill fig bars you remember from childhood. With multiple flavor options, organic, gluten-free, and vegan ingredients, these are a great choice for a sweet tooth. To explore the variety of products offered and for 10% off your first online order click here. Nature’s Bakery products are also available at most grocery outlets.

Gather Nuts

While traditional seasoned and flavored nuts and seeds can be filled with sneaky, not-so-healthy ingredients, Gather Nuts use only organic, non-GMO, and plant-based ingredients. With high-protein options like their “Cheez-y” Almonds that contain energy-boosting B vitamins and high levels of magnesium, these treats pack a punch. Bonus, their unique 24-hour soaking process makes these delicious nuts and seeds easier on digestion, ensuring maximum nutrient absorption. Get 10% off your first online purchase here.

Moon Juice Moon Dust Sachets

These convenient, individually packaged single-portion herbal adaptogen blends are the easiest way to boost your steamed milk or coffee while on the road. With a range of formulas promoting everything from sleep to hormonal balance to sustained energy, these tiny allies pack a punch. Purchase “The Full Moon,” a collection of 2 packets of each formula here for $35.

Epic Provisions Bars

Epic products are “inspired by the simple yet powerful” diets that fueled our ancestors but with modern-day convenience and flavors in mind. The company offers a variety of flavors and keto and Whole 30 approved bars that are easy to take anywhere, making animal-based protein travel friendly. Bonus, the company is incredibly involved in their supply chain, so you know you are getting an excellent product. Receive free shipping on orders over $50 here.

Stonyfield Organic Yogurt Tubes and Smoothie Pouches

Stonyfield Organic Yogurt Tubes and Smoothie Pouches come in a variety of tasty flavors and TSA-approved 2oz and 3.2oz sizes that are portable and hands-free to consume. For longer flights, freeze the yogurt tubes overnight so they stay chilled until you are ready to enjoy. Don’t be turned off by the designation of “Kids” on their packaging: the gluten-free, kosher, pasture-raised ingredients plus added benefits of probiotics ease travel-related digestive distress for travelers of all ages. To find a Stonyfield Organic retailer near you, click here


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