Waiting for Winter

The days are getting shorter, bike shops have changed over to ski and snowboard shops, and your new season pass sits patiently on your dresser. Winter’s close, but throwing on

About a third of all new food products launched in 2008 claimed to be “natural”, not certified but natural. Do you know the difference? Natural unfortunately doesn’t reveal if pesticides,

The wasna. Sounds like the state after amrita (ahem-yogic bliss) right? Well, somewhere above 10,000 feet, the right bar might be exactly that, enlightenment and sustenance right from mouth to belly,

Three pounds of peanut butter per person, per year is consumed in America. If we did a little free association, what would come to mind? Lunchbox treat? Toast topper? How

Growing any company means constant change, and for Kate’s this has been especially evident in the progression of our packaging. What follows is a little photo journey demonstrating this development

Sales Manager Natural Foods Industry Kate’s Real Food, a “real food” energy bar company, is looking for an experienced sales manager. The ideal candidate will be working closely with brokers,

At Kate’s we love folks out there who share our multiple passions. Fitzgerald’s Bicycles, local to our neighborhood in Victor, Idaho, exemplifies our passion for real play.  Real play is a critical component to

When you think of Halloween, what comes to mind? Are you thinking of a favorite costume that triggers some nostalgia? Perhaps you envision pumpkin carving and black cats, autumn leaves and

Author:     Jenn Rein Photos by Abby Dell Photography As a resident of Teton Valley, Idaho for going on ten years, I’ve had Kate’s Real Food in my peripheral