We know the feeling — the feeling of waltzing down a supermarket aisle to find the protein bar section, but getting too overwhelmed that we just put our protein bar-hunting on the back burner. It's time to revisit that deep-dive into all the different brands and ingredients that are expert-backed to help you up your protein count in a healthy, balanced way.
For every flight over 400 miles, Delta provides all passengers with complimentary snacks. Options include cheddar-flavored Sunchips, organic energy bars from Kate’s Real Food ,and roasted almonds from Nuts.com.
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Woman-founded, organic granola bar company Kate’s Real Food is debuting its gluten-free white chocolate macadamia bar this month. The bars will be available on the company website, Amazon.com and on Delta Air Line flights.
“These bars provide a rich, smooth and nutty flavor that has long been a consumer favorite,” said Michelle McAndrews, director of marketing and e-commerce at Kate’s Real Food.
Inexpensive, mass-produced single-use plastics promised to be more hygienic and to keep food fresher longer, but created its own nightmare: waste that can take as long as 1,000 years to degrade.
Now, numerous food manufacturers are working on eco-friendly packaging – made out of such materials as corn starch, cane sugar pulp and calcium carbonate – to cut down on waste.
As professional snackers, it’s our job to sample as many snacks as we can get our cheese-dusted fingers on — and we take that job very, very seriously. We tasted our way through dozens of bags, boxes, bars, and cans to find the most exciting snacks on shelves right now.
What we love most about these bars is their familiar soft chew that rivals the best homemade energy bars. They’re so good, in fact, that Patty had one on a flight and then saved the wrapper so she could remember the brand. A photo just wouldn’t do this bar justice!