Adventure is calling and that calls for some serious snacks to keep your summer road trip rolling. While you’re noshing with the wind in your hair, you’l know your choices have helped make a difference. After all, for every box sold we donate money to fight hunger. So crank up those tunes and hit the open road!
Popcorn by 479º
Turn those long hours on the highway into a party with a classic snack, jacked up with scrumptious seasonings and absolutely no GMOs.
Cheddar popcorn is my favorite, but this asiago, parmesan and cheddar popcorn may be taking over! So good.
Apple Hard Candy by GoOrganic
Is candy really such an indulgence when it’s this organic? Go ahead, have another – these bite-sized bits of apple-y goodness won’t judge you.
Wasnt really a fan of these, they had a bit of an after taste.
Peanut Butter by Wild Friends
No matter what flavor, peanut butter goes with everything. Here it’s an even more perfect match for your road trip pick-me-up with zero trans fat.
Mom tried this one because it was coconut and I am not a fan. She was, though!
Roasted broad beans by Enlightened
Trust us. Five minutes into your trip you’ll realize these crunchy broad beans are the snack you never knew you needed.
Mom tried these too. She said they were delicious though she didn’t know what a broad bean was and that the wasabi was strong.
Popped Salted Caramel Kind Healthy Grains Bar
The ultimate grab and go road trip snack, each Popped Salted Caramel bar is packed with 20g of whole grains to make every mile count.
This was really good, I have a road trip coming up next month and I may have to stock up on some of these! I am usually not a fan of these bars because they have no flavor – but this one was absolutely delicious.
Rosemary Croccatini by La Panzanella
No matter your actual road trip destination, these light, perfectly seasons crisps will have you feeling just a little bit closer to italy.
Really enjoyed these crackers/crisps though they were VERY messy so keep that in mind if you’re taking them on the road
Lemon Rooibos Iced Herbal Tea by Stash
Forget that extra-large soda, simply pour one of these sticks into bottled water for a light, refreshing thirst quencher. No brewing required!
This smelled really good, but I found that the taste was rather weak. I poured it in a glass of water vs a bottle of water but I’m not sure that should have made a difference!
Never had pie on a road trip? Taste what you’ve been missing with this naturally sweet and energizing treat that will keep the good times rolling.
Our pie was fig and walnut. Since my Mom is the fig fan in the family she got to try this one as well. She said it was good, but she didn’t taste any walnut.