In 2017 not only should adults think about eating healthy for lunch how about a healthy lunch plan for kids as well? Crispy Green (the #1 freeze-dried fruit retail brand) wants to help. That’s why they’ve joined forces again with Produce for Kids to help promote their Power Your Lunchbox program in the New Year. Moms and dads and anyone who packs a lunch have a place to go to get some healthy lunch ideas from a community of dietitians, healthy eating experts, and other moms and dads just like you. And, when you take the Power Your Lunchbox Pledge, you’ll also help feed families in need. (In 2016, almost 240,000 meals were provided through Feeding America.)
I was sent a Crispy Fruit variety pack which contained 8 apples, 4 mangoes, and 4 pineapples along with a lunch bag. These are very easy to throw in your purse or bag and out the door, you go and open for a crunchy fruit snack that is also good for you.
Crispy Fruit freeze-dried fruit snacks come in seven exciting flavors apple, Asian pear, banana, cantaloupe, mango, pineapple, and tangerine. All Crispy Fruit flavors are available in a convenient "Grab & Go" 6-pack with six single-serving bags (MSRP: $7.99) or individual, single-serving bags (MSRP: $1.49 each) that provide approximately one serving of fruit and 55 calories or less per bag.
Crispy Fruit is available online and in retailers such as The Fresh Market, Harris Teeter, ShopRite, Giant Eagle Market District, Earth Fare, Giant Food Stores, King Kullen, Safeway, Weis Markets, Shaw’s Markets and selected Whole Foods Markets. For more information, please visit www.crispygreen.com. To find a retailer in your area that carries Crispy Fruit, go to www.crispygreen.com/where-to-buy.html.
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