Find The Perfect Snacks for Your Craving

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Sometimes you get a hankering for something sweet or savory or even a little spicy, and your taste buds won’t be happy until you find the right snacks to satisfy your craving. Here are a few of our favorite snacks that are ideal for each mood:

Slightly Spicy

Ginger Snaps

You loved crisp, sweet and slightly spicy ginger snaps when you were a kid, and they are just as good as you remember. Our cookies are made with real ginger and molasses, so they have the perfect amount of sweetness with just a little kick. Pair a few ginger snaps with a mug of tea or hot cocoa to warm you up on a chilly day.

Sweet

S’mores Trail Mix

Everyone loves s’mores, but sometimes you don’t have a campfire and all the ingredients ready to make your own. Our s’mores trail mix gives you all of the flavor of s’mores without any of the mess, combining milk chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers in a tasty and portable blend.

Savory

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds aren’t just for Halloween anymore. We offer a wide variety of in-shell seeds and pepitas (shelled seeds) that are great for snacking on the go, sprinkling in salads or serving at a party. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Roasted & Salted Pumpkin Seeds: Traditionalists love these freshly roasted pumpkin seeds, each lightly salted and ready to be devoured. Bring a bag to the ballpark or on a road trip for your snacking pleasure.
  • Organic Pepitas: These shelled raw pepitas are certified organic and high in protein, iron and phosphorous. They are delicious plain by the handful or salted and sprinkled in your favorite salads and side dishes.
  • Cilantro-Lime Pistachios & Pepitas: This blend of pistachios and shelled pumpkin seeds is sure to wake up your senses with flavors of fresh cilantro, tart lime, spicy jalapeno and a custom blend of spices.

What is your favorite sweet, spicy or savory snack?

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