Alexia Side Dishes
The bummer about frozen vegetables is that once you reheat them, they’re still just…vegetables. The folks at Alexia had the brilliant idea to season their green beans, corn, peas and sweet potatoes with a mix of herbs and spices that make them plate ready the moment they leave the microwave.
Pacific Foods Organic Steel Cut Oats
Most packaged oatmeal is a festival of sugar disguised as wholesome food. But Pacific Foods makes it easy to figure out a healthy breakfast even if the coffee hasn’t kicked in yet. Each serving packs a solid helping of protein and fiber, and even the most decadent of the line’s 5 flavors, Maple & Brown Sugar, still comes in at just 11 grams of sugar. The grab-and-go package makes it easy to toss in your bag and heat up quickly at the office.
Food Should Taste Good, Real Good Bar
Making at run at KIND Bar, here comes Food Should Taste Good with its new line of gluten-free, soy-free Real Good Bars, with interesting ingredients like diced mango, macadamia nuts, dark chocolate and pumpkin seeds. The product launches in club and convenience stores nationwide this year.
MorningStar Farms Spicy Indian Veggie Burger
Vegan, organic, and Non-GMO Project Verified, if this product got any closer to the earth, you’d be able to plant a tree in it. Made with red lentils, chickpeas and carrots, it packs a plant-protein punch and enough spice to wake up your drowsy taste buds.
Mamma Chia Organic Chia Vitality Granola Clusters
With 10 grams of protein, 5 grams of fiber, and a whopping 1500 mg of omega-3 fatty acids (about what you’d get from an order of salmon), this is a great go-to granola that will help keep your arteries clear and your brain fired up. Available at select retailers, including Target.
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