Celebrate Earth Week with Upcycled and Sustainable Snacks

Celebrate Earth Week with Upcycled and Sustainable Snacks

Apr 20, 2021Lia Ballentine

In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd, I’m excited to highlight a collection of upcycled and sustainable snacks from female- and BIPOC-founded companies and mission-driven brands. In this special curated box, you’ll find chips, bars, cookies, crackers, puffs, and fruits. Oh my!

These snacks are good for you and good for the planet, so check out the Earth Day snack box now in the shop. (Quantities are limited!) #snackforgood

What’s in the box?

  • Pulp Pantry’s Pulp Chips made with upcycled veggies rescued from commercial juiceries

  • Real Food Bar plant-based protein bars made with upcycled fruits and veggies

  • ReGrained Supergrain puffs that use spent grain from breweries (you can eat your beer!)

  • 12 Tides puffed kelp chips with ingredients sourced from regenerative ocean farms

  • Pipcorn crackers created using the extra finely ground heirloom corn flour from their cheese ball production

  • Renewal Mill cookies made with upcycled okara flour

  • The Ugly Company’s dried fruit snacks made from imperfect fruits

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