Our “Natural Break” GoPicnic box had 12g of dietary fiber
|GoPicnic’s boxed meals are dedicated to the proposition that people on the go can have tasty and much better-for-you snack and light meal options than are available at most delis, snack stands, and certainly, fast food counters. Select from more than 20 choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks; there are options for vegetarian, gluten free, kosher and halal diets. No refrigeration is required. (And you can customize your own boxes if you’re with a group that can meet the minimum order.)
GoPicnic has packaged some of our favorite brands into the snack and meal boxes, including Top Picks Of The Week like Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips, Mary’s Gone Crackers and Sheffa Snacks, favorites like Salba Smart tortilla chips, Mrs. May’s Nut Crunches and Larabar, plus delicious new finds like Mariani Ultimate Apricots.
There are sweets in every box, too, but they’re guilt-free—either because they’re sensibly small, allergen free or otherwise “not junk food.” All the products are made with natural ingredients, no trans fats, no high fructose corn syrup, no added MSG.
|Each box contains a nutritious meal. Mom would approve; in fact, moms call these products “healthy lunchables.” There’s also a series for kids called Mighty Munch Meals, which fit 35-10-35 nutritional guidelines (35% or less of the calories in the meal are from fat, 10% or less from saturated fat and 35% or less of the total weight is from sugar).
And GoPicnic boxes are fun! Each colorful box contains six to seven tasty food items—many organic and lower fat—plus utensils, a red gingham paper napkin (for the “picnic” effect), utensils, a jumbo after-meal mint and a lemon scented Moist Wipe. You may not be headed to a picnic in the park, but you might be on a long car trip or field trip, an airline flight, a business meeting or a sports stadium. Or maybe you just work long hours and are always grabbing for the wrong snacks. If you belong to any of these groups, click on over to GoPicnic.com and take a look at the “menu.”
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