|Your New Year’s resolution may be to eat healthier. But what do you do if you have a natural sweet tooth—or an addiction to chips?
Try Bare Fruit. The crispy and crunchy apple chips and chewy pears hit the spot. And every serving counts toward the “5 to 9 a day” of fruits and vegetable servings recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (In fact, dried fruit is the CDC’s fruit of the month for January.)
Even if your idea of a good time is not sinking your teeth into an apple or a pear, you may enjoy the fruit in its chip form. There are three options for apple chips: sweet Fuji apple chips, plain or with cinnamon, and tart Granny Smith apple chips. In addition to the pear slices, there are sweet but higher-calorie mango strips and dried cherries.
Bare Fruit products are gluten free and have no added sugar. Kids love ’em too. They’re certified USDA organic and kosher.
Sweet, low-calorie apple chips are as satisfying
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