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Vegan food products that taste good

From breakfast to superfood ingredients, the selection of vegan food products is not only growing, the quality and taste of vegan products are also improving. Here are five of our favorite vegan products to put on your vegan shopping list.
From breakfast to superfood ingredients, the selection of vegan food products is not only growing, the quality and taste of vegan products are also improving. Here are five of our favorite vegan products to put on your vegan shopping list.

Funky Monkey Dried Fruit Snacks

Known as the “fruit that crunches”, Funky Monkey dried fruit is a fun and healthy vegan snack to hand to your kids (or sneak into your own lunch bag). Funky Monkey’s unique freeze-drying technique maintains the flavor and nutrients of fresh fruit without the need for preservatives, added sweeteners, and other chemicals. Available in seven fruit varieties including Applemon, MangOJ, and Pink Pineapple. Visit FunkyMonkeySnacks.com for more inforamtion.

Custom Choice Cereal

Have you nixed cereal because of a gluten intolerance? Bring breakfast back to the bowl with your very own customized gluten-free, vegan cereal. Custom Choice lets you choose an organic non-GMO cereal base, such as Good Morning Flakes, made of cornmeal, flax, quinoa and other whole grains, or organic non-GMO corn flakes, then allows you to choose up to 11 tasty mix-ins, such as dried fruit, nuts, or chocolate chips. Then Custom Choice delivers your customized cereal to your door. (Note: The Cinnamon Granola base contains honey.) Visit CustomChoiceCereal.com to place an order.

Sambazon Organic Acai Juice (The Original)

A favorite of Soul Surfer Bethany Hamilton, Sambazon’s pure organic acai juice is sweetened with agave and loaded with antioxidants. A 10-ounce bottle, which contains the juice of 120 acai berries, is a refreshing after workout snack as well as a healthy juice to add to your morning smoothies. Sambazon has a growing variety of other acai berry products, but not all of them are vegan-friendly. Visit Sambazon.com for more information.

Snikiddy Baked All-Natural Fries

A favorite vegan snack for adults and kids alike, Snikiddy Snacks  just added two new  all-vegan flavors — Barbecue and Natural Sea Salt — to the mix of their Snikiddy All-Natural Baked Fries line. These delectably crunchy fries are made with real potatoes and corn, are completely free of trans fats, corn syrup, hydrogenated oils and preservatives, have 50 percent less fat than regular potato chips, and are gluten and wheat free. A tasty, healthy vegan snack to keep on hand when your craving for salty crunch arises. At 130 calories for 35 to 40 fries in each serving, you really can’t go wrong.

Health Warrior Chia Seeds

Remember those iconic chia pets of years ago? Today’s chia popularity isn’t about sprouting chia squirrels (or creepy chia heads), it’s about including the seeds in your diet to reap the health benefits. Not only do these tiny seeds have more omega-3’s than salmon, more fiber than oatmeal, more antioxidants than blueberries, more calcium than milk, and more protein than most legumes, they are super vegan-friendly. And unlike some superfood vegan ingredients, chia seeds are mild in flavor, meaning you can easily sneak them into smoothies, baked goods, salads, and snacks. Health Warrior’s chia seeds come in a 16-ounce bag are vegan certified.

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