The Naked Edge: Wholesomely Exposed Snacks

I have been meaning to share some info on a whole-food snack company: The Naked Edge. If you have been around these parts for awhile, you know I get the 365 Everyday Value fruit strips at Whole Foods Market, almost every time I go. I also have featured a few recipes to make fruit leather at home, including this one! So it is no surprise I was drawn to the fruit and veggie options from The Naked Edge.

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The flavors I tried last year were a little bit different from what is for sale today. But very similar! What makes them stand out is that the fruit leather they feature are soy free, dairy free, gluten free, and vegan. They hit the spot when you have a craving for something healthy and what they offer is chewy, fruity and veggie packed flat fruit strips. And best of all, you can bring them anywhere- keep them in your car, purse, desk, kitchen, or wherever you store your snacks. They are low calorie, no fat, and usually no WW PP either.

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For sale now?  Carrot Ginger Veggie-Go’s, Cinnamon Spiced Beet Veggie-Go’s, Mountain Berry Spinach Veggie-Go’s, and Sweet Potato Pie Veggie-Go’s. They are available online but also you can check out their website http://www.nakededgesnacks.com/wheretobuy.html to find spots close to you.

I personally am a big berry person, so here’s my fave. It has vitamins and antioxidants and only 17 calories! I just love when you look at the ingredients and know what absolutely everything is! In this one, the ingredients are organic apples, spinach, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and sweet potatoes.

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Q: Have you tried them or seen them in stores yet?

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