Saturday, March 4, 2017

Consumer Critique: Farmer's Pantry Snacks

I love looking for healthy snacks, so I was happy to get to review snacks from Farmer's Pantry.

Farmer's Pantry Cornbread Crisps are made from one of the oldest American food staples - cornbread. They're 100% American grown, sliced thin and toasted to perfection. The original flavor makes a great neutral cracker that tastes good on its own or paired with food. The Jalapeno has a kick, but not too strong, and works well as a savory snack. The honey-butter has just the right amount of sweetness to satisfy a sweet tooth, but much less sugar than dessert. Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps are approximately  $3.99  for 6 oz bags, and under $2.00 for 2 oz bags.
  Farmer's Pantry Meal Snacks are the first snack to combine meat and veggies in one package. They're great for being on the go, hearty meals that you can eat anywhere. This would have been perfect if I had mixed the two parts together first. The meat was a little underflavored, but a good texture. The veggies were a little too salty, but with a good mix of different crunches. When I mixed them together they had the perfect balance.Farmer’s Pantry Meal Snacks have a suggested retail price of $5.99, in a 2.5 oz bags.  
Farmer’s Pantry passion to feed your hunger is for everyone, including the millions of American farmers who are being threatened with extinction. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the number of farms in the United States has fallen from about 6.8 million in 1935 to only about 2 million today.  Besides keeping American Farms busy and profitable, a portion of all Farmer’s Pantry sales is used to give back to keeping American farms healthy, by donating to organizations including Farm Aid, Farmland Trust, Family Farm Charities, Veterans Farm and National Young Farmers.
“Millions of Americans have embraced the snacking lifestyle, eating smaller and more frequent meals,” says Josh Chaitovsky, co-founder and CEO of Farmer’s Pantry. “Our mission is to feed your hunger, while also supporting our incredible American Farmers, who provide us with wholesome, local foods that fuel us with nutritious, delicious vegetables, meats, and fruits.”
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