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Way Better Snacks and Labor Day

Posted by on Aug 30, 2013 in Way Better Blog | No Comments
Way Better Snacks and Labor Day

Before we start, I offer the following disclaimer: My tastes tend to run sweet rather than salty. What, then, am I doing here at Way Better Snacks? In a word: Kids. My kids specifically, though most fall into this category. They beg for chips. Especially now that they’re school-age and spend time with friends, my… Read more »

Minnesota Monthly

Posted by on Aug 29, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Minnesota Monthly

The magazine that more than 100,000 Minnesotans turn to for the latest lifestyle news welcomes Way Better Snacks headquarters – and sprouted tortilla chips – to Minneapolis. Read more here

Reading Eagle

Posted by on Aug 28, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Reading Eagle

In an article about the health benefits of sprouted grains, the Reading Eagle tells its 48,000 subscribers they can turn to Way Better Snacks as a sprouting specialist for both tasty snacks and more information on the science of sprouting. Read the article here

Oklahoman

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Oklahoman

Looking to satisfy the “salty crunch craving” in a healthier way? Turn to Way Better Snacks Simply Unbeatable Blues, the Oklahoman encourages more than 776,000 subscribers and online readers. Click here to see more

Simplify Your Life

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Way Better Blog | No Comments
Simplify Your Life

Simplify Your Life. Now that most of us are getting into the swing of things with back-to-school, you might find yourself feeling a bit out of sorts, trying to find that delicate balance. I like to think of myself as a patient person, but lately, I’m feeling a bit like FrankenMommy when it comes to… Read more »

Gourmet Retailer

Posted by on Aug 18, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Gourmet Retailer

In another double-wammy, The Gourmet Retailer’s fan base of 20,000 specialty food experts not only saw Way Better Snacks in the 2013 Gluten Free Source Book supplement, but again as Simply So Sweet Chili tortilla chips was named not only a 2013 Editor’s Pick, but “one chip we can’t live without.”

Men’s Journal

Posted by on Aug 15, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Men’s Journal

According to Men’s Journal, sprouted grains may soon take over the supermarket with brands like Way Better Snacks leading the way, and for good reason: there are health advantages behind the products, they explain to more than 100,000 readers. See the article here

Progressive Grocer

Posted by on Aug 10, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Progressive Grocer

Twice as nice for Progressive Grocer’s 55,000 readers: Way Better Snacks Simply So Sweet Chili tortilla chips was “the hands-down favorite” among testers in the 2013 Editors’ Picks, and Oh, My Sweet Punkin Cranberry tortilla chips was featured along with an interview with Way Better Founder/CEO Jim Breen in an article about seasonal snacks.

Last Moments of Summer

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 in Way Better Blog | No Comments
Last Moments of Summer

It’s that time of the year when families start scrambling to get ready. Kids need to be signed up for sports, supplies need to be purchased, and you can’t forget to sign up for the carpool schedule. Yes, I’m talking about back-to-school. If you’re anything like me, as the school years gets closer, you might… Read more »

Blowing up the Blogosphere

Posted by on Aug 7, 2013 in Hot News | No Comments
Blowing up the Blogosphere

Way Better Snacks simply sprouted tortilla chips earned the spotlight as a better snacking solution in more than a dozen blogs reaching 575,000 consumers across the US and Canada this month, including glowing reviews on go-to natural parenting sites Natural Mama and One Smiley Monkey.

I Blog for a Better Way

Posted by on Aug 2, 2013 in Way Better Blog | No Comments
I Blog for a Better Way

It occurred to me at the ripe old age of 28 that I needed to “get my life together.” Not yet finished with college, a six-month old baby to make our family a trio, and a level of health that left a lot to be desired, I realized there needed to be some change.  Now,… Read more »

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