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  • Late July is dedicated to making delicious organic, NON-GMO snacks! It’s our mission to ensure that future generations of families always have access to delicious food free from GMOs, toxic persistent pesticides and antibiotics. Founded in 2003 by Nicole Bernard Dawes & her late father Steve Bernard, we're excited to be celebrating our 11th anniversary in 2014!

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September 14, 2009


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Katie Reed

I ADORE your dark chocolate cookies & your mini peanut butter crackers, they are both staples in my weight gain mission! Such wonderful, healthy and incredibly tasty cookies and crackers have made the process so much easier for me -- and have helped me to realize that along with being necessary to live and nourish my body, food is to be enjoyed!

I'm having the most difficult time finding your milk chocolate & white chocolate (these sound AMAZING, by the way) anywhere around me -- I live in Canton, Ohio.


My favorite thing to pack is a tiny bento box, with many different snacks and treats, like fruit kabobs, and when they're arranged in happy faces or little animals, what's not to love? Cut up cheese in animal shapes, serve it with crackers and bean sprouts for an edible zoo!

Food Makes Fun Fuel

For a dessert, you can slip them a "yogurt sundae". Put in a vanilla stoneyfield yogurt along with some organic chocolate chips and gummy bears for them to add as a topping.

I used to love dipping celery, carrots, and broccoli, into salsa or some gingery dressings


I do the same thing that my mother did for me...I pack hot soup/stew,
leftovers, even oatmeal in a small thermos for my daughter during the
chilly months. I put it in piping hot, and by lunchtime, it's perfect
for eating. She loves it. In the morning, I always make sure to give
her a choice -- this or that and a special tr...eat. Usually an organic
granola bar or some organic fruit. And since she loves milk, I always
make sure to pack those little Organic Valley single serves.

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