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Jul 8, 2011

Peeled Snacks Review

I'm always looking for a yummy and healthy snack to eat, but unfortunately usually the two don't go together. I do like fruit, but many times I'll buy a ton of one fruit and then it will go bad before I can eat it all. I like dried fruit, but it often comes with added sugar...something I really don't need extra of!

Peeled Snacks are dried fruit made from organic fruits with no added sugar, preservatives or dyes. Their goal is to make you feel good about snacking and strive to use only the highest quality organic ingredients in their products. Their dried fruit is bursting with flavor and provides a great source of vitamins and fiber.

My Take:
Super yummy!! I really love dried fruit, and these snacks were delicious. I tried their Farmer's Market Trio, Paradise Found, Apple-2-the-Core, and Much-Ado-About Mango.

My favorite was their Paradise Found mix of organic mango, pineapple and banana, but I also enjoyed the Farmer's Market Trio of organic raisins, apples, and cherries. The only issue I had with that combo was that I couldn't tell the raisins from the cherries, but it was very tasty in any case.

The quality of the fruit was apparent in its taste. All of the varieties I tried were delicious, and I would definitely eat them again.

Cost: You can buy a package of 12 resealable pouches for $39.99.

Overall: We give Peeled Snacks a 9/10!

We were sent a four resealable pouches of Peeled Snacks free of charge for the sole purpose of this review; no other compensation was received. All opinions expressed are my own.

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Alissabeth said...

Yum! These sound good.

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