• 10 Healthy Snacks You Can Keep in Your Desk Drawer


    February 3, 2016 –“Crispy Green makes pre-portioned servings of seven varieties of freeze-dried fruit and is an excellent snack when you’re on the move, says Pappas.”

    Click here to view the full article on WomensHealthMag.com!

  • Crispy Fruit Featured on FOX 46 Charlotte!

    Crispy Fruit was featured on FOX 46 Charlotte this December as a great last-minute gift just in time for the holidays. Alexa Curtis, blogger of Life in the Fashion Lane, said that Crispy Fruit makes for a great stocking stuffer and is easy to find in major grocery stores such as Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods and on the internet.


    Click here to view the full clip!

  • Supermarket Guru: Crispy Green Crispy Fruit Asian Pear is a HIT

    Satisfying with a soft crunch.

    December 9, 2015 – These freeze dried snacks are satisfying, have a soft crunch and nothing is added. Just naturally occurring sugars from the fruit. There is a light pear flavor, not as much as I’d like. One bag is forty satisfying calories with 7 grams of naturally occurring sugars. Gluten Free, of course. Imported from China.

    Click here to see Phil Lempert’s full review on the Supermarket Guru!

  • Power Your Lunchbox Program Gets Over 10,000 Pledges to Support Hungry Families

    The 2015 Power Your Lunchbox Pledge by Produce for Kids
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    This year, our team at Crispy Green became a proud sponsor of the annual Power Your Lunchbox program by Produce for Kids. The campaign ran right in the heart of the back to school season – from August 3rd to September 18th of this year – and promoted the importance of packing healthy, balanced school lunches. Over 10,000 parents, families and classrooms took the pledge to pack a healthier lunch over the course of the campaign at poweryourlunchbox.com.

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  • Be ‘Pro-Pack-Tive’ and Send a Healthful Lunch


    Lunch is important to power kids through their school day, explains Dr. Kurt Hong of the Center for Human Nutrition and director of Huntington Medical Foundation.

    He recommends combining complex carbohydrates with lean protein — nonfat yogurt and granola, a lean turkey sandwich on whole grain bread, low-fat cottage cheese with fruits and vegetables — for a concentrated, long-lasting source of energy (consider Crispy Fruit from Crispy Green when fresh fruit is not available or a convenient option).

    Click here to see the full article on the Philadelphia Tribune!