That’s why, when I had the chance to try the organic trail mix that Lucky Vitamin sells, I jumped at the chance.
I was not disappointed! The Trail Mix was packed with just the right amount of nuts, seeds and raisins, including hulled sunflower seeds, shelled pumpkin seeds, cashews, and almonds – all organic.
A handful gave me a great burst of energy, but satisfied all my cravings for a little salt, a little sweet, and a little crunch, too.
At less than $5.00/bag, this seemed like a good deal to me. The bag re-seals so I can take it in my purse or in a bag to the beach and not worry about it spilling. And because it packs some nice protein, I don’t have to eat a lot of it to satisfy my hunger and pep me up.
In addition to trying the Trail Mix, I tried the raw cashews and the dark chocolate covered almonds. What I liked about the almonds was that the chocolate wasn’t grainy or cloying, just very satisfying. The raw cashews can be eaten as is, or toasted and munched on or tossed into yogurt or chopped up and eaten with fresh fruit.
In addition to snacks, Lucky Vitamin sells many other organic products, like apple cider vinegar, shake and meal replacements, skin lotions and serums, and honey. But I’m going to stick with the organic trail mix. There’s lots of trail mix brands available, but not many that are organic.
Thanks, Lucky Vitamin, for making this available!
NOTE: I received free samples of the trail mix, almonds, and cashews, but if I’d hated them, you’d know about it. Samples allows us to try many products so we can give you our best guidance and reviews. Our editorial opinions remain our own.