August 25, 2011
Vacation Series - Peeled Snacks
Their fruit is organic, grown on North American farms
Natural source of fiber, vitamins and minerals
Gluten, dairy, and wheat free
No added sugar, oils, artificial sweeteners, flavors, sulfates or colors
Peeled Snacks offers healthy, but sweet snacking options that adults and kids will both enjoy. I was sent some dried fruit snacks to try from Peeled Snacks, and really enjoyed the apples and dried cherries. I actually like dried cherries better than fresh cherries, because they are sweet, tart and chewy - a nice alternative to fruit snacks/gummies. I also really enjoyed the apples. I love apples in any variety. The only downfall is that some of the fruit has a sour smell. I couldn't get past the smell of the dried bananas to eat the entire bag, but this was the exception. I enjoyed the other varieties.
disclaimer: samples received for this review, but this is my opinion and no one else's
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