• The Bump included Mickey Shaped Veggie Chips in a roundup of stocking stuffers for kids. It says: “One of our stocking stuffer ideas that both parents and kids will love. It’s salty, it’s crunchy, it’s colorful and it’s shaped like Mickey! No need to tell your kids that it’s made from spinach, green peppers, beets and tomatoes. Plus: The snack contains no artificial colors or trans fat, and it’s peanut- and tree-nut-free.”
  • Women's RunningT82; included Veggie Pretzels in its weekly “5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week” column. It states: “Since October is National Pretzel Month, it’s only right to taste test as many pretzels as possible from October 1 through 30 (at which point we swap the pretzels for candy corn–it is Halloween, after all). Good Health®’s Veggie Pretzels were one of our favorite kinds. Dusted with Himalayan sea salt and created by mixing dehydrated vegetables (like tomato, green and red bell pepper, carrot, spinach and more) with wheat flour.”
  • Game On Mom included Eat Your Vegetables® in a blog post on non-GMO after school snacks. It says: “I recently discovered that Good Health® has lots of other options, and believe it or not, they’re even better. Their Eat Your Vegetables® Chips come in 5 different flavors, and each contains a blend of 8 amazing veggies, including carrots, sweet potatoes, kale, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, beets, and shiitake mushrooms.”
  • The Gourmet Retailer® published a story on Good Health® Veggie Pretzels as a winner of its 2017 Editor’s Picks Awards. It states: “Good Health® Veggie Pretzels are crunchy, crave-worthy snacks that make it easy to make better choices. The Veggie Pretzels are crafted with bamboo plant fiber and sprinkled with Himalayan salt, and the proprietary Extra Goodness™! blend was born to create a snack with the same vitamins found in vegetables, while crafting a well-balanced blend that helped meet recommended daily vegetables servings.”
  • VegNews included Good Health® Veggie Straws in a roundup of vegan snacks that can be purchased at gas stations.
  • Progressive Grocer published the winners of its Editor’s Pick Awards, including Veggie Pretzels, in its September 2017 print issue. It states: “Our tasters have tried many veggie chips – some they liked, and some they didn’t. Veggie pretzels were new to them, however, which made them all the more intriguing. Turns out they were delicious and nutritious.”
  • Life & Style Magazine included Avocado Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips in a feature on “Celeb-Worthy Swag.” It states: “Guilt-free snacking? Sign us up! Good Health®’s Avocado Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips (99 cents/1 oz. bag) deliver a satisfying crunch sans gluten, hydrogenated oils or trans fats. Addictive varieties include Barbecue, Sea Salt and Lime Ranch.”
  • Natural Products Insider® published a gallery of salty snacks finalists for the SupplySide West Editor’s Choice Award, including Eat Your Vegetables®.
  • Lyra Mag included Good Health® Avocado Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips in a blog post focused on single-serve snacks for lunchbox season.
  • ABC Syracuse included Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas, Gluten Free Pretzels and the Avocado Oil Kettle-Style Potato Chips in a segment on Celiac Awareness Month with Registered Dietitian Kelly Springer.
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  • Food Business News® and Baking Business® published a feature story on Good Health®
  • Healthy Grocery Girl® YouTube included Good Health®’s Sea Salt Avocado Oil Kettle-Style Potato Chips in a video focused on avocado snacks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr3uqVH_K7A
  • MomStart included Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas in a roundup of gluten-free camping snacks.
  • Mama Instincts served Good Health®’s Mickey Shaped Veggie Chips and Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas at her Disney Kids Play Date, and included them in a blog post about the event. The blog post was also shared in a Facebook post (6,124 page likes) and Instagram post (2,338 followers)
  • MomStart published a blog post about Good Health®’s Gluten Free and Veggie Pretzels after receiving the snacks as part of the Summer Blogger/Influencer Campaign. The post focuses on the taste of the pretzels, their ingredients and how they are a convenient and healthy snack to take on a “crazy adventure this summer.”
  • Chicago Health included Good Health®’s Veggie Stix® in a roundup of product trends at Sweets & Snacks Expo.
  • Cheat Sheet® included Good Health®’s Avocado Oil and Olive Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips in a roundup of the healthiest chips you can eat.
  • Today’s Dietitian included Eat Your Vegetables® in its July 2017 print issue. The feature states: “The chips are made with a blend of eight vegetables: carrots, sweet potatoes, kale, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, beets, and shiitake mushrooms.”
  • BestProducts.com included Good Health®’s Mickey Shaped Veggie Chips in a round-up of back to school snacks for kids. The piece states: “Made with tomatoes, spinach, beets, broccoli, and carrots, these Disney-inspired chips are crunchy, colorful, and packaged with essential vitamins and minerals.”
  • Lancaster Online included Good Health® in a story surrounding Summer Fancy Food Show. The article states: “Good Health® Snacks, … won a Sofi™ Award — the prizes given to the best new foods at the show in various categories — for its sea salt gluten-free pretzels.”
  • The Spruce included Good Health® Half Naked® Popcorn in a round-up of on the go summer snacks. The round-up states: “There is no snack my family craves more than popcorn, and while I often pop it myself, I also love a good bag of it (especially for car rides!). The Half Naked® Popcorn has 26 grams of whole grains per serving, between 24 and 37 calories per cup, and you can basically munch away for a long time in a guilt free fashion. We liked the Hint of Olive Oil, Hint of Sea Salt and the tangy Wild Buffalo Blue. Non-GMO, gluten-free.”
  • The Spruce included Mickey-Shaped Veggie Chips, Veggie Straws and Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels in a roundup of healthy back-to-school snacks.
  • Hello Glow included Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas in a roundup of healthy summer BBQ snacks. The post states: “Good Health® Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortilla Chips are the perfect dipping vehicle for salsa and guac, and are loaded with the same vitamins and nutrition found in veggies like broccoli and carrots.”
  • Specialty Food Magazine™ announced the winners of the sofi™ Awards in the Summer 2017 print edition, and included Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas and Gluten Free Pretzels as the Gold and Bronze winners in the Gluten Free Product category.
  • Reader’s Digest included Good Health in a roundup of nutritionist approved road trip snacks. In a section on “better-for-you chips,” the article states: “Another tasty option is the Good Health® brand of potato and tortilla chips—organic, gluten-free and non-GMO ingredients.” Motherhood Defined included Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas in a blog post focused on gluten-free camping snacks. It says: “These chips are PERFECT for munching next to the fire. Kids will love their crunch and mom’s the benefits of being organic and gluten-free!”
  • FOX Rochester included Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas, Gluten Free Pretzels and Avocado Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips in a segment for Celiac Awareness Month with RD Kelly Springer. The host and Kelly taste-tested the avocado oil chips on-air, and highlighted that the Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas are made with whole brown rice and black beans for fiber, nutrients and vitamins.
  • FOX31 Good Day Colorado included Good Health® Avocado Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips in a “glamping” (luxury camping) segment with expert Heather Smith from TheHAUTEBar.
  • TheHAUTEBar published a round-up of items featured in the FOX31 Good Day Colorado segment on glamping, including Good Health® Sea Salt Avocado Oil Kettle Style Chips. The article says the chips “are better than regular potato chips {and better for you!} made with only 3 ingredients - potato slices, sea salt and 100% avocado oil.”
  • Good Housekeeping included Good Health® Olive Oil Kettle Style Potato Chips with Cracked Pepper and Sea Salt in a roundup of guilt-free chips for snacking. The piece states: “There’s a little more spice in these peppery crisps than your usual potato chip, and they’re cooked in 100% olive oil.”
  • Women's Running™ included Sea Salt Eat Your Vegetables® in its weekly “Things Women’s Running™ Loved This Week” series. The article says: “I enjoy eating healthy, but it’s difficult to turn down salty and crunchy snacks. With the Eat Your Vegetables® series, I can satisfy my healthy and savory cravings at once with chips that pack hints of eight vegetables into every bite.”
  • Grinning Cheek to Cheek published a blog post featuring the Eat Your Vegetables® and Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas. The post highlights the taste of the chips, and mentions that the tortillas are great when paired with homemade salsa.
  • Clean Plates included the Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas in its weekly new healthy products roundup. The article states: “Made with wholesome ingredients like brown rice flour and black beans, plus carrots, broccoli and spinach snuck in, these organic, gluten-free, better-for-you chips make the perfect healthy snack. They’re delicious out of hand, crumbled on a taco salad, or dipped into your favorite guac.”
  • Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery published an article on the Sofi™ Award winners in the snack categories, including Good Health®’s Gluten Free Pretzels and Organic Black Bean & Rice Tortillas in the Gluten-Free Product category.