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I’m just back from Expo West 2013, where I was looking for the latest trends in organics, natural and eco-friendly eating. This first trend I noticed within about 10 minutes of arriving: it seems that organic and natural folks have as big a sweet tooth as the rest of America. While I did sample some deliciously simple Greek yogurts, there’s a whole lotta newness in this space. Great marketing props go to Powerful Yogurt: This brand new macho Greek yogurt for men boasts 25 grams per cup in original plain, dark manly packaging, and a hefty 8-oz. Saffron Road’s sustainably sourced chickpeas pack plant protein and ethnic flair into snacks-two worthy trends. My two top picks for lean and green super-snacks go to two chickpea products that I love for portability, sustainability, and kid friendly protein rich snacking.
The quest to clean up chip’s reputation as junk food has been in the works a while, and the chips I crunched my way through continue to move that trend forward: with ingredients including lentil or garbanzo flour (boosting protein a bit), dehydrated vegetables (which may add a few more phytochemicals), seeds (like chia!), and  root vegetables. I still remember the rich, fruity taste of first the extra-virgin olive oil I ever swirled a wedge of crusty Italian bread into- it was transformative. While I certainly like the fact that the sugar may be organic, or the product may contain stevia (an all-natural, zero-calorie sweetener) instead of say, aspartame my first thought as I cruised the Fresh Pavillion on Day 1 was … things sure tasted sweet.


Blessed by a health halo and a darling of dietitians for years (thanks to its high protein content, probiotics, and calcium and vitamin D), Greek-style yogurt was everywhere – but in its newer, more adulterated forms. First round of kudos go to  Hope Hummus , who debuted their brand new portable hummus tubes; as a mom and a frequent traveler, thank you! My personal favorite was a new company from the UK called Snapz whose dehydrated fruits like tomatoes proved one of the best taste experiences of the Expo. By itself, simple (non-GMO)  popcorn earns high marks for lean and green: at just 93 calories for a hefty 3 cup serving, it counts as a whole grain and is packed with antioxidants. And it set me on my path to my life’s calling-helping people find their highest health through savoring real, vibrant, nourishing food. As such, I pledge to blog with integrity, which includes strict adherence to the latest FTC guidelines for bloggers. As a good rule of thumb, the American Heart Association recommends no more the 10% of your total calories come from added sugars per day-which I easily sailed over as I sampled my way through the Expo. And Greek yogurt packaged with a side of sprinkle-in sweets was big too, like Chobani’s new line of Flips, with indulgent flavors like chocolate-coconut-granola and key lime graham cracker. Chickpeas were another strong trend: in flours, snacks, and main courses (tied to another hot trend-vegan).


The uber tasty  Saffron Road Crunchy Chickpeas also should be a pantry staple: made from sustainably-sourced organic chickpeas, these are a great alternative if you’re craving a plant protein snack (with 6 grams of protein per serving). Fueled by two parents on a mission to make microwave popcorn healthy (read about the problems with traditional microwave popcorn here), Quinn popcorn starts with non-GMO corn, no rbST added cheese, 100% natural ingredients that sound like they come from your kitchen. Free books or products I receive for consideration will always be disclosed if they are mentioned.
And when it comes to new packaging, get ready for a sea of pouches for grownups, from fruit purees to energy boosts to breakfasts. With no refrigeration needed, these are perfect for portioning out on-the-go in advance and stashing in your briefcase, desk or gym bag.
The real innovation is the clean bag technology: Made from a 100% all natural bag that’s compostable, wth zero of the potentially harmful chemicals found in traditional microwave popcorn bags.



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