I’ve been a fan of Back to Nature snacks for a while now. My girls loves their whole grain cookies, crackers and trail mixes. I like that I can pour Back to Nature snacks in a bowls, and my daughter’s friends never know that they are eating healthy snacks.
I was able to meet Anthony Raucci, SVP of Sales and Mike McVey, Director of Sales – East from Back to Nature, and we had a very thorough conversation about their products, packaging and upcoming product offerings. I suggested they try to make more nut-free seed mixes for children with nut allergies.
The Back to Nature story started in 1960 in Pasadena, CA in a small health food store that made naturally low-fat granola. The granola was a hit in California, and people started asking them to make other products that were just as simple and healthy. So, they started making cereals, crackers and cookies and offering nuts with the same high quality. Today, they still make their products without artificial flavors or preservatives, hydrogenated oils, or high fructose corn syrup. They recently changed their packaging to appeal more to kids, but they are still using Earth-friendly, 100% recycled paperboard cartons. That’s another thing we can feel good about 🙂
Try swapping out your everyday cookies, crackers and trail mixes with those from Back to Nature. You’ll love the taste, and they are something you can feel great about giving to your family.
You can find Back to Nature products in most grocery stores.