Bio Approved Travel Food


With the start of summer travel season here, we want to encourage our clients to stay on track with this list of healthy snacks!  So whether you travel by train, plane or automoboile… you  can be sure to make a healthy choice!  Most of these healthy choices can be found in the local market, but below are links to order online!


1. Sliced Veggies

Carrots, cucumbers, celery, and peppers travel well and paired with hummus are a great travel option! To keep these foods cooler longer (if you don’t want to eat them right away), throw some ice cubes in a plastic bag to use as a portable ice pack!Also, depending on where you’re traveling, there may be strict rules about what you are allowed to travel with!

2. Cacao Goji Snacks (organic, gluten and dairy free)

AWESOME superfood snack! For tasting so amazing, they are all organic, gluten and dairy-free, and have zero refined sugar. They’re also easily portable and resealable.

3. Oats To Go

Scoop a serving of rolled oats in a container …whether you are in a hotel room or in the airport (mix dried fruit or cinnamon) and BAM… with just a little bit of hot water & a spoon … you have a healthy meal.

4. Travel Pack Nut Butter

Super easy to travel with & mess free!  Whether eating it as a dip with your veggies, condiment with your oats, or simply by itself, nut butters are a great way to consume healthy fats and protein.

5. Fruit

As a great way to consume antioxidants and fiber, apples oranges and bananas are the easiest fruits for travel. Just aim to consume them before you cross any borders!

6. Navitas Naturals Organic Blueberry Hemp Superfood Power Snack

100% certified organic, kosher, non-GMO, certified gluten-free, vegan and raw! Blueberry Hemp Power Snacks are a nutrition “all-star team” that includes many of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world including chia, hemp, maca, camu and maqui! The special combination of superfoods in these bites provide a well-balanced supply of antioxidants, fiber, protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.

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