How many of us are guilty of snacking on items we know we shouldn’t be? The kitchen is steps away and has all of my favorite chips and candies. Eating a snack-sized bag of Lay’s potato chips isn’t the end of the world or our diets, but constant indulging in processed foods isn’t great for our health.
Like always, Black Health Matters has your snack needs covered. We have rounded up 4 Black-owned healthy snack brands that your kitchen needs. Keep scrolling to see what items you’ll add to your grocery list.
Top Black-Owned Healthy Snack Brands
Oh-mazing Foods – Stephanie Williams founded Oh-mazing Foods because she always believed in making all-natural, from-scratch meals for her family to promote a healthy lifestyle. Regarding snacks, she wanted something more; therefore, she developed her granola recipe. Her granola comes in five flavors, including vegan options.
Partake Foods – This next brand is a personal favorite! Denise Woodward created Partake Foods in 2016 when her daughter was diagnosed with multiple food allergies. Partake offers a selection of delicious, allergy-friendly foods you can enjoy and share confidently with and without food restrictions. All offerings are certified gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, and free of the top 9 allergens (wheat, tree nuts, peanuts, milk, eggs, soy, fish, sesame, and shellfish).
Project Pop – Founder Chauniqua Major-Louis started Project Pop after realizing that most commercial popcorn contained unhealthy additives. Her kettle popcorn is made from organic, non-GMO kernels with easy-to-pronounce ingredients such as coconut oil, Himalayan pink salt, and organic cane sugar.
Sanaia Applesauce – Founder Keisha Smith-Jeremie set off to create a healthy snack involving one of her favorite indulgences – fruit. Sanai Applesauce offers plant-based, allergen-free applesauce in various exotic (and healthy) flavors such as guava, hibiscus, ginger, and lavender pear.
I think the best thing about these brands is they each have an item perfect for the fall. Which item are you adding to your shopping list? Comment below!