Crinkly bags of carbs and salty dried meat sticks are classic travel treats. The trouble is, they’re full of processed ingredients and empty calories. Dig into these crispy options that will truly satiate you on your next trip.
ANNIE CHUN’S Annie Chun’s seaweed paired with brown rice crisps is a delectable way to recharge after a long excursion. Never fried and free of trans-fats, these seaweed crisps are a go-to snack for any trek. // anniechun.com
ALTER ECO Vacations are a time to let everyday stressors dissipate, and dark chocolate can help achieve that goal. Alter Eco wowed us with their Dark Blackout chocolate bar, which boasts a whopping 85 percent cocoa and organic, fair trade ingredients. // alterecofoods.com
GO VEGGIE Grab a Go Veggie snack bar, road warrior—it’s a nutritious cheese alternative that stretches, melts, and tastes great without any help from lactose or soy. // goveggiefoods.com
DANG Dang, these Coconut Crisps are delicious! No, you’re not delirious from driving for 16 hours straight, they really do taste like salty caramel confections with a buttery smooth coconut crunch. // dangfoods.com
ZOUQ As a company, Zouq lives, eats, and breathes adventure. We loved their Golden Lentils, which capture the essence of South Asia during springtime. // zouq.com
REAL DEAL SNACKS Peas, corn, and rice are not your average makings for chips, but Veggie Chips are the epitome of salty succulence anyway. We scarfed down the Sriracha variety, delighting in the lack of GMOs and gluten. // therealdealsnacks.com
BOULDER CANYON We all know we can turn into shorttempered versions of ourselves when we get hungry. In a cramped car, that’s a recipe for disaster. Appease your cravings with a 10-gram protein boost from Boulder Canyon’s Asiago Cheese Protein Crisps. // bouldercanyonfoods.com