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.

Eating Naturally - - Salty -

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. // an­

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. // al­tere­co­

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. // gov­eg­

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. // dan­g­

ZOUQ As a com­pany, Zouq lives, eats, and breathes ad­ven­ture. We loved their Golden Lentils, which cap­ture the essence of South Asia dur­ing spring­time. //

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. // the­re­aldeal­

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. // boul­der­canyon­

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