SU­PER­MAR­KET GUIDE

Who said that eat­ing clean has to be ex­pen­sive?

Clean Eating - - CONTENTS - BY ALEXAN­DRA EMANUELLI

El­e­vate your snack­ing game with th­ese fru­gal yet fab­u­lous finds – and they’re all 5 bucks or less.

1 / CRISPY CRUNCH Brown rice flour makes the base of Back to Na­ture’s Gluten-Free Multi Seed Rice Thin Crack­ers, which are stud­ded with black se­same seeds, poppy seeds and flaxseeds for an added crunch. $4, back­to­na­ture­foods.com

2 / SOOTH­ING SIP

Used tra­di­tion­ally to soothe the di­ges­tive tract, lemon­grass tea has a sweet, cit­rusy fla­vor. Made with or­ganic lemon­grass and nat­u­rally caf­feine-free. $4.50, iherb.com

3 / PRO­TEIN-PACKED RE­FRESHER

One of the lat­est of­fer­ings from Roo­bar, th­ese matcha, chocolate chip and mint en­ergy balls are rich and earthy. Plus, they con­tain 7 grams of pro­tein as well as live pro­bi­otic cul­tures and pre­bi­otics from the ya­con root. $3, us.roo­bar.com 4 / COLD-PRESSED DECA­DENCE

We love our cold-pressed cof­fee, and this ver­sion by Brand­less is Fair Trade and or­gan­i­cally farmed in the hills of Peru. The cof­fee has been dark roasted with a rich fla­vor and caramel fin­ish. $3, brand­less.com

5 / TOR­TILLA TIME

CE staff couldn’t stop munch­ing on th­ese Restau­rant Style Chia & Quinoa Tor­tilla Chips by Late July. The chips get an up­grade with or­ganic chia seeds and quinoa for nut­ti­ness. $4.50, late­july.com

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