Product Review: Foods Alive Onion Ring Clusters

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Natural Factor
5/5
Taste Factor
5/5
Fullness Factor
3/5
Overall Rating
5/5
Macros (per serving):
Total Fat: 4g / Total Carbs: 4g / Protein: 3g


Good with: Right out of the bag.

Other Flavors: No other onion ring flavors, but check out their flax crackers!

Why We Love It: First let’s put aside how healthy this product is. On taste alone, this snack rocks. It truly tastes like a heartier onion ring, only it doesn’t leave you with greasy fingers afterwards, and it’s got a nice crunch to it. When you couple that with the health benefits of the organic superfood ingredients in their “batter” like sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, chia, and reishi mushrooms, it just adds that much more to why I could eat these all day long. Plus it’s a dehydrated raw food, so the enzymes and nutrients of all those yummy ingredients have been preserved. Talk about a whole food snack!

Meet the Makers: Based in Waterloo, IN, Foods Alive is a family-owned company that makes organic, vegan, kosher and gluten-free foods. In addition to their onion ring clusters and flax crackers, they also sell oils, dressings, and superfood ingredients in their raw form (e.g. chia seeds, hemp seeds). www.foodsalive.com

Fun Fact: Foods Alive was founded by Ellen & Michael Moor, their son Matt and his wife Tammy after Ellen and Michael tasted raw flaxseed crackers at a free buffet provided by a natural health learning center in Michigan known as Wheatgrass Place. They loved the crackers so much they decided to make them at home for themselves, then they decided they were so good they wanted to share their discovery with the world!

Certifications:
Organic certification Vegan certification UnknownGreen America

 

 

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