Yai’s Thai Thai Almond Sauce. Inspired by recipes from the cofounder’s grandma, this delicious condiment is suitable for a variety of special diets including vegan, soy-free, gluten-free, low-sodium (there are only 5 grams of sodium per serving!) and Whole30 Approved. Instead of peanuts, blended almonds add nutty flavor and body; coconut milk, lime juice, vinegar, ginger lemongrass, Thai chilis and more add intense heat and flavor. Rather than cane sugar, Yai’s Thai adds naturally sweet tamarind juice for a hit of nuance.
GrandyOats Original Coconola. Rife in USDA Organic coconut flakes, cashews, pumpkin seeds, pecans and sesame seeds, this granola is actually free from grains. Look at those clusters! It’s sweetened with a paleo-friendly blend of maple syrup and honey, which makes for a near perfect parfait or for eating straight from the bag. GrandyOats earns a million extra points for crafting Coconola in a 100 percent solar-powered facility.
Redd Salted Caramel Superfood Energy Bars. If you didn’t glance at the nutrition facts panel, you’d think Redd’s Salted Caramel bar was candy. Thanks to a balanced combination of agave syrup, tapioca syrup and date paste, the bar is intensely sweet. Quinoa and chia seeds add crunch and texture, while pumpkin seed protein powder, yerba mate extract and a vitamin and mineral blend lend superior plant-based nutrition and long-lasting energy.
Fawen Broccoli & Cauliflower with Turmeric. Somehow, Fawen’s vegan ready-to-drink soup has a cheesy, umami taste that hits the spot for a light meal or hefty snack. Packed in a shelf-stable Tetra Pak, Fawen’s pea-green tinted soup contains a USDA Organic blend of broccoli, cauliflower, shallot, onion, coconut water concentrate, coconut milk, virgin coconut oil, Himalayan salt, lemon juice and ground turmeric. We adore the clean, pronounceable ingredients and on-the-go packaging.