Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Convenient, Healthy Snack Packs from Artizone #artizonefunwithfood #spon #artizonechi

Disclosure: Special thanks to Artizone Chicago for sponsoring this post. 

As the end of the school year winds down, packing school lunches and getting the kids of to school and myself off to work in the morning is becoming more and more tiresome. I'm ready to hit the swimming pool and the beach! 

Here's a way to make lunch-packing a little bit easier (and healthier!): Artizone, Chicagoland’s only online and year-round marketplace for fresh, small-batch, artisan foods has partnered with Packed Produce to offer top-quality produce conveniently pre-packaged into individual servings. These convenient snack options are perfect for lunchboxes, midday snacks, post-workout refueling, team snacks or anyone looking to eat healthy on-the-go. 

Healthy Snack Packs feature six, individually packaged 3 oz. servings of fresh fruits and vegetables for $13.95.
These healthy snack packs include ready-to-eat, fresh produce such as: Gala apples, D’Anjou pears, golden pineapple, sugar snap peas, grape tomatoes and a carrot/jicama combo. 

I pack a sandwich for my kids and then throw in two snack packs each and I know they're getting two servings in of fruit or veggies at lunchtime. My kids loved the selection, and the fruits and veggies are fresh and tasty. 

My daughter and I also made a happy face with some of the fruits and veggies in her snack packs! Check out other amazing fruit art inspired by fruit and veggies here

This convenient new snack option is available for order on now. You can also arrange for 4, 8 or 12-week subscriptions. Laura Flynn of Packed Produce is passionate about bringing this new offering to busy families in partnership with Artizone. “I want to change the idea of what a snack pack is. I am proud that we are providing a selection of healthy and delicious produce that will hopefully teach kids to make good choices when it comes to their food. My team puts a lot of love and attention into every hand-cut and hand-packed delivery,” notes Flynn. “Families don’t have to choose convenience over quality; you can have both,” Flynn adds.

For more information or to order your snack packs, visit

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