It’s better to eat your fruit than to drink it. And it’s usually better to eat fresh fruit than canned or dried fruit.
But Bare Fruit Crunchy Apple Chips throws this recommendation on its head…because these dried fruit chips are actually as good for you as real, whole apples.
Whereas most apple chips (and most dried fruit in fact) include a ton of added sugar – these guys are just what they say: bare fruit.
You may have seen the Bare Fruit Crunchy Fuji Red Apple Chips recently at Costco. At first glance, I thought $7 for a bag of dried fruit and sugar?
But upon closer inspection, these snacks are the real deal. The ingredient list is incredibly clean. And short: Organic Fuji Apples.
As always, the proof is in the nutrition facts panel – a 1/2 cup serving of chips has 90 calories and 4 grams of dietary fiber.
Surprise: that’s EXACTLY what a medium-sized apple has.
The Bare Fruit Apple Chips are crunchy, tasty, and give you the satisfaction of a snack chip, with the real fiber of a fresh fruit.
So next time you need a convenient, fresh snack on the go, I say grab some Bare Fruit Apple Chips. You can find them at your local retailer, or check out the Bare Store Finder online here.