Life’s Grape is about to change the way you snack by providing a treat that’s both delicious and healthy!
Let’s be honest, when we want a healthy snack, we often have to sacrifice flavor. It’s not easy getting the best of both world’s. I’ve been fortunate, though, to have tried a few brands that do provide a great tasting snack that’s also not packing on the calories or fat. The latest company to join that short list is Life’s Grape!
Life’s Grape is a family owned business by a mother and daughter duo! So, parents, you already know this is mom-approved. The California-grown brand provides easy and tasty snacks for kids and adults.
Life’s Grape photo via Sandy C
From the press release: The Selma Pete grapes used to make Life’s Grape spend more time on the vine (think wine grapes) which translates to a final product with more flavor, nutrition and juiciness. The product lineup includes Classic Vine-Dried Grapes, Mini Vine-Dried Grapes and Dark Chocolate Dipped Vine-Dried Grapes.
Our favorite? Do we even need to say it? The Dark Chocolate Dipped Vine-Dried Grapes, of course! Best of all, these three varieties (classic vine-dried grapes, mini vine-dried grapes, and dark chocolate dipped vine-dried grapes) all come in both 13oz resealable packs and 1oz bags (in packs of 12).
Even though I’m a mom, I didn’t really consider sharing these with my 5-year-old. He’s a picky eater set in his ways. When he saw me try them, though, he was interested so I shared a small pack. To my surprise, these are his new favorite treat and I’ve been putting one in his lunch box for school ever since!
A few Life’s Grape for Minis and Classics facts: No added sugar, gluten free, vegan, Kosher, preservative free and more! Chocolate Dipped Vine-Dried Grapes are gluten free, Kosher, and Non-GMO.
You can snack a few from the large pack or grab a small size pack and not feel overstuffed as you would a regular snack — this is true even for the chocolate dipped dried grapes.
Where can you find Life’s Grapes? Check out their products and order online here. The company hopes to expand to local stores, soon.