From healthy snacks to drinks, toss these new products into your cart at the grocery store this winter
V8 Healthy Greens Juice
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You don’t have to shell out major cash for greens in a bottle: V8’s newest blends include Healthy Greens, which is packed with vitamins and has no added sugars. And with a price tag of $4 for a big bottle, you can indulge daily without breaking the bank. Making your own green juice? Add one of these 14 Unexpected Green Juice and Smoothie Ingredients.
Gardein Chipotle Black Bean Sliders
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Whether you put them on a platter for vegan party appetizers or defrost a couple for a healthy lunch, Gardein’s new Chipotle Black Bean Sliders have just enough kick—and at 170 calories and 6 grams of protein each, are a nutritious, filling choice.
Smari Organic Whole Milk Yogurt
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The brand’s signature thick skyr, an Icelandic yogurt, now comes in a pure whole milk version that’s even creamier than the original (we didn’t think it was possible!). The product is also organic, from grass-fed cows, and has plenty of probiotics.
Sriracha & Lime Pretzel Crisps
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The newest flavor of these crunchy treats from Snack Factory blends hot sriracha and zesty lime. The result: an addictive combo that you can feel good about, since they have just 110 calories per 10-cracker serving. Plus, check out the winners of the 2014 Snack Awards: Best Bites.
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Paleo dieters, this one’s for you! Unlike mayos made with soybean or canola oil, this creamy condiment comes from avocado oil, as well as cage-free, organic eggs. It has no dairy, gluten, sugar, or high fructose corn syrup, making it Paleo, gluten-free, and low carb. And non-paleo eaters will also love the taste of this mayo, made from high-quality ingredients. ($7.50; thrivemarket.com)
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Skinny Cow Creamy Iced Coffee Drinks
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Yes, it’s cold out, but sometimes you need an iced (and caffeinated) beverage to go. These indulgent-tasting drinks are only 120 calories each—so you can have your treat, and stick to your diet too.
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