Why? Better Than Good Snacks!

Do you struggle with wanting something sweet or salty to munch, but finding yourself drawn to snacks that are less than healthy? *raises hand*

Better Than Good Snacks is a local company that understands and wants to help make your snack time healthy and filling.

Better Than Good Snacks was started by Dr. Tina Mahajan, a physician and mom whose son was diagnosed with cancer. During her son’s chemotherapy, he was constantly craving junk food. So, Tina sought to create a snack that would satisfy his junk food cravings without the junk.

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Better Than Good Snacks are protein puffs with 16 grams of protein per serving and 2 servings of fruits and vegetables, that are non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, and 98% lactose-free.

They come in 4 delicious flavors: Ranch, Jalapeno Cheddar, Barbecue, and Salted Caramel. So whether you’re craving salty, sweet, or spicy, there’s something for you! I tried all four and they are delicious! Plus, I found myself filled and satisfied after eating them, with long-lasting energy that I could feel good about.

Speaking of feeling good, proceeds from each bag on Better Than Good Snacks go to cancer patients at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.

Want to give Better Than Good Snacks a try? I have a deal for the first 100 people to claim it: 50% off a four-pack of full-sized Better Than Good snack bags, with all four flavors for just $7.99. Click here to order.

And if saving money wasn’t enough incentive to order today, Better Than Good Snacks will be donating 100% of the proceeds from this promotion to University Hospitals Angie Fowler Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Institute!

Healthy, delicious, philanthropic, locally-based snacks…snack time doesn’t get better than that!

***Disclosure: I was asked to help promote Better Than Good Snacks. In exchange, I received a complimentary sample of the snacks. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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