Shelf-Stable Food Options

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Chickpea Pasta

Instead of wheat pasta, choose a healthier alternative, like chickpea. Chickpeas contain immune-boosting zinc and de-stressors like magnesium.

Crispy Snacks

Cheese lovers! Whisps are crispy, cheesy, and baked, not fried. They taste like a party and replace fatty potato chips. Regular, Tangy Ranch, and Nacho flavours.

Cleaner Nut Butters

Nut butters are fantastic pantry staples. They're rich in omega-3s and magnesium, which may reduce anxiety and tension.


The plant-based, baked, vegan cookies come in a variety of flavors to satisfy everyone in the family. They even have a Keto Cookie, if that's what you're into.


Salmon contains B vitamins, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and Vitamin D. Wild-caught salmon in a can is ideal. Soft bones are a good source of calcium.

Green Lentil Pasta

The refining process removes most nutrients from wheat, making regular pasta a poor source of vitamins and minerals.

Sweet Treats

Baresnacks' vegan apple chips are baked, not fried. Fuji and Reds Apple Chips feature no added sugar or preservatives, making them a healthy snack.

Homemade Granola

Cereals can have added sugar but little entire grains, fibre, protein, or healthy fats. You need dried coconut, almonds, seeds, rolled oats.

Bone Broth

Canned or boxed bone broths can be the base for a ton of nourishing soups. These instead of the high-sodium, processed canned varieties.


This versatile, nutrient-dense snack is shelf-stable. Quinoa provides nine necessary amino acids our body can't make.

Healthier Pancake Mix

These mixes, which normally have refined sugar as a second ingredient, are made with a blend of chia, hemp, and almond flour, sweetened with coconut sugar.

Seaweed snacks

Seaweed is highly nutritious and the perfect topping for a lunch bowl, salads, morning scramble, or even as a replacement for chips.

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