Finding healthy snacks that are more then just sending an apple for my son to school can be so hard. With all the allergies we have to make sure we are aware of , I get so nervous about sending most anything to my sons school. There are also plenty of rules about the snacks needing to be healthy snacks and not full of sugar.
On my desperate search to not have such repetitive snacks for my son, I came across BEAR. When I received my package from BEAR, my kids were immediately trying to grab at the boxes to check them out. My oldest son even tried to steal the bag that was sent with it. After I took pictures I told the kids if they could finish their dinners, they could try one tonight. My kids finished dinner so quickly.
My oldest son started looking at his flavor choices, and decided they were going to split two packages so they could try a regular flavor as well as a sour one. They first tried Strawberry and Mango & Apple. I have never seen them more excited over a fruit snack. Then when they opened the package, they were so excited to see little cards with fun facts about animals all around the world. My oldest made sure to save them, and brought over a couple packages to our neighbor girl so she could try them too.
All three of the kids absolutely loved them, and I know the neighbor girl is quite the picky eater. I also love that these being made with all fruits and vegetables, there are no issues with sending my son to school with these for snack. I don’t have to worry about any one’s allergies or anything.
I also love that you are not getting all the added sugars and everything else in your fruit snacks. BEAR Yo-Yo’s are:
- high in fiber
- no added sugar
- non gmo
- gluten free
- same natural sugars as an apple
- 100% real fruits and vegetables
- a full cup of fruit in each pack
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