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Many people have asked why we changed our name. Here’s the truth: Our name was too similar to a corporate brand that felt threatened by our revolutionary role in the evolving snack industry. (And we became bigger than we expected!)This experience has been a blessing; rebranding took so much energy and resources, it may not have happened otherwise. I was asked to create an entire new brand in 6months (a huge rush), and I seized the opportunity to move to locally designed, compostable packaging. This is an opportunity to fulfill my vision of organic, authentic and sustainable snacking. Our current...

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I am opening a few slots for personal coaching/speaking engagements/consulting of any level. 13 years NCAA Div 1 performance/coaching experience. I qualified for a World Team, and finished 7th at USA’s in the 10k (PR 33:09). I’ve worked with those:-looking to improve general fitness, motivation, confidence, visualization (in life, not just with running)-who have never run, successfully completing a 5k-coming back from injury-improving form/strength-transition out of elite athletics into “normal” life (nutrition, mental health, and lifestyle)-who qualified for Boston Marathon with a 20min PR-dozens of All-Americans 600m-10k-self-coached to marathon wins + an elite trail 50k (4:11)-$200/month in-person/skype. DM or email...

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"If we're going to have a revolution, it's going to be in food.” Yvon Chouinard, Founder / Owner of Patagonia.   Here are a few reasons why (taken from excerpts):   The government remains a major player in the food business, among the biggest global industries in existence.   The simplest, arguably most effective stance you can take towards a revolution, lowering taxes, helping the environment, or whatever national/global change you want to see, is to avoid this list of government subsidized-foods, unless they are grown on privately owned, small-farms, as opposed to grown on Federally sponsored mega-farms. The Atlantic...

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As all travelers and busy people (essentially all of us) know, eating without access to a home or kitchen makes feeding our bodies in a healthy way nearly impossible, and at the very least expensive.  Why should we sacrifice our own health in order to fit within the bounds of the conventional food industry? This question takes a broader look at our food system as a whole, and how each and every one of us can improve it every day. When I began sourcing for Everyday Adventure Treats, I was shocked at the impersonal model of distribution. My turning point...

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We source the majority of our nuts from Equal Exchange. All of EE's almonds are grown organically in Denair, CA by Burroughs Family Farms. The Burroughs family falls right in line with our ethos of organic, small-scale, innovative farming. All of our almonds are certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF), and steam pasteurized in accordance with USDA standards. EE only buys almonds that are steam pasteurized, as this method eliminates potential contaminants, without "cooking" or destroying the proteins, vitamins, and minerals in the nuts. Steam pasteurization does not affect the nutritional or sensory characteristics of the almond, and the...

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