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We LOVE partnering with like-minded groups who share our mission/philosophy for local, fresh, healthy well-being and adventure! Email or call us for more info! becca@eatreats.com 734-945-4585  

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Nepal Earthquake Relief: Earthquake Relief Updates: One year Anniversary Dearest friends and family,  Namaste! We hope this email finds you well! Today marks the one year anniversary (Baisakh 12th or April 24th) of the 7.8 Earthquake that killed thousands, and left many more homeless with few resources for health, school, and other basic needs. This is also the anniversary where many of you shared your heartfelt condolences, send us messages of encouragement and strength, and donated money, art supplies, and school supplies. Together, we raised nearly $X,XXX to help Uden’s neighborhood, Kirtipur. We wanted to share with you how this money...

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A message from our Athlete, Sage Canaday, regarding one of his favorite fuel sources: I love taking EATreats on any camping trip or plane flight as the make the perfect snack with my coffee! Sandi and I use the bars on long adventure trail runs out up 14,000' mountains or snowshoeing in the Rockies. I also always pack a bar in my car when I drive to the track for a hard workout or long run on the roads as it is a portable recovery tool and the first high quality calories that I consume after doing these types of...

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Everyday Adventure Treats is a risk, a big one. We are a small business in the middle of the country, 3,000 miles away from progressive food scenes on the coasts. And yet, we are making an attempt at revolutionizing the state of the food industry on a national level. The company began 3 years ago out of a need I call survival. As an athlete, always on the road, I saw first hand the food deserts across the country. I spent a lot of time in urban centers, while also surrounded by farms and mountains. Ironically, the landscape meant almost nothing...

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Posted on SOCIETY17.COM June 7, 2017 Rebecca Walter An onlooker at the International Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21st, 2017.                                 Photo by Mark Miller I am working on my authenticity. I have trouble with vulnerability.  They are my favorite traits in others, those I most admire. In order to follow their lead, I intend to trust-fall into a new perspective of self-worth. Today, I choose to believe that my voice is as interesting as the next self-searching soul.  I’ve re-written my introduction,...

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