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Next week marks the official start of fall, which also means everyone’s favorite fall flavors are hitting the shelves once again. Our resident snack experts put together a comprehensive list of 21 of the best snacks of fall 2018– including flavors that will remind you of your mom’s homemade apple pie, Football Sunday, or just cozying up on your couch. So go ahead and try some of the best snacks this season has to offer – all in grab-and-go snack sizes to enjoy at the office, making it easy to share with your coworkers (or don’t, we won’t judge).

  1. Superseedz Somewhat Spicy

These gourmet pumpkin seeds are tossed in a savory blend of cayenne pepper, garlic, sea salt and spices for a little bit of a kick without being too overpowering.

  1. Righteous Felon Truffle-O Soldier Beef Jerky

Beef jerky infused with truffles sourced directly from Italy and Righteous Felon’s hickory marinade combine to create an intense, smoky flavor you’ve only dreamed of.

  1. Quest Hero Bar Chocolate Caramel Pecan

Think of it as the adult, protein bar-version of your favorite Halloween candy.  A cereal bar core, wrapped in gooey caramel, packed with pecans, and coated in decadent chocolate – oh, and 15g of protein.

  1. Made In Nature Figgy Pops Choco Crunch

One of fall’s hidden gems, figs are naturally energizing and delicious – especially when rolled up with cacao nibs, cherries, dates, and coconut. You may want to hide these in your snack drawer (and lock it!)

  1. Dirty Potato Chips Sweet Potato

Thinly sliced sweet potatoes cooked to crunchy perfection and sprinkled with a shake of salt make these your new go-to bag of chips. We suggest shaking them up with some cayenne pepper for a spicy-sweet twist.

  1. Purely Elizabeth Cranberry Pecan Granola

This granola’s warm and buttery taste feels homemade. Tossed with roasted pecans and chewy cranberries, you’ll love it sprinkled over hot oatmeal on a chilly autumn morning.

  1. Del Monte Pears in Blackberry Flavored Chia

Your childhood fruit cup just grew up. Crisp pears and blackberry flavored chia combine to create a unique flavor that make it a refreshing addition to your breakfast or lunch.

  1. Organic Beef Mighty Bar, Bacon & Apple

This is not your everyday meat protein bar. Crumbly bacon, chunks of organic apples, and a dash of spices come together with organic, 100% grass-fed beef for a grab-and-go snack that will blow your mind.

  1. Go Raw Organic Ginger Snap Super Cookies

We’re big fans of snacks with a short list of recognizable ingredients. These cookies are seed based with a classic ginger zing taste.

  1. RX Bar Maple Sea Salt

The up and coming flavor of fall – because who doesn’t love the taste of warm maple syrup? RX Bars list their ingredients on the front of their packaging, so what you see is what you get.

  1. Popcorn Indiana Kettlecorn

Reminiscent of the kettlecorn you’d snack on while at the Friday night high school football game, Popcorn Indiana’s kettlecorn is that hometown feeling, packaged.

  1. Betty Lou’s Apple Cinnamon Fruit Bar

Who says a slice of apple pie can’t be healthy and delicious? These fruit bars are free from the 8 major allergens defined by the FDA, so you can share with confidence!

  1. Skinny Dipped Almonds

We can’t get enough of these! Almonds, dipped in artisan dark chocolate and dusted with espresso, cocoa, or raspberry, how could you say no to a bag of these in your life?

  1. Ambition Bar Masala Chai

It’s like cozying up with a warm cup of chai tea at your desk, but it’s actually a gluten-free and vegan bar that’s packed with protein and fuels your day. Good deal, right?

  1. Sensible Portions Apple Straws

The crunch of an apple sprinkled with cinnamon in a fun straw shape make these a welcomed alternative to a bag of chips. Get creative with these and break them up over your applesauce or oatmeal for an added crunch.

  1. Chef’s Cut Homestyle Beef Bar

Homestyle tastes what it sounds like – home. Premium cuts of beef, celery, bell peppers, and beef stock come together to form a robust, homemade soup flavor in the form of a hearty, gluten-free protein bar.

  1. Michel et Augustin Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Cookie Squares

Indulge your sweet tooth a little bit. These cookies filled with milk chocolatey goodness and hazelnut baked into every bite certainly satisfy those afternoon chocolate cravings.

  1. Health Warrior Pumpkin Seed Bars

Embrace the flavor of fall – pumpkin! These bars are low in calories and packed with 8 grams of protein creating a snack that tastes great and fuels your energy – guilt free.

  1. Jicachips Cinnamon Sugar

If you’ve never tried jicama before, you’re not alone. The root vegetable has a slightly sweet flavor, so when you slice it thin, bake them in the oven, and sprinkle them with cinnamon, sugar, and a hint of vanilla, the result is a sweeter, healthier alternative to a bag of potato chips.

  1. Calbee Harvest Snaps Lentil Tomato Basil

These lentil crisps are baked and dusted with an aromatic blend of tomato and basil. This sweet and savory snack is Non-GMO Project verified and always gluten-free.

  1. Sahale Honey Almonds Glazed Mix

Whole almonds, dried cranberries, sea salt, & honey. This powerhouse combination is great by the handful or enjoy it in your yogurt for a hearty and more filling breakfast.

Try Some of the Best Snacks of Fall 2018 At Your Office

If you and your coworkers would like to discover awesome best snacks of fall 2018 like these every month, try out our snack box delivery program. Reach out to our snack experts to get started!

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Rachel Cusack

With a passion for the creative side of the business world, Rachel graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Through many years in customer service roles, she has developed strong people skills and an interest in how consumers interact with brands. Rachel strives to bring her experience in digital marketing and events to her role as a Marketing Associate at Corporate Essentials. She believes that life is just better with a cup of coffee and a great office culture is the first step in maximizing employee happiness.