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2015 Healthy Supermarket List

Hungry Girl’s 2015 Healthy Supermarket List

February 2, 2015- “We’ve updated our crazy- comprehensive grocery list to bring you the very best options on supermarket shelves. From classic staples to brand-new finds, this list is indispensable…and the food is healthier than ever!…”

HG Supermarket List: Produce

Click here to read the complete list, and see Crispy Green under “Produce.”


Dried Fruit Forecast

Consumers call for nutritious snacks with a pinch of indulgence and plenty of convenience.

By: Jennifer Strailey

cropWhen it comes to snacking, as with most things in life, American consumers want it all. They crave nutritional benefits like fiber and antioxidants, but prefer them tempered by a bit of indulgence. They demand freshness and flavor, but in a convenient format.

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3 Great Back to School Lunches under $5 & 5 Minutes

by Kerri Zane on September 11, 2014

“CRISPY GREENS are 100% freeze-dried fruit slices made of real fruit. There is no sugar, sweeteners or other additives used to enhance the taste or appearance and are only 55 calories. They come in 7 flavors. Go to and use promo code CG@kerrizane to get a 15% discount on your order.”

Read Kerri’s entire article here

Grocery Headquarters- May 2014

“Crispy Green Receives Official Non-GMO Designation”

Grocery Headquarters




“Crispy Green, the maker of Crispy Fruit, single-ingredient freeze-dried fruit snacks, has announced that its product lineup has been  Non-GMO Project Verified…”Click Here to read the full article.

Daily Burn; January 2014

“20 Healthy Snacks Under 20 Calories”

“Love having half an apple in the morning, but hate that the other  half browns by afternoon? These fruits are freeze-dried so you won’t ever have to worry about freshness again.” Click Here

Tricking Kids With Healthy Halloween Treats

Q: Chuck, Halloween is saturated with candy galore and other unhealthy treats. I’m part of a growing band of health-conscious neighbors in our residential area who are refusing to drop one more piece of candy in kids’ bags on Halloween night. Any advice for how we can do that without having the kids walk away or look in disdain at healthy treats? — “Healthy on Halloween” in Harrisburg, Pa.

A: Gone are the days when you could drop a piece of fruit, a home-baked cookie or a popcorn ball in a child’s Halloween bag.

And we all know that when kids pour out their bags at the end of Halloween night to look over their treasure chest of treats, items such as granola bars and even packaged oatmeal raisin cookies are likely to be dumped in the garbage faster than you can say “trick or treat.”  read more. . .

Our Favorite Snack Foods

Sometimes a juicy orange just won’t satisfy a crunchy-snack craving. That’s when we turn to these tart, freeze-dried fruit snacks. We like apple, but they come in six other flavors including pineapple, Asian pear and mango. To see the news, click here