Organic Himalayan Pink Salt Sun Poppers
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4 oz / $1.07 per oz
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We've found it: sunshine in snack form. And it definitely makes us happy when skies are gray. It's packed with plant protein from upcycled watermelon and pumpkin seeds (aka, good-for-you foods), then it's perfectly puffed to a crisp texture that makes every bite a delight. It's snackable, savory, and powered by the sun.
AllergensProduced in facility that also uses coconut, eggs and dairy.
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
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Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Taking good ingredients into their own hands
Snack companies haven't always had transparency and control when it comes to production. The people at Lesser Evil saw this as a problem to solve. They branched out on their own so they could control the whole process, from ingredients to recipes. They started with sourcing as many ingredients as they could domestically and prioritizing trusted international supply chains. By keeping control over facilities, they've also been able to take on sustainability initiatives. In the factories, they use on demand faucets to reduce water waste and replaced their old light fixtures with eco-friendly LED lighting.
Lesser Evil uses organic ingredients from reliable sources with as much domestic partnership as possible.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Their energy-efficient production facility uses a special ventilator that redirects hot air to help them pop their popcorn.Learn More
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About the Brand
LesserEvil has been on shelves for a little while, but their journey really began when they took control of their own production process. They opened their own factory in 2011 where they were able to live their sustainability goals. With initiatives to reduce water, plastic, and energy use at the top of their minds, LesserEvil really found a way to make their product live up to its name.Shop Brand
How to use
Snack on these sun-fueled bites as you get your tan on or visit the nearest park.