Veggie Lil' Puffs

LesserEvil Snacks Veggie Lil' Puffs

Veggie Lil' Puffs

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Teach even your pickiest and sassiest toddler that veggies are cool. Star-shaped, savory, and crunchy, they’ll go gaga for these puffs in no time.
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  • Gluten Free
  • Orthodox Union Kosher Certified Kosher
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

Days of spoon-feeding may be over, but your toddler can still enjoy the familiar flavors of sweet potato and apple. On top of their scrumptious qualities, these puffs are made with only organic ingredients like cassava flour, coconut oil, and protein from watermelon and pumpkin. Non-GMO, vegan, grain-free, and gluten-free, they’re a feel good snack for parents everywhere.

An extra, organic ingredient helps these bags break down faster in landfills.
Organic Cassava Flour Vegetable Blend (Red Blend [Organic Tomato Powder, Organic Sweet Potato Powder, Organic Pumpkin Powder, Organic Carrot Powder], Green Blend [Organic Spinach Powder, Organic Broccoli Powder]) Organic Coconut Oil Organic Tapioca Starch Himalayan Salt


contains coconut

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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.