Zoe Foods

July 24, 2009

Thanks to the generous folks at Zoe Foods, Jessica and I were able to sample some of Zoe’s delicious granola products. Wait, did I just give away how much we liked these samples? Oops! Well, we did. In fact, I declare Zoes my new favorite granola!

Zoe’s sent us a variety of all natural, whole grain granola bars and cereals to try. The bars provided tasty, quick sustenance during the day and the cereal was the perfect addition to my overnight oats each morning. If you haven’t tried Zoe’s granola, run to the nearest grocery store or order online to find it! You won’t be disappointed.

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Aimee July 24, 2009 at 6:49 pm

I LOVE ZOE’s and it is really a great deal if you buy in bulk (6 boxes) off of Amazon! That’s what I did.

Lynn (The Actors Diet) July 24, 2009 at 4:39 pm

mmm love zoe’s! i’ve only tried/seen their granola in stores.

Jennifer July 24, 2009 at 3:07 pm

great suggestion! we will definitely do that next time!

Jennifer Smith July 24, 2009 at 2:41 pm

True about cereals being prices at $5 (yikes!) but it’s a much better deal when you compare them to the size of Zoe’s cereal. It’s lucky ya’ll get samples but I wish you’d give price points when making a recommendation.


Jennifer July 24, 2009 at 2:35 pm

I know what you mean! Sometimes eating healthy can seem pricey. A lot of the product samples we receive are from smaller companies that charge a little more for quality, natural, and unique ingredients that you may not find in an avg grocery store. That said, these products are actually in the same range as most grocery store “health foods.” A typical box of cereal is pushing $5 these days and Zoe’s is priced no higher.
Jessica and I review what we are sent and though we do consider price, we mostly weigh taste and nutritional content in our recommendations. Thanks for the feedback!

Jennifer Smith July 24, 2009 at 11:48 am

I would try it…. but it’s too damn expensive. Do y’all ever recommend reasonably-priced products???

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