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Between Doritos and Funyuns and Pop Tarts and the like, it’s easy for snacking to get out of hand pretty darn quick. I mean, there’s no argument — those super salty and shockingly sweet treats often taste great. But if you’re not careful, it won’t be long before there’s a whole lot more of you there to feed.

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No trans fats. No hydrogenated oils, artificial colors or flavoring. No high fructose corn syrup. Just snacks you’ll actually like that are good for you.

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Start feeling proud about your snacking with a Love With Food subscription — either a one-month plan ($7.99), a three-month plan ($22.99) or a one-month box for your entire office featuring over 65 great snack options ($56.99).

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