there’s a local natural foods store that i’ve been dependent on recently that i purposely roam through the aisles to see if i can find anything that k can eat. as i have been searching for dry snacks for k’s daycare snack time, i found these: Real Foods’ Corn Thins. since it’s a processed food, i have to depend on the labels and according to its packaging, it is made from all natural ingredients, gluten free and non GMO.
the primary ingredient is corn so first i introduced corn to k. when she didn’t have any allergic reactions, i bought these for her. i tried them out – it tastes similar to rice cakes, just a little softer. it’s a bit bland but tasty enough for me to snack on them myself.
i picked up two flavors: Flax & Soy as well as Sesame. i found k’s first dry snack food!
1. product website: Corn Thins
2. resource EWG: annual list of the “dirty dozen” of the fruits and vegetables that are recommended to buy organic due to pesticide residue. potato has been on the list for years. here’s the whole list: EWG’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce