Snact Review

Hello there,

A while back I was sent some great snacks to review.  They’re called Snact; and are 100% natural, healthy, vegan and gluten-free fruit jerky.  I was sent a bag of their apple and mango, and a bag of their apple and raspberry jerky to review, and they’re perfect for snacking on the go.

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I managed to record a great video of Theo giving his unbiased review of them but unfortunately my blog server won’t allow me to post videos.  Thus I’m just going to have to review them the standard way.

We’re big snackers in our house so one afternoon recently Theo, Annie and I cracked open the Snacts.  Theo loved them, particularly the apple and mango flavour.

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Unfortunately, the texture was a bit tough for Anwen (she’s almost 18 months and despite having most of her teeth in hasn’t completely mastered the art of chewing foods).  I really enjoyed both flavours, and I love that they’re made from surplus produce.

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I would definitely have them again for Theo and I to snack on and fulfil our sweets cravings.  Happy snacking!

Polite note: This review has been organised by the VEGAN lifestyle ASSOCIATION.  This is my genuine and unbiased review of the product.

Snact is listed with the VLA and offers Associates a 10% discount and you can take advantage of this here.

On Vegan Parenting

Hi guys,

Just wanted to eagerly stop by to point you in the direction of an exciting new venture of mine with the Vegan Lifestyle Association.  I’m going to be blogging over on their VEGAN24 News site as part of their Vegan Baby Diaries about raising vegan kids.

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I’m not an expert, and I defo won’t be claiming to be.  My aim is simply to share my experiences of healthfully and confidently raising Theo and Anwen as weegans (for the most part).  You can find my first post here.

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This also marks a change in direction for my blog. Over the next 6 months or so I hope to make this blog into more of a resource for vegan families (obvs food will be a feature).  There will not be a regular posting schedule (I know, shock).  Instead I will just blog about helpful and interesting things about vegan family living, fave foods, recipes, etc, as and when.  So my posts and blogging will (hopefully) be more about quality than quantity.

Exciting!  Hope you will join me for the ride.