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FAQs – Super Snack Trail Mix

Here at BōKU®, we firmly believe in the power of whole, healing foods. When it comes to organic food versus non-organic, the choice is easy for us. For something to be Certified Organic, it has to meet certain criteria that we believe all food should be upheld to.

To be certified organic the food must…

– Contain NO GMO’s! What’s a GMO you ask? It stands for Genetically Modified Organism. We could really go on all day about why we do not want them in our products, and especially do not want to feed them to our wonderful customers. To learn more about GMO’s, see our FAQ “What is a GMO?”

– Be grown and harvested in a safe and sustainable manner, with NO artificial fertilizers, NO artificial pesticides and NO irradiation!

– Contain NO artificial flavors, colors or preservatives!

Why else should you choose organic?

– Organic agriculture preserves natural resources and biodiversity.

– It supports animal health and welfare (for meat products, certified organic means they have not be subjected to growth hormones or harmful antibiotics).

– Organic foods have been shown to have better nutritional value than conventionally grown food.

There is approximately 3,500 mg (3.5 grams) of Omega-3’s per serving in the Coconut Chocolate Chip Trail Mix. That is MORE grams per serving than one of the top sources of Omega-3, walnuts!
Yes. Cocoa Butter is simply the natural fat contained in the cocoa bean.
Yes! 100% vegan and Kosher Pareve. The chocolate chips are made from organic cane sugar, organic cocoa liquor, organic cocoa butter, organic vanilla; all dairy free products.
It’s so much more delicious to toast the coconut, especially in combination with the chocolate!
No.  Sacha Inchi seeds need to be lightly roasted to make them easily digestible.  Also, the coconut is lightly toasted for a crisp, airy and light crunch!
Our White Mulberries are antioxidant-rich fruit that are organically cultivated in the dry Mediterranean region.  They are sweet and slightly tart.  This little berry contains also contains protein and fiber. In fact, just 1/3 cup of white mulberries deliver 4 grams of protein and 20% of your daily fiber needs! Although sweet in taste, these little berries are light in sugar, containing less than half the amount of sugar found in raisins and substantially less than cranberries, pineapples, mangoes, dates and dried figs.
Sacha Inchi is a seed, even though it looks and tastes like a nut!  It does not have any relation to tree nuts.  The toasted coconut is not a nut, even though the government requires it be labeled as a tree nut.
Deeply earthy and satisfying,  Sacha Inchi “Nuts” have a unique flavor.  The crisp, lightly roasted outside covers, a smooth oily middle, which is full of Omega-3s!  Even though Sacha Inchi seeds have been nicknamed “Incan Peanuts,” they have a flavor all their own, which has to be tried and savored.