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Nutrient-dense snacks take a bite out of boring

The latest inventive snack formulations integrate value-added ingredients like cassava, heirloom grains and grass-fed, humanely raised meats.

Legend has it that the potato chip was born in the summer of 1853. George Crum was working as a chef at the ritzy vacation spot Moon’s Lake House in Saratoga Springs, New York. When famously fussy diner Cornelius Vanderbilt, the wealthy railroad businessman, complained that his French fries were too thick, Crum sliced the potatoes as thin as possible and fried them into delicate crisps to teach his picky patron a lesson. Unexpectedly, Vanderbilt loved the newfound nosh. The potato chip

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