Canadians want to snack better in 2014, says a study by Taste of Nature. Ninety-five percent of Canadians love to snack. Let’s be honest, not all our snacking is healthy. Half the respondents felt that adding a healthy snack to their diet every day was something they could to do become healthier. Easy, right? To help you switch to one healthy and tasty snack a day (Goodbye, bag of chips), Taste of Nature and 29Secrets are offering you a chance to win at delicious prize pack valued at more than $200!
And as an extra incentive, everyone who signs the online pledge until February 28th, will be entered into a daily draw for a yoga mat and Taste of Nature bars (value $55).
Kick-start a healthy year with Taste of Nature’s delicious fruit and nut bars that are 100% certified organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Vegan, Kosher and certified Gluten Free.
For more information and to register your participation in the Pledge to Snack Healthy program, visit www.facebook.com/tasteofnature
Key findings from the Taste of Nature Snacking Survey:
- More than half of Canadians (54 percent) say that convenience is a top consideration when making a snack choice, while another 38 percent point to accessibility. The goal is to keep healthy snacks, like Taste of Nature bars, handy.
- One in three Canadians (33 percent) admit that they tend to turn a snack into a meal by eating too much.
- Nearly a quarter (24 percent) of Canadians start out with the best of intentions, but quickly give in to temptation – they switch from a healthy snack to an unhealthy one in the same sitting.
- Two in five Canadians use unhealthy snacks as a reward.
- Fifteen percent of Canadians sneak snacks.