Kind Bars — Best Travel Snack — Deep Discount

Kind Bars from Relay Foods
Kind Bars from Relay Foods

When I travel, I like to throw a few healthy snacks in my overnight bag.  Just in case.  Kind Bars are my latest healthy snack obsession.  These delicious bars are made from nuts, fruit, and whole grains and are packed with fiber, protein and antioxidants.

I love them, but they are expensive.  I’ve seen them sell for $1.50 per bar at Walmart, and for $4.00 apiece at an airport vendor.

When The Girl and Globe alerted me to an opportunity to save $30 on $50 at Relay Foods, I jumped on it.  Relay Foods sells over 20 varieties of Kind Bars — and until October 31, 2013, they are on sale for $1.

With the introductory discount, you can pick up Kind Bars for as little as 40 cents each!    

Kind_bar_maple_glazed_pecan_sea_salt2Relay Foods is the Mid-Atlantic’s largest online grocer.  They offer locally-sourced foods including organic produce, artisanal cheeses, baked goods, prepared meals, and all manner of specialty and everyday food items.

The prices and selection are comparable to Whole Foods.

You place your order online, and can have it delivered, or pick it up at dozens of locations in their service area.

Relay Foods currently serves Washington D.C., and Baltimore, plus five regions of Virginia: Charlottesville, Richmond, Lynchburg, Willamsburg and Northern Virginia.

There is a fabulous introductory offer for $30 off your first order of $50 or more from Relay Foods.

Relay Foods focuses on organic, natural, and locally-sourced foods and groceries, but they sell pantry staples as well.  They have 200 local vendors — so you can pick and choose items such as just-picked apples, fresh milk, spring greens, home-baked bread, Virginia sausage, or fresh pasta from a variety of vendors.

Relay Foods Pick-Up Locations in Metro DC
Relay Foods Locations in Metro DC

The beauty is that you can pick up your entire grocery order in one stop.  There are 35 pick-up locations in the D.C. area, with plans for up to 100 sites.

If you prefer, they will deliver to your home or office for a $10 charge.

Order before midnight, and you can pick it up or have it delivered the following afternoon.

With many farmers markets closing for the season, this is a great opportunity to try out a year-round alternative!

Links in the article are my affiliate link.  If you decide to sign up for the service, you will get $30 off your first order, and I will get a credit to my account.  I appreciate your support!

 

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