Hello, Paleo Meals To Go fans and friends. We’re starting a monthly newsletter with content we hope you’ll enjoy and find useful. Our newsletter will:
Introduce you to our brand ambassadors and other customers who use our products and have awesome adventures to share.
We were first acquainted with Art when he was preparing for his 4200 mile Amazon River trip in a 40′ wooden canoe in 2016. If that wasn’t impressive enough, Art has also traversed volcanoes in Ecuador, climbed Denali, completed Bear Grylls’ intense five-day survival course and set a solo, double-traverse record (at age 65) of Death Valley. He will be climbing Borah Peak in Idaho with TV reality star Jeff Zausch (from Naked & Afraid and Discovery’s Dual Survival) during August’s total solar eclipse. The trip is sponsored in part by Paleo Meals to Go. And to top it off, Art manages to give back to his community by actively volunteering with the Sun City PRIDES and Sun City Hikers groups. We are pleased and proud to have Art on our team!
Our monthly newsletter from Paleo Meals To Go will announce our favorites as well as the newest stores carrying our products.
The very first store to sell Paleo Meals To Go products was Backcountry Experience, which is owned by Ben Rockis and located in Durango, Colorado. Ben’s crew is constantly on the lookout for unique, quality products that help you make the most of your mountain adventures so when we sent some samples down, Ben knew it was a good match. You can find the entire line of Paleo Meals To Go products at this gem of a store, which won Durango’s Best Small Business Award in 2009.
Paleo Meals To Go’s Monthly Newsletter will keep you up-to-date on company news and products.
Coming soon! Our newest product, Paleo Meals To Go Plateau Pineapple Tidbits are healthy snacks when you’re hankering for something sweet. Choose our delicious fruit tidbits for an after-school, on-the-trail or in-the-car snack because our pineapple is freeze-dried, not dried or dehydrated, and freeze-drying retains optimal levels of flavor, nutrients, and the original cell structure of the fresh fruit.
Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. It is also a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, folate and pantothenic acid. Finally, a crunchy, sweet snack that you can feel good about giving to your kids or enjoying yourself, straight out of the pouch, anytime, any place.
Plateau Pineapple Tidbits are gluten free, grain free, milk free, soy free, nut free, nightshade free, shelf stable, and rich in antioxidants and nutrients. No additives, no preservatives, no added sugars, oils, or sulfur.
Our newsletter will offer helpful trail tips for your next outdoor adventure and announce sales and shipping promotions.
Need an inexpensive alternative to a pack cover? Pack covers are often bulky, heavy and, sometimes, ineffective. Instead of covering the outside of your pack, line the inside of it with a trash compactor bag and keep all gear inside. Trash compactor bags are super waterproof, replaceable, affordable and weigh a fraction as much as a pack cover.
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Happy trails from everyone at Paleo Meals To Go!