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7/18/11 7:42 A

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I'm all about unsalted peanuts or almonds, myself.

I would also invest in a little cooler, so you could bring yogurt, nice sandwiches, and other cool items (which will probably be refreshing in a hot car!). I feel like I've seen ones that work off of the car's cigarette lighter, actually!

Grapes, apples, and bananas all travel well.

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7/18/11 6:52 A

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Larabars are good, they are only nuts and fruit with no added sugar. You could also do most fruit, pop chips in individual bags, yogurt frozen overnight should stay cool for awhile, high fiber cereal, and string cheese.


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7/17/11 11:39 P

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I am a case manager so I spend a lot of time on the road and am rarely in my office (let alone near a fridge to keep snacks cold), any suggestions for healthy keep in the car snacks. I know nuts and some of the snack bars. My only concern with those is how much and which brands bc a lot of them have a lot of sugar. Thanks for suggestions!!!

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