A small tin of protein, like these Freshé Meals, can save the day while traveling. Eat it on its own as a healthy snack, or add it to an airport salad for a heartier meal.
Keep one of these pack-flat pouches from Backpacker’s Pantry on-hand – in your suitcase or the car –because you can usually access hot water from a coffee counter at the airport or a gas station.
Wedderspoon’s Manuka Honey On The Go Pack
Not only is honey a natural little pick-me-up when you start to lose steam during your travels, but it can also help with acid reflux.
Armored Fresh Almond Cheese
Some cheese requires refrigeration, like this Armored Fresh fermented almond-style option. If you don’t want to carry an insulated lunch bag, you can still bring it along as a snack; just eat it within a few hours.
Sometimes airplane coffee tastes like a dirty coffee filter; there we said it. Toss one or two single-serve coffee packets from Steeped Coffee into your carry-on bag as a backup.
Traveling – in any form – is better with some sweet treats, and SmartSweets is the next generation of taste bud-pleasing goodness we all deserve.