10 September, 2009

Somersault Snack Co. Review

Somersault Snack Co. is a company turning the snacking world upside down! Here is a little more about them, from their site:

With our busy, on-the-go lives we were desperate for a healthy snack that we could grab anytime - something that would nourish and delight us. After searching high and low, our quest ended in despair, all we found were unhealthy belly fillers. Then we had an idea—mindful munching!

Off to the bakery we went. We knew we wanted our creation to be the perfect nourishing balance of protein, fiber and nutrition with a little crunch and scrumptious taste. Combining simple, naturally nutritious, tasty ingredients and baking them to perfection, we found ourselves with the first Somersault!

As each Somersault bounced out of the oven, these nuggets of roly-poly goodness baked with toasted grains, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and a delectable spice blend reminded us of simple delights—tumbling down a grassy hill, playtime until dark, and crickets chirping. Here, our love of healthy food and playtime merged into one.

Next time you enjoy a Somersault, we hope to bring you unexpected pleasure and a moment of mindful munching combined with a delectable blend of spice and absolutely nothing artificial.

I was able to review all three flavors of Somersault Snack Co. snacks – S.S. Sea Salt, Chez Cocoa, and Salty Pepper. I liked all three flavors, but the S.S. Sea Salt was my overall favorite! The Chez Cocoa reminds me of a certain cocoa cereal, but just a different texture. All of the snacks were pretty good. They are slightly crunchy on the outside but all soft on the inside. They have a texture similar to an oatmeal cookie, only less cookie and more oatmeal. They are nutritious and yummy and I dig them. My only dislike was that in each small package, there are two servings. I couldn’t only eat half the bag!! So, to help my self restraint, I would prefer only one serving in the bag. :)

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You can purchase any of the great items from Somersault Snack Co. by clicking here.


  1. Oh my gosh I LOVE the packaging! As a graphic designer, I've tried my hand at packaging a few times and it's HARD WORK to try and look pleasing to a bunch of people. How fun. Thanks for sharing--had never heard of them.


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