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New foods for your family

Here are some new options for your family to snack on.



Triscuit Dill, Sea Salt & Olive Oil


Triscuit's first new cracker since 2008 is loaded with flavor and crunch. Made with 100 percent whole grain and a good source of fiber, it fits easily into your healthy lifestyle. $3.69, grocery stores



BluePrintBars

These new snack bars from the makers of BluePrintCleanse are handmade from nothing but dried fruits and nuts, and contain no preservatives or additives of any sort. They're also raw, vegan, wheat-free, gluten-free, soy-free, kosher and non-GMO. Available in Cashew Date, Cherry Orange Almond Date, Cranberry Lemon Cashew Date and Lemon Almond Cashew Date. $30 for six bars, www.freshdirect.com





Barilla Microwavable Meals in Whole Grain Mezze Penne with Tomato and Basil Sauce and Whole Grain Fusilli with Vegetable Marinara Sauce


Perfect for those days when you're glued to your desk (though you know we don't recommend that!), these ready-in-60-seconds meals are delicious and pack a nutritional punch. Add a side salad or steamed vegetable for a quick and hearty meal. $3.29, grocery stores



Smart Balance Butter & Canola and Extra Virgin Olive Oil Blend

We love that this spread has 40 percent less saturated fat than regular butter. Just remember the serving size (one tablespoon) when you start spreadin'. $2.50, grocery stores



Planters NUT•rition Men's Health Recommended Mix

Planters joined forces with Men's Health magazine to create this snack, a heart-healthy mix of almonds, peanuts and pistachios with six grams of protein and an assortment of vitamins and minerals. $7, grocery stores



Tofurky pizzas

We know what you're thinking: Tofurky, really? But these pizzas, which boast vegan cheese and zero cholesterol, are a tasty meatless meal option. Just keep in mind the serving size and pair your slice of pie with a salad. Available in sausage, pepperoni and plain. $8, grocery stores