Starbucks' New Bistro Snack Box Provides a Hearty Helping of Omega-3s

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 15, 2015
References: starbucks & brandeating
A smoked wild Alaskan salmon cream cheese spread, edemame hummus and wheat-free crackers are a few of the components that make Starbucks' newest Bistro snack box such a great source of Omega-3 fatty acids.

Although many people make an effort to remove fats from their diet altogether, this kit is a grab-and-go option to ensure that you're consuming all the right kinds of fat on the go. The Bistro snack box may seem small, but a single serving is loaded with about eight grams of protein, plus calcium, iron, as well as Vitamins A and C.

Over the last couple of years, consumers have been avidly seeking out food and drink products that are rich in Omega-3s in order to support good cardiovascular health and cognitive developmentā€”as a result, the sales of these products has turned into a multi-billion dollar industry.