10 healthy snacks to bring with you to the office

Summer is here! And while we're excited to get out and enjoy as much of the warm weather as possible (seriously, we're deprived!), we're also looking for ways to stay energized, focused and beach-ready. For us, that means conscious, clean eating without the afternoon binge. 

And although that means less sugar, whole grains and clean ingredients, there are plenty of ways to make in-office snacking healthy, delicious and even affordable. From meal shakes to energy-boosting chips, natural fruit bars and indulgent yogurt, here are the 10 snacks we can't wait to bring to the office tomorrow. 

Flavored with jalapeno and Sriracha, these chickpea puffs are the perfect snack for those busy days. 

Mēle isn't a healthy snack, but instead an entire meal. With flavors such as rawberry, supergreen and chocolate, and offering a whole food blend of foods like nuts and veggies, you can get a full, healthy meal without leaving your desk.

With 12 grams of protein, this yogurt is the perfect (and indulgent!) afternoon snack.

Packed with antioxidants, protein and NO transfat, this nut-filled product is a great source of energy. 

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This fruit bar has only two ingredients -- that's it! 
Don't worry about that post-lunch chocolate craving, because these protein-packed almonds will do the trick. 
These crunchy, naturally sweet and filling apple chips are made from real apples -- baked, never fried! 
These dried kiwis are packed with vitamin C and help keep your sweet tooth at bay. 
These little vegan squares, made with cane sugar and packed with fiber, are seriously addicting.

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