6 ways we’re changing the game


1.  no added sugar

No rush, no crash

At Mindwell we know it doesn't take added sugar or artificial ingredients to make healthy food taste great. We design our products with no added sugar and the right amount of protein, carbohydrates, and lipids to take you off the sugar roller coaster and help you feel balanced and energized so you can achieve your goals.

2.  Density

Nutrient dense to curb cravings

Lightweight low-calorie snacks can be hard to put down. That’s why we make nutrient-dense superfood bites instead. When you eat a smaller amount of nutrient dense food with the right balance of macronutrients, it can help curb cravings. Our customers are often pleasantly surprised at how satisfied they feel after eating only a couple Mindwell superfood bites.

3.  Cutting edge superfoods

adventurous ingredients

We know you’re ready for an adventure. That’s why we use cutting edge and delicious superfoods like maca root powder, an adaptogen from the highlands of Peru traditionally known for its energizing effects. It tastes like vanilla!

4.  Sophistication

snacks you can show off

You live a sophisticated life, why shouldn’t your snacks get dressed up for work too? Our snacks stand up to scrutiny and keep you going through those long meetings.

5.  texture

Something new for your repertoire

Shape and texture play an important role in taste, and those flat slab granola bars and lackluster jerky sticks just don't cut it anymore. We’re taking a hard turn away from the traditional nutrition bar to give you a pleasing new shape with a creamy texture your mouth will love to add to your weekly snack repertoire. Our jerky? Get ready for a softer and less salty taste.

6.  better for the planet

more plants = less emissions

We make vegan jerky to help reduce emissions and conserve freshwater for future generations. Agriculture and food production are responsible for 25% of global emissions. Increasing meat consumption worldwide is a major contributor to a predicted 80% increase in those emissions by 2050. Switching away from meat and eating more plant based proteins is one important way to fight climate change.