Gear Review: Munk Pack

Friday the weather was perfect to get outside for a short hike and shoot a video review of Munk Pack. Raystown Lake was the setting. Temperatures were in the low seventies, the sky was clear, the mountains stood in the back drop, and a light breeze blew across the lake.

The owners of Munk Pack are no doubt adventurers and explorers of the outdoors. They started the companies and created their product out of a desire for healthy food. Here what they have to say:

“From our corporate lives to our camping adventures, we were always looking for portable, healthy, great tasting foods. We wanted real food that was minimally processed, without the sugars and fillers you find in most bars and snacks.

We got started in the kitchen, funneling homemade oatmeals and smoothies into bottles. Then we discovered the convenience of pouches, which allow you to keep foods non-perishable without the use of artificial preservatives. Turns out, the spouted pouch is not just for kids’ snacks or apple sauces – adults love it too!

Inspired by nature, we sourced all kinds of superfoods from farms and mills, and set up a tent at our local farmers’ markets. As we’ve expanded, we maintain our hands-on approach to sourcing ingredients. Taste and quality are always our priority. We are excited to share our products with you and look forward to hearing from you!”

Munk Pack Facts:

Munk Pack comes in 4.2 ounce packs that do not require refrigeration. They are whole grain, gluten free, and non-GMO. They come in three flavors; Blurberry Acia, Peach Cia Vanilla, and Raspberry Coconut. They are also packed with 550mg of Omega-3, 4g fiber, and real fruit. You can order Munk Pack from Amazon or directly from their website. They are also available in Wegman’s.

Watch out video review for more on this great product. | @munkpack

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