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GoPicnic GoEnergy, Hummus & Crackers, Ready-to-Eat Meals

5 Ratings: 0.6
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About GoPicnic Go meals:  Go meals literally 'go' anywhere with you, and are compact enough to slip into a laptop bag or purse! Although small in size, there's a lot of food packed into a compact space, with five to six choice food items plus … see full wiki

4 reviews about GoPicnic GoEnergy, Hummus & Crackers, Ready-to-Eat...
review by . February 15, 2010
...then you'll love this GoEnergy pack.    This isn't a bash, as such. The contents were as tasty as I expected them to be...the humus actually a bit nicer than I expected.    If you're out and about and need to have some non-perishable energy-packed food handy that is also mostly healthy, then this pack will certainly suffice.    As I wouldn't normally seek out the kind of 'picnic packs' that are sold on the airplanes once off the airplane, …
review by . February 06, 2010
Had I known this product was basically the GoPicnic company taking small sample-size packages from *other* companies and putting them all inside a cardboard box, I probably would not have ordered this. I'm not sure what I was thinking. Besides being an environmental disaster to use on a regular basis, you're basically paying for packaging and the entire cost structure of a company who exists solely to have cardboard boxes made and pick out food to put in them. What you're not paying for is food, …
review by . January 28, 2010
This beats the heck out of the standard energy bar, although it packs the same calories as two of them. For the most part, there is a lack of chemistry class ingredients in the contents, difficult to do when you're prepackaging 12g of fiber and 23g of protein in a ready to eat collection. Just by way of example, the list of ingredients on the pack of dry roasted edamame has all of two ingredients: soybeans and sea salt. Now that's what I like to see. The GoEnergy folks seem well aware of concerns …
review by . January 27, 2010
You ever wondered what flavorless snacks might taste like? Trust me, you'd likely prefer them to this set of snacks.    What to say here? The dried fruit didn't taste very good (and was pineapple and cranberry, not cranberry like it said on the box), but the humus was ok (I've never had it before so I cannot compare to other kinds, but it was like room-temperature re-fried beans).    The edamame, whatever that is, was ok, I guess, but had an aftertaste I didn't …
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