Truly Good Foods is a second-generation family-owned business. Their company was founded in 1977 by Jerry and Betty York and is now run by their two daughters Carolyn Bennett and Angela Bauer and son-in-law John Bauer. Truly Good Foods is certified in the Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBENC) and the Women-Owned Small Business Program (WOSB). They start by sourcing the highest quality ingredients and then create snacks and mixes bursting with the bold flavors you love. CDC is proud to partner with Truly Good Foods to help provide you and your associates with endless bulk snacking options!
Some of Our Favorite Bulk Snacks from Truly Good Foods
As lively and loud as the streets of New Orleans, this mix is a delicious mix of spicy flavors. Cajun Harvest™ is a party in your mouth with roasted and salted peanuts, roasted and salted almonds, spicy churritos, roasted and salted pumpkin seeds and Cajun seasoning.
Dark Chocolate Almonds
This sweet treat is a perfect marriage between savory almonds and rich dark chocolate. Simple, but full of big flavor.
Dark Chocolate Energy Boost
This mix is full of probiotics and health benefits. Dark Chocolate Energy Boost™ is part of our ReCharge® line of snack mixes that contain antioxidant benefits. It’s the perfect midday pick-me-up with almonds, cranberries, low sugar, no sulfur pineapple, dark chocolate raisins, dark chocolate espresso beans, dark chocolate probiotic cranberries, and dark chocolate chunks.
Their #1 trail mix for over 30 years. Healthy Trails Mix™ is only roasted, not salted. It’s a classic trail mix blend of raisins, sunflower seeds, almonds, pumpkin seeds, and cashews. Perfect for the outdoorsy type, but the indoorsy people can also enjoy this tasty snack.
Kickin’ Cajun Party Mix
It’s a party in your mouth with a spicy taste that’ll kick your taste buds into gear. Kickin’ Cajun Party Mix™ is a go-to snack for large gatherings and consists of Cajun hot corn sticks, hot & spicy sesame sticks, honey roasted sesame sticks, taco sesame sticks, and nacho peanuts.
Sweet raisins covered in tangy yogurt make for a delicious snack. Raisins are often called nature’s candy and the yogurt really takes them up a notch.
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