Celebrating the Last Days of Summer with Sahale Snacks at the Boston GreenFest

Celebrating the Last Days of Summer with Sahale Snacks at the Boston GreenFest

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Disclosure: Sahale Snacks is a client of Influence Central.

At this point in 2016’s long, hot, sticky summer, Moms need a change of pace. After spending the past several weeks hunkered down, fanning ourselves and trying to keep cool, we dismiss any thoughts of new ideas or exploration as simply too much effort amidst sweltering temperatures and unrelenting humidity.

But now, it begins to hit us that we’ll soon be saying goodbye to summer. In a few short weeks, we’ll head straight back into fall and the reality of our lives – lunch-making assembly lines, endless carpools, and homework battles – to name just a few.

Let’s step out of our air-conditioned haze and learn something new, have a fun experience, and gain a fresh perspective before we re-enter months of school-year routine! Fortunately, the 9th Annual Boston GreenFest presents just such an opportunity. Taking place at Boston’s City Hall Plaza, Faneuil Hall, and Sam Adams Park, the Boston GreenFest offers up everything from music to food to art to fashion to household hacks – all with an eye toward the environment.

For Moms, the Sahale Snacks Flavor Experience – onsite from Aug. 19th through Aug. 21st – serves as a highlight of the GreenFest, offering the opportunity to get out of our summertime standstill. Sahale Snacks include an extensive line of snack packs and bars, featuring cashews, almonds, pecans, and pistachios, infused with wonderful flavors such as vanilla, raspberry, honey, maple, and balsamic.

How does the Sahale Snacks Flavor Experience work? Totally interactive and experiential: first by letting Moms take a quiz – followed by tantalizing samples – to see which of the flavor combinations appeals most.

The “ingredient scent wall” proves another highlight for Moms visiting the Sahale display, sharing deeper insights into the flavors selected for each snack, as well as why certain flavors work in concert with one another.

This new insight and perspective will help Moms get a bigger picture of what goes into the flavor design of Sahale Snacks, as well as to help us make better snacking decisions for our families. We’ve all faced kids not eating what we buy or endlessly complaining that they don’t like or are tired of the typical after-school snack.

Sahale Snacks offer a mouthwatering array of flavors that will appeal to our kids, such as the Raspberry Crumble Cashews Mix, Pomegranate Vanilla Flavored Cashews Glazed Mix, Honey Almond, Berry Macaroon Almond Mix and more. And for Moms? Try snacking on Thai Cashews, Valdosta Pecans, or Balsamic Almonds Glazed Mix to put a little spice in your step!

The Sahale Snacks Flavor Experience at the Boston GreenFest will help Moms map out our favorite flavors and reimagine the family snacking experience – all in all, a most satisfying way to celebrate the end of summer.

For more information, visit www.sahalesnacks.com and http://www.bostongreenfest.org.

Featured image credit: Monkey Business Images/Thinkstock. Other images supplied by Sahale.

 

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Stacy DeBroff, founder and CEO of Mom Central.com and social and digital consultancy, Influence Central, is a social media strategist, attorney, and best-selling parenting author. A sought-after expert for national media, she trend-spots regularly with national brands and speaks frequently to national and international audiences on a wide range of subjects, including influencer marketing, social media, entrepreneurship, and consumer trends. A passionate cook, gardener, reader, and tennis player, she adores this new chapter of post-college-age parenting.
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