Fort Collins-based Wild Zora's sales on Amazon went from $3,000 a month to more than $3,000 a day.
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Lillian Hoodes lives in Boulder, Colorado, where she’s noticed a common theme among her outdoorsy peers: “Everyone has some sort of food allergy.”
Sticking to the Paleo diet’s cardinal rule—“If a caveman didn’t eat it, neither should you”—seems simple enough at first. But factor in a busy schedule, limited funds, a pint-size kitchen, and an office loaded with processed temptations like candy bars and corn chips, and suddenly mirroring Mr. Caveman’s eating habits doesn’t appear quite as feasible.
Blogger Michael Kummer shares his favorite food products to bring along while traveling. He includes Wild Zora Meat and Veggie Bars as well as Paleo Meals To Go in his line up!