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    Good Bag For Kids Travel Pack 3 and Over Gluten Free Bag

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    Celiac.com 02/09/2014 - It's about time someone came up with a healthy gluten-free travel snack pack for kids.  This one contains several fun treats including a fish oil, a probiotic, and a toy or activity booklet. The treats also include one seed and fruit trail mix, a bag of multi-grain chips, squeezable fruit, an Applesauce On The Go pouch, Crunchable Yogurt and a SuperFood Powder Packet to mix with juice or water. 

    If you are looking for gluten-free snacks that are healthy, convenient, and fun, the Good Bag For Kids is worth checking out.



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