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Trail Mix

47 results

Southern Heat Mix


Cinnamon Bun Crunch Trail Mix

1lb bag

Organic Trail Mix


Asian Snack Mix


Trail Mix Variety Pack

24 single serves!

Healthy Trail Mix


Bourbon Street Mix


Chex Mix ®




Extreme Trail Mix


Chocolate Monkey Trail Mix


Berry Mix


Mix of Champions


Tropical Mix


Royal Mix


Peanut Butter & Jelly Trail Mix


Monkey Munch


CB&J Mix


Apple Pie Crunch x Feeding America


Triple Berry Super Antioxidant Mix


Power Mix


Mix of the Man


Harvest Trail Mix


Probiotic Trail Mix


Fruit & Nut Medley


Jericho Party Mix


Organic Trail Mix - Single Serve

24 single serves!

Deluxe House Mix


Banana Split Trail Mix


Bar Mix


Detox Mix


Yogurt Trail Mix


High Octane Energy Mix


Vegetarian Protein Mix


Organic Tropical Mix


German Chocolate Cake Snack Mix


Red White and Blueberry Trail Mix


Southern Heat Mix - Single Serve

18 single serves!

Organic Antioxidant Mix


Cupid's Crunch


Apple Pie Crunch - Single Serve

12 single serves!

About Trail Mix

Our delicious, premium quality trail mix varieties are sure to add energy and pizzazz to your day!

With more than 35 nutty combinations, you’ll be able to try a different mix every day of the month without getting bored! Or, if you want something just for you, make your own custom trail mix from a choice of hundreds of ingredients.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, reach for our top selling Berry Mix, a combination of seven dried berries. If you’re craving something spicy, grab a bag of our Southern Heat Mix, filled with roasted nuts and sesame sticks.

Known as GORP (Good Old Raisins and Peanuts) when it was first created in 1968, trail mix has branched out to various mixes of nuts, dried fruits, and sometimes even crackers or chocolate.

Trail Mix Around the World

Trail mix isn’t unique to North America; this tasty snack food is enjoyed by many cultures around the world. In Australia and New Zealand, trail mix is called “scroggin” and is considered a food for bushwalking: hiking or backpacking. Other countries refer to it as a food for students; in Germany it’s called “studentenfutter” which translates to student fodder, and in Denmark it’s called “studenterhavre” or student’s oats.

Health Bits & Bites

Choosing trail mixes with a combination of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit, is a delicious way to get a protective source of nutrients. Nuts and seeds are loaded with protein to support strong muscles and keep you feeling full longer. Their dietary fiber and monounsaturated fat content helps protect your heart and may lower LDL “bad” cholesterol levels. Dried fruit contains powerful antioxidants and vitamins to boost your immune system and help you feel energized. Health benefits aside, the combination of tasty nuts and sweet dried fruit makes for a delicious snack!