Washington D.C. City Snack Pack

Washington D.C. Snack Box
  1. Capital KettleCorn - A family-owned, veteran-owned business, Capitol KettleCorn creates signature gourmet kettle popcorn with some very D.C. friendly names. Flavors like Filibuster Butter, Constitutional Cheddar, and Scandal Lemon Thyme get any snacker ready to get a taste of the nation's capital! You can find their popcorn online or at one of the many farmers markets around the D.C. metro area
  2. Together We Bake - Together We Bake is a comprehensive workforce training and personal development program for underserved and underrepresented women. The nonprofit helps women gain useful, transferable workforce skills which allows them to find employment and become self sufficient. TWB has four 8-week sessions every year with a program completion rate of over 90%! Their goal of empowering women has led to a tasty product line for anyone to enjoy.
  3. Snacklins - Snacklins was born in the kitchen of a Washington D.C. barbecue joint in 2015 when chef and radio personality Samy Kobrosly became obsessed with the idea of making a meat-free pork rind. After rounds of experimentation, he landed on a recipe made of simple ingredients: yuca, mushroom, and onion. In 2019, Kobrosly scored a deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank, propelling his business even further. Snacklins has big flavors but their team remains small!
  4. Oh-Mazing Food - Owner Stephanie Williams has always believed in providing healthy, natural, "from scratch" meals for her family. Over time, she developed her own granola recipe to provide an alternative to the unhealthy snacks that pack American grocery store shelves. Her snacks instantly became a hit in the D.C. area! Her snackable granola is nut free, wheat free, and made with organic ingredients. The Original Recipe blend has a sweet caramel flavor that makes it so yummy.
  5. Route 11 Potato Chips - Founded in 1992, Route 11 Potato Chips has been making high quality snacks for over 25 years! In 2008, Route 11 designed and built out a state of the art facility which has allowed them to grow while still making their old fashioned kettle cooked chips. Their product is still made in small batches using high-oleic sunflower oil and all-natural, unrefined Real Salt. No shortcuts here! Only crunchy, curly, flavorful chips!
  6. Whisked - Jenna Huntsberger started Whisked in 2011. She knew the comforting power of homemade baked goods when she signed up for a farmers market to sell her treats. Today, her treats can be found in over 200 D.C. and Philadelphia area shops and restaurants. Her made-to-order treats are fresh and delicious and can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. Her vegan cookies have a limited shelf life, so munch them up quickly!