Published on April 7, 2020

It is a universally acknowledged truth that when you’re working mere steps away from your kitchen, it is nearly impossible to resist grabbing a bite to eat every couple of hours. And luckily, there are plenty of ways you can keep your cabinet stocked with all the savory and sweet things that satisfy virtually any craving. These delivery options let you support small businesses and charitable organizations, all while ensuring you have plenty of things to choose from the next time you find yourself wondering what to eat next.

If You Love a Bit of Everything

Try: Pop Up Grocer‘s limited-edition box.
What it is: A selection of merch and health-conscious treats that might just expand your palette by introducing you to something new (mushroom jerky, anyone?). Ten percent of sales goes to Feeding America, too.
Standout snack: Keetz Plant Bites, which are satisfying, energy-boosting snacks made of dates, seeds, coconut, and more.

If You Want a Little Treat

Try: The Goods Mart‘s Surprise Box.
What it is: A package of “better-for-you” eats that range from grain-free tortilla chips to spicy seaweed crisps to Tate’s chocolate chip cookies. With assorted sizes priced respectively at $20, $40, and $60, you can pick the option that’s best for your budget. Plus, 10 percent of each purchase benefits the Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation.
Standout snack: Bjorn Qorn—the nutritional yeast-topped popcorn that might be even better than what you get at the movie theater.

If You Like to Have Options

Try: An order from Bubble.
What it is: An online grocery store that has healthy versions of your pantry staples and snacks galore, all from independent brands and makers.
Standout snack: Hella, Bubble’s own chocolate-hazelnut spread, is good enough to eat straight from the jar. For a limited time you can get it infused with CBD, too (with a portion of proceeds benefiting essential workers).

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