I think my favorite sample there was Mitten Munch's berry lemonade trail mix bar. These bars do have some sugar in them, but I think they are great for a once and awhile convenient treat. Here are the ingredients listed on my package:
"organic rolled oats, organic tapioca syrup, almonds, apple juice concentrate, pistachios, dried fruit (blueberries, raspberries, cane sugar, sunflower oil), organic coconut flour, chia seed, organic flax seed, cold pressed coconut oil, organic sunflower oil, organic lemon oil, freeze dried lemons, organic vanilla powder (vanilla bean, maltodextrin)"
I am kind of concerned with the maltodextrin, though, and would like to know their source.
First was the Avalon 313 bread. Ingredients: "water, organic wheat flour, organic whole wheat flour, sugar, canola oil, sea salt, yeast"
The second was the Great Lakes Potato Chip Co.'s barbecue flavored chips. Ingredients: "potatoes, sunflower and/or canola oil, sugar, salt, paprika, spice, garlic powder, smoke flavor (maltodextrin, natural hickory smoke flavor), less than 2% silicon dioxide added to prevent caking"
I was really concerned about the canola oils, maltodextrin and the silicon dioxide.
I really love Door to Door, they are a great company. They have awesome produce, great customer service and they are really convenient. I do wish that they had stricter guidelines when it came to the other food they sell, though. It seems that they like to sell local food -- even if it's not really the best quality. I'll still be ordering from them for things like produce and eggs.. but buy my other things at the grocery store or health food store.