Atlas Snacks is a small company founded in Natchez, Mississippi, the oldest settlement on the Mississippi river.
In 2013, my wife and I began a Paleo lifestyle. Anyone who eats Paleo knows that it can sometimes be a lot of work prepping the food you need to make it through the week. Most importantly, for those moments between lunch and dinner when you just need a snack, you want something quick and healthy so you aren't tempted to eat poorly. We started to make our own No-Grain Granola - the perfect calorie and protein dense, slightly sweet, easy snack. After a while, we couldn't go a day without it.
We thought if we were in need of a product like this, other people might be too. The rest is history.
All of our food is handmade with natural, healthy, wholesome ingredients. Although some of our dried fruit has added sugar (most dried fruits do), we strive to use all-natural, fresh, sugar and preservative free ingredients whenever possible. We care about what we put in our bodies and we care what you put in yours. :) What you see is what you get and we're proud to share our creations with you.
If you're new to the Paleo diet, you're likely at the stage where you question whether the things you are eating count as Paleo or not. One thing you've probably learned so far is that refined sugars and sweeteners should be removed from your diet. So what about Honey? Short Answer: Honey is okay in moderation on a Paleo Diet. Longer Answer (but still short): There is a ton of information online concerning the pros and cons of including Honey in a Paleo diet. A simple Google search will return plenty of blog posts, studies, and opinions on the subject. We've checked out all the information and condensed it into this easy to digest list. You can thank us later....