Product Review: Steve’s Paleo Goods

All of us lead busy lives. Especially during the summer.  Sometimes we have to depend on a few convenience foods to help us throughout the day.  That is where Steve’s Paleo Goods comes in.  Steve’s Paleo Goods started back in 2007 when Steve was working for his father’s exterminating business.  His real passion has always been health and fitness.  After getting to know some young teens on his inner-city route, he decided to invite them to work out with him at a local park.  He wanted to make sure these kids had some healthy food for lunches, so he began to pack jerky, dried fruit and nuts that would keep in their backpacks.  That is how the Paleo Kit was born.  Now 8 years later, Steve offers many products.  I was lucky enough to sample a few.

Steve's Paleo Goods

The grain free granola was so delicious!  These are all great foods for you to take on the go.  Camping, hiking, biking or anything else.  These products are all made with real ingredients you can stand behind.  All Steve’s Paleo Goods products contain:

  • no gluten
  • no soy
  • no dairy
  • no artificial preservatives


Paleo Granola

For example, the ingredients in the granola pictured above: Raw almonds, shredded coconut, raw pumpkin seeds, raw walnuts, raw pecans, raw sunflower seeds, coconut oil, honey and cinnamon.

Even after 8 years, their mission has not changed.  Every day, 50 young athletes from the streets of Camden City, NJ come to work out at Steve’s Club, the gym inside Steve’s Paleo Goods.  Every purchase you make is helping to change lives.  Steve donates 15% of every purchase to Steve’s Club National Program that has 28 local clubs around the country.

Steve’s Paleo Goods is also going to give away some PaleoKrunch and dried fruit to one lucky reader.  You may enter via the Rafflecopter widget below.  Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

In addition to the giveaway, Steve’s Paleo Goods would like to extend My Whole Food Life readers with a 10% discount code for the duration of the giveaway. Just use the code “mywholefoodlife” to get the 10% off.  This is good until July 16th.


Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Steve’s Paleo Goods, but opinions are all my own.  The end.

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8 thoughts to “Product Review: Steve’s Paleo Goods”

  1. Hi. I love many of the paleo concepts- no dairy no refined sugar no grains but I am a vegetarian and I want to know how do I do the Paleo diet not eating the meat and still get my protein
    1. I don't eat meats. You can still get plenty of protein from plants. Grains, beans, nuts and seeds have protein as do many vegetables.

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