7 Vending Machine Snacks for Your Low-Carb Diet

    [fa icon="clock-o"] Sep 13, 2019 2:38:37 PM [fa icon="user"] Vending Group


    A low-carb diet is an excellent way to loose weight and stay healthy. From the Keto to Atkins, there are several variations of diets that aim to reduce the amount of carbohydrates you consume. But as we all know, there are times where following a strict diet becomes a challenge. For example, when you're busy at work and find yourself at the vending machine for a quick snack to hold you over. We've all been there.

    But there's good news: low-carb vending machine snacks are available. What are they? Here are seven options to help keep you on track.

    Low-Carb Snack Options for Vending Machines


    1. Meat Sticks

    We're not talking Slim Jims here. There are many brands that vending operators can choose from that provide beef jerky, an great snack that is high in protein and low in carbs.

    2. Pork Rinds

    If you're on the Keto diet, pork rinds are a near-perfect snack. They have zero carbs and are high in fat.

    3. Peanuts

    A hotly debated topic in some circles is whether or not peanuts actually are low carb. But if you break it down into servings, 1-ounce of dry-roasted peanuts yields 6 grams of carbs. 

    4. Low-Carb Protein Bars

    Some protein bars are loaded with sugar. But there are brands whose products are made with low-carb dieters in mind. Atlas Bars, for instance, is a great snack to have stocked in your vending machine.

    5. Pistachios

    Another low-carb option for vending machines are Pistachios. A 1-ounce serving (about 48 nuts) contains 8 grams of carbohydrates.

    6. Almonds

    Like other types of nuts, the amount of carbs in almonds can add up. It's key not to eat too much as one serving contains 6 grams of carbs.

    7. Low-Carb Chips

    Most potato chips are pretty high in carbs, but companies like Quest make them with the low-carb dieter in mind.


    If you're vending machine is lacking in low-carb snacks, contact your vending service provider to discuss switching out products to better suit your needs.



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