Oh So Healthy! offers a fun and nutritious line of new guilt-free snacking treats made from 100% real fruits. Each of our products is prepared using the most natural ingredients and without any frying or oil. Enjoy this all-natural and fresh new way of snacking on your favorite fruits.
Sustainability & Diversity
Our commitment is to deliver products that help support the local agriculture. We source our products from local producers that advocates for a sustainable and diversified future for farmers.
Nutrition & Wellness
We only use high-quality ingredients that are both tasty and good for you. Filled with nutrients that your body needs, our products do not contain unhealthy fats, artificial sweeteners, and preservatives.
Quality & Safety
We comply with all internal and external food safety, regulatory, quality and legal requirements at all times. We seek to carry & monitor responsible practices throughout our supply chain.
The most critical aspect of our brand is our integrity. Maintaining a strong moral compass is central to our business.
Our creativity and critical thinking fuel our growth. With our expert food scientists, we strive to be the best, most nutritious, and most innovative snacking choice for you.
Knowledge is power. We strive to be analytical in every way to provide the best products to our consumers
We aim to help everyone be the best versions of themselves and live an inspired life starting with the food they eat.
Our entire team is incredibly passionate about health, nutrition, flavor and environmental sustainability.
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Please leave us a message if you want us on your store shelves! We are open to wholesale purchasing and/or retail inquiries. We'd love to answer any of your questions.
In the news
Oh So Healthy! is a healthy alternative to fried chips. Produced in Valenzuela City, the brand mixes different fruits together and dehydrates them to create crunchy fruit chips. They currently have three variants: purple yam banana coconut; mango sweet potato banana, and guava purple yam banana.