Movie Munchies

Bi-Rite Market


Everyone can sit back, relax, and get lost in the latest film or binge-worthy show with this tasty assortment of small-batch sweet and salty snacks. Make it a safe group watch event with friends and colleagues by sending everyone a box.

  • Ashby Confections Sour Strips: made with locally sourced organic fruit, these are tart, chewy, and satisfying the biggest four candy cravings. Handmade in small batches in Santa Cruz. 
  • Mitica Quicos: sourced from Spain, these bites are satisfyingly crunchy! Just like the corn nuts of your childhood, these fresh corn kernels have been soaked, fried, and salted.
  • Quinn Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels: there’s no compromising with these bites. You get rich, creamy peanut butter in a crunchy gluten-free pretzel nugget. Made with sorghum, the naturally gluten-free whole grain that takes less water to grow, Quinn made one of our favorite snacks in an incredibly delicious, sustainable way.   
  • RJ’s Signature Licorice: this family owned and operated business from the New Zealand town of Levin, crafts soft licorice that conjures all our favorite, happy childhood memories. 
  • Seely Dark Chocolate Mint Patty:  are handcrafted peppermint fondant patties cloaked in rich, dark Belgian chocolate. The Seely family grows single-cut, premium-quality heirloom Black Mitcham Peppermint and Native Spearmint. The mint is sustainably harvested and has a fresh, unique flavor. 
  • TCHO Pretzel Crunch Chocolate Bar: made in Berkeley, this bar features a killer combination of gluten-free pretzels and fudgy 54% organic dark milk chocolate with a sprinkling of sea salt.
  • Tiny But Mighty Popcorn: is an ancient heirloom variety with a history as robust as its flavor. Their heirloom varietal was discovered by a pioneer family in the 1850’s near Cedar Rapids, Iowa and has been preserved in its original form for several generations and is now cared for and brought to you by GeneLynn and the rest of the Mealhow family.  
  • Unreal Milk Chocolate Gems: these snacks are reminiscent of candies we grew up with, but they’re so much better because they’re made with the good stuff. Those bright colors come from natural sources like red cabbage, beet, carrot, hibiscus, annatto, and more!