In 1980, the Cunningham family started RollinGreens, a food truck that offered organic and local food around Boulder for three years before the family moved on to other pursuits. Fast-forward to 2011, when the youngest Cunningham son, Ryan, and his wife, Lindsey, revived the truck, serving healthy street food around Boulder and Denver for five years. Today, the truck is officially retired, but RollinGreens continues to provide natural, organic food via its yummy Millet Tots.

Available in the frozen section, Millet Tots are a good-tasting, good-for-you alternative to traditional tater tots. “We describe them as an American classic with a Boulder twist,” says Lindsey Cunningham. The company is proud to use locally sourced millet from Sterling, Colorado. “Millet is a very healthy, alkalizing grain that is easily digestible and full of protein and fiber,” Lindsey says.

Available in three flavors—Original, Italian Herb and Spicy-Sweet—the crispy bites are organic, vegan, non-GMO, and soy- and gluten-free. Learn more at rollingreens.com.