5 Whole Foods Products You Won't Believe Exist

Head to your local Whole Foods and you'll encounter a wide array of products. If you have a shopping list you're zooming through, it's easy to miss the fact that there are a lot of products for sale that you might consider to be a little... offbeat. Here are five.

Carrot Tropical Greens Fruit & Veggie BarsBananakale

, kiwi, pear, kale, and spinach team up in these fruit and vegetable bars. And  continues on its path to world domination. 

Engine 2 Plant-Strong Thai Basil Edamame BurgersveganNon-GMO

This burger (which is from Engine 2, a diet-friendly line made exclusively for Whole Foods) is , gluten-free, contains no cholesterol or saturated fat, and is  Project Verified. It's made with a soybean and brown rice base, and additional ingredients include sweet potato, red quinoa, rolled oats, radishes, sesame seeds, and basil. 

Fit Sticks in Tropical Hibiscuspotatohibiscus

These single-serve sticks are made with  protein, which supposedly helps you feel full when you don't have time to eat. These ones also contain  flower extract. 

Nacho Cheese Cashewsnacho cheesecashews

Ever dunk your cashews in ? No? Well you might want to after trying these nacho cheese-flavored , which are coated with Cheddar cheese, buttermilk, paprika, garlic powder, and parsley.

Blueberry Pancake Pork Sausageblueberriesmaple syruppancakes

We're going to guess that these sausages contain  and  (and probably not much in the way of ), but the name alone stopped us dead in our tracks.