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“Jetibles” from the same company offering hotel pillow treats are now available as 110 different snacks in chocolates, cookies and biscotti, fruits, snack mixes, nuts and popcorn, and candies. An icon of a stylized jet is on each packet.  
Image courtesy of Torn Ranch.

Jetibles are made by Torn Ranch, a producer of specialty foods whose gift items and food offerings are available both at five-star hotels and resorts as well at first class FBOs worldwide. More than 500 members of the National Business Aviation Association are already Torn Ranch and Jetibles customers.

Have a snack craving during the show? NBAA convention attendees can sample Jetibles themselves by visiting Torn Ranch at NBAA Booth 848 in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

These are not from the snack shelf of your nearest Costco. Jetibles are "not your ordinary bags of stale pretzels and dull peanuts,” says Rich Shaffer, sales and marketing director for Torn Ranch. “We offer a host of gourmet snacks ranging from chocolate raspberries and dark chocolate sea salt caramels to lemon biscotti, coconut macaroons, Turkish apricots and asiago cheese biscuits.”

There are even Bloody Mary cashews and peanut butter chocolate chip cookies.

Jetibles are available as all-natural, organic, gluten-free, and vegan snacks. Approximately 80 percent of Jetibles are produced from natural products as well as from sustainable resources.

“Because the NBAA community is so important to us, we have a dedicated section of Torn Ranch’s website exclusively for you,” adds Shaffer. NBAA members who visit the Torn Ranch website may access the password-protected NBAA area by clicking on "FLIGHTS," and entering the username "JETS" and the password "JETS."

Alton Marsh

Alton K. Marsh

Freelance journalist
Alton K. Marsh is a former senior editor of AOPA Pilot and is now a freelance journalist specializing in aviation topics.
Topics: National Business Aviation Association

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