Mindful Snacks, located in Toronto, ON, believes in the concept of food as an employee benefit, according to the Financial Post. James Tjan, founder of Mindful Snacks, is supplying a “healthy” snack program to workplaces at no cost to the employees, asking the location to pay for a micro market-like concept with “healthy” snacks. The company, which began in 2012, has more than 50 clients in the Toronto-area, with each client spending between $150 and $3,500 per week on the snack service. The source reports that Tjan hopes public schools will replace their vending machines with his service. Full article.