The Huffington Post Oasis is a place to unplug and recharge at the Republican and Democratic conventions. The wellness-focused retreat is a place for everyone -- delegates, politicians, members of the media and more. Part of the unplugging and recharging at the Oasis necessarily involves a little sustenance as well, and the Oasis has you completely covered (and so does Marcus Samuelsson).

There are about a dozen different food and drink options to choose from, all from brands that demonstrate a commitment to sustainability and health. Check out the options at the Huffington Post Oasis below:

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  • Lyfe Kitchen

    This good-for-you chain company was started by a former McDonald's executive. The goal of the company is to create a healthy version of fast food, and in the process, transform the state of agriculture in the United States. Not a bad vision from a guy who went from Big Macs to brussel sprouts. <a href="http://www.wired.com/business/2012/07/ff_lyfekitchens/all/" target="_hplink"><em>Wired</em> recently published an excellent article</a> on Lyfe Kitchen, suggesting it may be the "future" of food. Here's the menu at the Oasis: <strong>Breakfast:</strong> Steel Cut Oatmeal with quinoa & mixed fruit Farmer's Market Frittata with Mushrooms, Goat Cheese & Sweet Potato Hash <strong>Lunch & Dinner:</strong> Whole Grain Pilaf with sweet & zesty vegetable peperonata Turkey Meatballs with whole grain penne pasta & tomato sauce Sweet Chile Beef with nine-grain pilaf & steamed vegetables Orange Mango Chicken with Whole Grains, Kale & Broccoli Chicken Chile Verde with Corn Polenta and Black Beans Lemon-Spiced Barramundi with Market Greens, Mushrooms and Soba Noodles <strong>Snacks:</strong> Blueberry Greek Yogurt Bar Strawberry Greek Yogurt Bar <a href="http://www.wired.com/business/2012/07/ff_lyfekitchens/all/" target="_hplink">Lyfe Kitchen</a>

  • KIND Snacks

    KIND offers all natural fruit and nut bars. The company was founded in 2003 and prides itself on saying "and" instead of "or." The company states: <blockquote>We choose healthy and tasty, convenient and wholesome, economically sustainable and socially impactful.</blockquote> <a href="http://www.kindsnacks.com/our-story" target="_hplink">KIND Snacks</a>

  • POM Wonderful

    Unless you've been living under a rock, you're probably familiar with POM Wonderful, the juice that almost single-handedly changed the status of the overlooked pomegranate in the United States. Beyond pomegranate juice, the company also has a growing line of other products as well. <a href="http://www.pomwonderful.com/" target="_hplink">POM Wonderful</a>

  • Olympus Yogurt

    Everyone is talking about Greek yogurt these days -- the state of New York recently held a <a href="http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/08/governor-cuomo-holds-yogurt-summit.html" target="_hplink">yogurt summit</a> in honor of the beloved dairy. Olympus Yogurt offers Greek yogurt in a variety of forms, from fat-free to 10 percent fat. The 10 varieties range from plain to flavors with fruit and honey. <a href="http://www.olympusdairyusa.com/" target="_hplink">Olympus Yogurt</a>

  • Palo Root Tea

    This is a caffeine-free tea that is brewed from mamajuana, a blend of healthy roots and herbs traditionally prepared by indigenous people around the Dominican Republic. <a href="http://drinkpalo.com/" target="_hplink">Palo Root Tea</a>

  • Vita Coco Coconut Water

    Wondering what that drink Rihanna is sporting in those ads? Vita Coco has grown from being available in a handful of stores on the East Coast to now being offered in over 17,000 retail stores nationally. The company prides itself on the natural hydration aspects. <a href="http://vitacoco.com/our-products/" target="_hplink">Vita Coco</a>

  • Theo Chocolate

    Theo Chocolate is an organic, fair trade chocolate company based out of Seattle. The company's chief sales and marketing guru, Debra Music, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/02/food-informants-theo-chocolate_n_1459068.html" target="_hplink">participated in our Food Informants series</a> in May. She offers an inside look at what goes on at Theo, and how they spread their brand gospel. <a href="http://theochocolate.com/" target="_hplink">Theo Chocolate</a>

  • Justin's Nut Butters

    There's a wide world of nut butters that go way beyond peanuts. Think honey almond, chocolate hazelnut and more. The small batch nut butters are made with natural and organic ingredients. <a href="http://www.justinsnutbutter.com/" target="_hplink">Justin's Nut Butters</a>

  • Fiji Water

    Fiji Water was founded in -- you guessed it -- Fiji, in 1996. It is available in more than 40 countries worldwide. <a href="http://www.fijiwater.com/" target="_hplink">Fiji Water</a>

  • Sambazon

    Pomegranate isn't the only superfood out there -- acai has a big piece of the pie too. Sambazon offers a range of acai beverages and frozen food products. <a href="http://www.sambazon.com/" target="_hplink">Sambazon</a>

  • Balance Water

    Balance Water contains essences of Australian wildflowers but remain unflavored and have zero calories or additives. <a href="http://www.drinkbalance.com/" target="_hplink">Balance Water</a>