Eaters often need to snack on the run — in the car, over a computer or while power-walking to an appointment. We’re working at high speed most of the week, and even taking advantage of our full lunch hour sometimes seems like a luxury we can’t afford.

But sometimes, we’re rushing for no good reason. And sometimes, we could use a veggie wrap with a side of deep-tissue massage.

Mojo Health Bar in South Portland offers a menu of small plates for health-conscious lunchers, as well as an array of fruitful smoothies and shots to amp up their immune systems or energize their minds.

But visitors to the Cottage Road establishment can also order up a “Mojo combo with hot stone” or “Mojo combo with aromatherapy” to cap off a lunch hour.

Massage is always on the menu at Mojo, and sessions run from 15 to 60 minutes in one of the calming massage rooms just off the caf?(The cost ranges from $18 to $85, depending on the session. See mojohealthbar.com for a full list of the offerings.)

Mojo Health Bar’s food menu includes a cool, fresh quinoa salad bowl rimmed by tortilla chips ($4.75), apple slices with almond butter ($2.95), apple salsa with tortilla chips and veggie sticks ($3.75), and hummus with tortilla chips and veggie sticks ($3.75).

A handful of sandwich options include a cream cheese and cucumber sandwich ($3.50), a veggie wrap with hummus spinach, cucumber, tomato and quinoa ($5.75), a falafel, spinach and hummus tomato wrap ($6.25) and the simple, loved-by-all peanut butter and jelly sandwich ($3.75).

As an addition to a meal — or as a snack on its own — customers can pick their favorite fruits to be spun and swirled together in a chilled smoothie.

All smoothies are made to order from fresh fruit, and cost $3.50 for 12 ounces, $4.50 for 16 ounces and $5.50 for 20 ounces.

The smoothie selection includes nature’s best fruit blends, such as the “sunrise” with strawberry, blueberry, banana, coconut milk and apple cider. Or the “ABC,” made with almond butter, banana and coconut milk.

Some have veggies blended in for good measure, such as the “greenie” with blended kale, spinach, pineapple, carrots and coconut milk; or the “mudd” with blueberries, pineapple, celery, coconut, papaya, spinach, kale and apple cider.

There are protein and recovery smoothies ($4 for 12 ounces, $5 for 16 ounces and $6 for 20 ounces) on the menu too, like the “boulder,” made with blueberries, banana, papaya, whey protein and rice milk, or the “muscle XL” with banana, pineapple, coconut milk, raw coconut, whey protein, almonds and flax seed.

Smoothie drinkers are welcome to craft their own from the list of fresh ingredients, including extras (50 cents each) such as goji powder, peanut butter, flax meal, hemp protein, raw coconut and others.

If a bit of caffeine is what your body is begging for, Mojo has an organic espresso bar featuring coffee ($1.50 for 12 ounces), espresso ($1.75), cappuccino ($2.95), chai latte ($3), iced tea ($2), iced latte ($3.25) and others.

Mojo shots — 1-ounce servings of stuff that does your body good — range from $1.50 to $3.25, and include shots for energy, improved digestion and a boosted immune system.

And while rushed eaters can take their veggie wraps and sunset smoothies to go, the mellow caf?nterior and leather couches encourage eaters to dine in and take a load off.

Besides, Mojo’s offerings are a reminder that, while feeding the body is essential to health, so is the fine art of de-stressing. A cup of tea helps ($1.70). So does 30 minutes of tension-releasing massage.

The features staff of The Portland Press Herald anonymously samples meals for about $7.