But a more perfect replacement would be "the ones."
"Ones" alone sounds kind of abstract and distant. It's the word you'd use if the company didn't offer them: "Ones that let you eat food in season are the most popular. Too bad we don't have those."
But this difference is faint, and I doubt anyone would notice even if they read this sentence three times in close succession with each phrase substituted. They would assert that all three selections were just the same.