#Snack Tuesday this week features exciting new products from CanDo, 88 Acres, Mindright, Greater Goods and The Good Bean
CanDo launches new Keto Krisp flavor
CanDo, maker of low-carb and low-sugar Keto Krisp bars, has launched its newest flavor, Dark Chocolate Almond Sea Salt.
The newDark Chocolate Almond Sea Salt flavor is a krispy take on a classic combination of rich dark chocolate perfectly complemented by a hint of sea salt and almonds.
Each bar maintains well-rounded macros including 11g of protein, 8g of fiber, 4 net carbs, and only 2g of sugar, making it the perfect guilt-free sweet treat or pre-fitness snack.
Like all of Keto Krisp’s delicious flavors, Dark Chocolate Almond Sea Salt is gluten-free, and of course, keto-friendly. The bar is available online at US$35.99/12-pack, and in select retailers across the US including Whole Foods Market, Costco, Sprouts, Wegmans, Publix, and HEB.
88 Acres launches Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Seed + Oat Bar
88 Acres has released its Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Seed + Oat Bar, now available for purchase on its website.
The nut-free, gluten-free, non-GMO, and vegan Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Seed + Oat Bars are soft-baked for a chewy texture, just like a cookie. The bars are made with creamy chocolate chips and a hint of Australian sea salt.
88 Acres is an allergen-free sustainability focused healthy food brand powered by seeds. 88 Acres sources from organic, all-natural, nutrient-rich ingredients and all products are made in small batches in its very own Boston-based ZERO Food Waste bakery to ensure quality and freshness. All products are free of the Top 9 Allergens, palm oil, and artificial ingredients.
88 ACRES is sold at Amazon, Walmart, Whole Foods, Target, Wegmans, and Sprouts, among other US retailers.
Mindright debuts nootropic-infused chips
Mindright, a maker of “good mood superfood” snack bars, is launching a line of nootropic-infused popped chips. The never-fried snacks feature the brand’s signature brain-boosting formula and are available in chili lime, cinnamon churro and turmeric ranch varieties.
The chips deliver a crunchy, crispy texture and are grain-free, gluten-free and low in sugar. They are vegan friendly and made without preservatives, artificial colors, dyes or flavorings.”
The functional chips are available on Amazon for US$4.99 per bag.
Greater Goods launches with three new snack product ranges
Clean-label snack brand, The Greater Goods Snacking Co., is launching into the US market with three new product ranges including crackers, cookies and biscotti.
The cracker varieties include Tangy Tomato & Basil, Caramelized Onion and Sea Salt variants, while the cookie product line consists of Cinnamon Snickerdoodle, Chocolate Chip and Chai Spice flavours.
The brand will also be launching biscotti in Orange Cranberry, Dark Chocolate Sea Salt and Double Dark Chocolate Pistachio variations.
Greater Goods’ crackers and cookies will retail at US$4.99, varying by location, while the brand’s biscotti will retail for US$5.49, depending on location.
The snacks are now available on the brand’s website and will be available on Amazon and in select retailers soon.
The Good Bean debuts line of snacking beans
US chickpea snacks manufacturer, The Good Bean, has announced the launch of a line of Black Edamame snacking beans.
Black Edamame is available in three flavours, Thai Chili & Lime Leaf, Wasabi and Sea Salt. The plant-based snack provides 11g of protein and 4g of net carbs per serving, as well as being all-natural, gluten-free and non-GMO.
The new range will be available at select Sprouts stores for an SRP of US$4.99 per 113g bag.
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