Wholesome Snack Foods for Kids Fool The Eye, Please The PalateBoulder, Colo.-based Snikiddy, manufacturer of wholesome snacks for kids - introduces Snikiddy All-Natural Baked Fries.
Flavors include Original, Cheddar Cheese, Parmesan Garlic and Classic Ketchup. Made with simple and pure ingredients including real cheese and potatoes, they are gluten and wheat free, and made without hydrogenated oils, high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, colors and preservatives.
I sampled the Parmesan Garlic and they taste great, look like french fries, and are perfect for both kids and adults looking for a healthy snack.
"We are excited about the newest addition to the Snikiddy family," says Mary Schulman, founder and EVP of marketing. "We are thrilled to offer a healthful tasty alternative to the typical fried snacks such as potato chips, veggie sticks and veggie chips. In addition, our Baked Fries are gluten free, adding another great snack option for families living a gluten-free lifestyle. The crunchy, savory baked fries have 50 percent less fat than regular potato chips, making them a favorite of families seeking out healthy snack options."
Available in Sharing Packs (four or five servings per container) at Whole Foods Market, Toys"R"Us, Safeway and Kroger stores nationwide, the suggested retail price is $2.49.
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