Quakers Quakes Snacks Now Called Quaker Popped

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Consumers who loved Quaker Quakes should now look for Quaker Popped in the snack aisle. It's the same great taste with a new name and look to better represent the attributes of the product.

Manufactured by Chicago-based Quaker Oats Company, a division of PepsiCo, Quaker Popped are made from whole grain brown rice and corn, with 10 to 13 grams of whole grain per serving and zero grams of trans fat. Plus, the bite-sized snacks are popped, not fried, which means lower fat compared to some fried snacks.

To match the new name, Quaker Popped packaging features a fun, new logo and a bright color scheme to reflect the vibrant 14 flavors that the snack comes in, including classics favorites such as Cheddar Cheese, Caramel Corn and Apple Cinnamon, as well as trendy combinations such as Chipotle Cheddar and Sweet & Salty Mix.

Available at grocery stores nationwide, a 3-oz. bag, which is considered three servings, has a suggested retail price of $2.00.

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