Bare Snacks has expanded its portfolio of vegetable snack products by introducing a new range of vegetable chips for the US market.
Three varieties of vegetable-based chips are included in the range: Beet Chips, Carrot Chips and Sweet Potato Chips, all of which will be available in two flavours.
Beetroot chips and will be available in sea salt and salt & vinegar flavours, carrot chips boasts sea salt and ranch flavours, while the sweet potato chips will have both sea salt and barbecue versions.
All chips in the range are made with real vegetables, are baked rather than fried, contain no oils or artificial ingredients and are gluten-free.
Santosh Padki, CEO of Bare Snacks said: “Our new beet, carrot and sweet potato chips are a fresh take on veggie chips that everyone can root for.
“Unlike other veggie snacks that are often fried or made with starchy powders and oil, our new veggie chips are a truly clean option made with real vegetables and nothing extra.
“We’ve discovered a new way to make veggies snack-able and are excited for everyone to try our crunchy and delicious chips.”
Bare’s new vegetable chips are available in 40g bags from retailers nationwide in the US, and each flavour has a suggested retail price of $4.29.
The release of the new product comes a week after Bare Snacks was acquired by PepsiCo, though Bare Snacks will continue to operate independently once the deal is closed, reporting to PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay North America division.
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