Snikiddy Launches Exclusive Eat Your Vegetables Flavors

EYV Curry Snikiddy, a line of  snacks made from simple, real-food ingredients, has announced that two new Eat Your Vegetables flavors, Korean Barbeque and Curry, are launching exclusively in Whole Foods Markets in the mid-Atlantic and Rocky Mountain region. The new South Asian-inspired varieties will be available in more than 60 Whole Foods Market stores throughout Colorado, Kansas, Maryland, New Mexico, Utah, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. starting in mid-November, with plans to expand to additional regions after 60 days.

“Like many American families, we love Asian food in our house, and these new spicy and sweet Curry and Korean Barbeque flavors allow Snikiddy to tap into a broader audience who is searching for more exotic and flavorful snacks,” says Mary Schulman, founder and executive vice president of marketing for Snikiddy. “These bold new flavors combine the most popular and delectable ingredients from Southern Asian cuisine into every savory crisp, for a truly global snacking experience. We worked long and hard to perfect these new flavors and are thrilled to debut these worldly snacks to Whole Foods shoppers!”

EYV Korean BarbequeLike all other Eat Your Vegetables varieties, the new Curry and Korean Barbeque crisps are made with eight vegetables including kale, broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, navy beans, carrots and shitake mushrooms, and provide a full serving of vegetables per ounce. Snikiddy Eat Your Vegetables are a good source of vitamin A, C, E, B1, B6 and antioxidants, company officials say. The snacks also provide three grams of fiber and three grams of protein per serving from a proprietary blend of beans and brown rice. All Snikiddy snacks are certified gluten- and wheat-free, made with non-GMO ingredients, and are peanut and tree nut free. Snikiddy Eat Your Vegetables are available in other  flavors including: Sea Salt, Sour Cream & Onion, Jalapeno Ranch, Italian Herb & Olive Oil, Soy Ginger and Sea Salt & Lime.

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