Crispy Green Launches New FruitziO Kiwi

Crispy Green Launches New FruitziO Kiwi

Food & Drink

Crispy Green Launches New FruitziO Kiwi


Crispy Green Inc., the maker of Crispy Green premium Crispy Fruit and FruitziO® freeze-dried fruit snacks, has announced the addition of FruitziO Kiwi to its growing line of all-natural, wholesome, 100-calorie FruitziO product line. The announcement was made at the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco.

FruitziO Kiwi locks in the delicious tangy taste of kiwi fruit to combine the delightful pairing of sweet and tart taste minus the fuzzy brown exterior into a light, sweet and crunchy snack that kids and adults can enjoy anytime, anywhere.

Made with the finest freeze-dried kiwi fruit slices with just a hint of pure cane sugar, FruitziO Kiwi combines the wholesomeness of fresh kiwi with a sweet and tart taste to create an exciting new flavor sensation. Packaged in convenient, travel-friendly, moisture-free 25-gram (.88-ounce) resalable pouches, FruitziO is a fun and delicious way to add more fruit into your diet, the company says.

Like all other FruitziO products, FruitziO Kiwi does not contain preservatives (including sulfides), fat, cholesterol or sodium and are vegan-friendly and are peanut/tree nut free, gluten-free and dairy free and are kosher certified.

FruitziO Kiwi contains natural fruit fiber and nutrients and is nutritionally equivalent to their fresh counterparts and provides 80 percent of the daily-recommended amount of vitamin C per serving.

The products have resalable packaging, long shelf life (36 months) and portability, making FruitziO an excellent choice for people looking for a healthy and fun alternative to traditional snack chips or candy.

For more information, visit the Crispy Green website.

For more on the Fancy Food Show, see links below.


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