What’s New: Protein popularity
Protein snacks are growing in popularity, here are our top picks
Barebells’ Salty Peanut Protein Bar is a premium on-the-go snack, made without any added sugar. Other flavours in the range include Cookies & Cream, Caramel Cashew and Coconut-Choco.
Dr Zak’s High Protein Chocolate Chip Cookie contains 15g of protein, is low in sugar and palm oil-free, and is designed to keep shoppers full between meals. It can be merchandised with on-the-go snacks.
Fori’s Oven Baked Chilli Beef Protein Bar is packed with sunflower seeds, cranberries, dates and chilli to make a high-protein snack, suiting customers looking for snacks between meals.
Developed for children age one and over, Kiddylicious Raspberry Crispie Tiddlers come in single-portion bags and are made from real fruit and contain no added sugar.
Love Corn’s Smoked BBQ variant is available in impulse bags and is high in fibre, low in sugar and gluten-free. The product is also available in two other flavours: Habanero Chilli and Sea Salt.
Little Miracles’ range of organic teas and fruit juices contain less than 90 calories per bottle and are marketed as healthy drinks. They are also free from artificial colours, flavours and sweeteners.
Kabuto’s Chilli Chicken Ramen Noodles are made with no additives or preservatives, and simply require the addition of boiling water. Retailers can merchandise it next to other ready meals.
Diablo’s Sugar Free Dark Chocolate with Hazel-nuts bar appeals to shoppers looking for health-ier on-the-go snacks. Its premium packaging also lends itself to a higher price point.
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