Palmonds are the debut product from AKA Snacks, which take the form of sprouted, dehydrated and flavored almond snacks that are available in spicy, savory, sweet and salty-sweet varieties. The free-from snacks are made without soy, gluten and dairy, making them not only appealing to vegan and paleo consumers but also ingredient-conscious individuals who are looking to avoid certain additions. The nut snacks are simply seasoned with organic spices, coconut sugar and coconut aminos, which is used as an alternative to soy sauce.
Palmonds share 10 grams of plant-based protein per serving and they can be purchased in flavors like Sweet BBQ, Spicy Nacho, Salty Sweet and Cinnamon Sugar. Unlike many nut snacks, these nutritious ones set themselves apart for being light, crunchy, completely oil-free and unroasted.
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AKA Snacks' Flavored Palmonds are Dehydrated, Oil-Free & Unroasted
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