The Barnana Plantain Chips have been unveiled by the brand as a new lineup of snacks that are crafted from upcycled plantains to make the most of what might otherwise go to waste. The snacks are fried in organic coconut oil to increase the nutritional benefit of the product, while also boasting a USDA Organic certification, vegan profile, Paleo recipe and a Project Non-GMO verified approval.
The chips come in three flavor options including 'Acapulco Lime,' 'Himalayan Pink Sea Salt' and 'Sea Salt & Vinegar (with Apple Cider)' to offer a flavorful option for all.
Speaking on the new Barnana Plantain Chips, CEO Caue Suplicy said, "This is a very exciting time in our company's history. We have made an item that is truly unique in its form factor, packaging and its next level of deliciousness. These plantain chips are going to disrupt one of the biggest snacking categories."
The Barnana Plantain Chips are Fried in Coconut Oil
1. Upcycled Snacks - Crafting snacks from upcycled ingredients presents a disruptive innovation opportunity in the snacking industry.
2. Coconut Oil Frying - Utilizing organic coconut oil for frying offers a disruptive innovation opportunity to enhance nutritional benefits in food products.
3. Plant-based Snacks - The rise of plant-based snacks provides a disruptive innovation opportunity to cater to the growing demand for vegan and Paleo-friendly options.
1. Snack Food - The snack food industry can capitalize on the trend of upcycled snacks and plant-based options to diversify product offerings.
2. Organic Food - The use of organic coconut oil for frying presents an innovation opportunity in the organic food industry, especially for snack production.
3. Health Food - Health food companies can tap into the trend of plant-based snacks to meet the demands of health-conscious consumers.