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Kashi's New Plant-Centric Snacks are Made with Exotic Ingredients

 - Aug 15, 2016
References: kashi & chewboom
Kashi recently debuted a new range of plant-centric snacks that draw on flavors from all over the world. These days, consumers are not only looking for healthier food products, but they are also looking for bold and exciting flavors that turn eating into an experience rather than just a way to ward off hunger. This new snack food range taps into the demand for more exotic flavors by drawing inspiration from global cuisine.

The new range of plant-centric snacks from Kashi is comprised of savory bars, quinoa bowls and crackers. The Savory Snack Bars are gluten-free and made with unique ingredients such as roasted red peppers and herbs from the Andean region. Similarly, the Quinoa Bowls draw on South American flavors for a flavorful blend of whole grains and veggies. Finally, the Teff Thins are North African-inspired crackers made from the gluten-free grain teff and seasoned with smoky ingredients.