Bare Snacks Debuts 3 New Veggie Chips

Line extension is first product launch since purchase by PepsiCo

SAN FRANCISCO -- Healthy snacking company Bare Snacks has debuted three new varieties of oven-baked veggie chips to its line of Snacks Gone Simple: Beet Chips, Carrot Chips and Sweet Potato Chips. All are available now at retailers nationwide.

“Unlike other veggie snacks that are often fried or made with starchy powders and oil, our new veggie chips are a truly clean option made with real vegetables and nothing extra,” said Santosh Padki, CEO of Bare Snacks. “We’ve discovered a new way to make veggies snackable and are excited for everyone to try our crunchy and delicious chips.”

Each variety comes in a Sea Salt flavor and one additional option. Bare Snack’s Beet Chips also come in a Salt & Vinegar option, while the Carrot Chips take on Ranch and the Sweet Potato Chips come in Barbecue. All flavors contain 3 to 4 grams of protein and are available for a suggested retail price of $4.29 per bag.

The launch is the first by the company since it was acquired by Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo in late May for an undisclosed amount. The deal allows Bare Snacks to continue normal operations while reporting to PepsiCo’s Plano, Texas-based Frito-Lay North America division.

San Francisco-based Bare Snacks produces fruit and vegetable chips in various flavors, including apple, banana, coconut, beet, carrot and sweet potato.


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