Published On: Sun, Mar 1st, 2020

Natural Products Expo West 2020 to see debut of 34 Degrees Snaps baked chickpea snacking thins

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34 Degrees, a Colorado-based snacking crackers manufacturer, will unveil its latest product range of baked chickpea snacking thins Snaps at the Natural Products Expo West 2020 in Anaheim, California.

Snaps, which come in three savory varieties including Sea Salt, Umami, and Everything, will be available starting in April 2020.

The baked chickpea snacking thins range is made using steamed chickpea flour which makes it naturally gluten-free.

According to 34 Degrees, each of the baked chickpea thins is coated lightly with seasoning on the outside.

Each pack of 34 Degrees Snaps comes with three grams of protein per serving, is non-GMO, and does not contain any dairy and nuts.

34 Degrees Snaps will come in resealable 3.2oz pouches, priced at $3.99.

34 Degrees Snaps baked chickpea snacking thins

34 Degrees Snaps baked chickpea snacking thins to be launched at the Natural Products Expo West 2020. Photo courtesy of Business Wire.

Craig Lieberman – founder and president of 34 Degrees, commenting on the launch of the 34 Degrees Snaps baked chickpea snacking thins at the Natural Products Expo West 2020, said: “We wanted to create a whole new snacking experience with Snaps. Our original entertaining line was designed to be paired with and complement other ingredients, so the herbs and spices we use are baked directly into the crisps to impart a subtle flavor that won’t overpower the pairing.

“However, Snaps are bursting with flavors specific for snacking. For example, Umami is a tsunami of deliciousness including savory, sweet and spicy notes. We’re confident consumers will love Snaps by the handful whether at tailgates, BBQs or just to fulfill everyday cravings for something light, crispy and delicious.”

Last November, 34 Degrees launched Original Gluten-Free Crisps, its first gluten-free chickpea-based, gluten-free crisp brand, which is available at certain Whole Foods Markets.

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