34 Degrees Introduces Toasted Onion and Poppy Seed Savory Crisps
Crisps can be consumed as quick snack or with an array of appetizers
34 Degrees, a Denver-based maker of all-natural, wafer-thin crackers, has begun shipping Toasted Onion and Poppy Seed Savory Crisps. The new flavors are the latest innovations to its line of 34 Degrees Savory Crisps.
Like 34 Degrees’ existing line of Savory Crisps, the new, limited edition flavors can be eaten on their own or paired with cheeses, meats, dips and spreads. Look for Toasted Onion and Poppy Seed Savory Crisps to be added to store shelves across the country throughout the fall.
“The Toasted Onion and Poppy Seed Crisps are two flavors we have been talking about for quite awhile, and we are excited to watch our fans explore new pairing creations.”
“Our small but mighty team of nine employees thrives on the pursuit of innovation that will delight our customers and deliver a memorable experience,” said 34 Degrees Founder Craig Lieberman. “The Toasted Onion and Poppy Seed Crisps are two flavors we have been talking about for quite awhile, and we are excited to watch our fans explore new pairing creations.”
Poppy Seed embodies the 34 Degrees obsession with versatility, and acts as a platform for sweet and savory combinations. Favorite pairing ideas include prosciutto and asparagus with crème fraiche, and lemon curd with mascarpone and fresh berries.
The two new flavors join the existing flavors of 34 Degrees Savory Crisps, which include Natural, Sesame, Cracked Pepper, Rosemary and Whole Grain, found near fine cheeses in the deli of your favorite retailers across North America. The suggested manufacturer’s retail price is $3.99-4.99.