Annie Chun's Launches Seaweed Crisps
New gluten-free snacks are available in three varieties
Annie Chun's launched its latest innovation: Seaweed Crisps. By developing a variety of seaweed-based snack offerings, the maker of convenient, Pan-Asian foods has created a savory, better-for-you option that's crunchy in three varieties.
"Seaweed has quickly become a green, go-to, low calorie food that's packed with nutrients, including being high in Vitamin C," said Nayoung Shin, CJ Foods Head of Marketing. "Annie Chun's new Seaweed Crisps bring more innovation to the snack aisle by layering our best-selling Seaweed Snacks on top of hearty and crispy brown rice then oven-baking them to perfection, which makes them very appealing to consumers looking to satisfy their crunch cravings while incorporating seaweed into their diets."
The crunchy Seaweed Crisps ($3.49) are bursting with flavor and have 80 calories and 1.5 grams of fat per serving. In addition to being a gluten-free food, they are available in three tasty flavors:
- Original—seasoned with a dash of salt
- Cinnamon—sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar, to satisfy a sweet tooth
- Gochujang—flavored with Gochujang, a traditional Korean hot sauce, to offer the perfect combination of sweet and spicy taste