Annie Chun's, maker of convenient, Pan-Asian foods, recently expanded its popular line of Seaweed Snacks with Seaweed Crisps, oven-baked to satisfy savory snack cravings. From seaweed snack lovers to crunch connoisseurs alike, Seaweed Crisps are a better-for-you alternative to traditional chips and crackers.
"When developing the new Seaweed Crisps, we wanted to create a snack option which still embodies our great-tasting and nutritious Seaweed Snacks, while appealing to a variety of consumers and tastes," said Nayoung Shin, CJ Foods head of marketing. "Made with our best-selling Seaweed Snacks, Annie Chun's Seaweed Crisps are baked and feature a layer of hearty and crispy brown rice, for a healthy and crunchy snack on game day."
Annie Chun's Seaweed Crisps ($3.49) contain 80 calories and as little as 1.5 grams of fat per serving. Made with wholesome ingredients, this gluten-free snack is available in three flavors:
• Original—simply seasoned with a dash of salt
• Cinnamon—sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar for a touch of sweet
• Gochujang—flavored with Gochujang, a traditional Korean hot sauce, for the perfect blend of sweet and spicy