Annie Chun's debuted a new savory addition to its line of better-for-you Seaweed Crisps: Korean Style BBQ. Seasoned to a smoky taste, the healthy, bite-sized snack touts the essence of a traditional Korean barbecue.
"Annie Chun's newest Seaweed Crisp flavor, Korean Style BBQ, brings authentic and adventurous Asian flavors to the forefront of American snacking," said Nayoung Shin, head of corporate marketing CJ Foods. "Through our constant product innovation, we're providing consumers with healthier snack alternatives that are in line with the current trend towards ethnic flavor profiles and the tastes that today's consumers crave."
Annie Chun's Korean Style BBQ Seaweed Crisps are a way to celebrate National BBQ Month without the guilt. With a combination of sweet, smoky and savory, the crisps are made by layering seaweed snacks on top of hearty and crispy brown rice chips, then oven-baking them to provide a crunch. At 80 calories per serving, the new offering is vegan, gluten and cholesterol free with 0g of trans-fat. The Korean Style BBQ flavor joins Annie Chun's range of Seaweed Crisps flavors, including Original and Gochujang.
Korean Style BBQ Seaweed Crisps
Annie Chun's debuted a new savory addition to its line of better-for-you Seaweed Crisps
June 10, 2016