Eat the Change®, a planet-friendly snack company founded by social entrepreneur Seth Goldman and celebrity Chef Spike Mendelsohn, announced the launch of Organic Carrot Chews™, an extension of its carrot line creations designed for all ages.
In March of 2022, Eat the Change introduced Cosmic Carrot Chews™, a vegetable snack for kids in Sour Cherry Berry Blast Off, Orange Mango Moonbeam, and Apple Cinnamon Asteroid flavors. Now Eat the Change® has innovated the vegetable-snack once again to launch Organic Carrot Chews™ for ages 12+ in three new varieties: Meyer Lemon, Ginger Turmeric, and Maple Cardamom.
A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control found that only 10% of American adults eat enough vegetables.
Made with just four simple ingredients, primarily organic carrots and organic fruit juice, Organic Carrot Chews™ are nutrient-dense and provide an excellent source of Vitamin A. Each 4.23oz, multi-serve pouch is packed with flavor and contains 2g of fiber and only 130 calories per serving. They are also vegan, certified USDA organic, OU Kosher and paleo-friendly.
• Meyer Lemon -Balance of sweetness and tartness, sure to be a favorite for citrus lovers
• Ginger Turmeric - Bright and clean ginger with earthy notes of turmeric, these on trend functional ingredients are a delicious pairing
• Maple Cardamom - Rich, warm notes of cardamom complement the caramel-like sweetness of the maple flavor
The carrots are gently-cooked, infused with organic fruit juice and natural flavors, and then dehydrated to create a flavorful, chewy texture. Naturally sweet with an abundance of Vitamin A, the dehydration process makes the carrots even more nutrient dense in comparison to their natural, raw state. Carrots are also sustainably produced, as they are a very water-efficient crop. For example, carrots require only 23 gallons to produce one pound versus soybeans which require 257 gallons.
Eat the Change® products do not contain any of the “top eight” allergens as an ingredient, including: milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, or soy. The SRP is $6.49-$6.99 per package.