Munk Pack oatmeal fruit squeezes debut

Munk Pack oatmeal fruit squeezes debut

Packed with superfoods chia, coconut, flax and quinoa, the spouted pouch is not just for kids.

Munk Pack™, a newly launched company based in Greenwich, Conn., is excited to announce its debut in the natural foods market, with the introduction of the first ready-to-eat oatmeal fruit squeeze snacks for adults.

Driven by the need for convenient, portable, whole food snacks and inspired by nature, Munk Pack provides delicious, on-the-go nutrition for sustained energy to last throughout the day. Perfect for breakfast or a snack, Munk Pack is a satisfying mix of whole grain rolled oats, flax and delicious fruits in the convenience of pouches, which allow for non-perishable foods to keep without the use of artificial preservatives.

“From our corporate lives to our camping adventures, we were always looking for portable, healthy, great tasting foods,” says Tobias Glienke, cofounder of Munk Pack. “We were tired of bars, and wanted real food that was minimally processed and without the sugars, syrups and fillers that you find in most bars and snacks.”

Along with whole grains and fruit bites, Munk Pack’s ready-to-eat oatmeal fruit squeezes are packed with other wholesome ingredients—such as flax, coconut and quinoa—and come in three different flavors: Apple Quinoa Cinnamon, Blueberry Acai Flax and Raspberry Coconut. Other notable aspects include:

  • BPA-free packaging
  • No artificial flavors
  • Sugar from fruit only
  • Non-GMO Project verified
  • Gluten-free

“With Munk Pack, we hope to share the wholesome goodness that helps to fuel peoples’ daily activity,” says Michelle Leutzinger, cofounder of Munk Pack. “Our vision and goal is also to cultivate healthy eating and inspire connection with nature.”

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