Crispy Green Inc., the maker of Crispy Green® premium Crispy Fruit and FruitziO® freeze-dried fruit snacks, announced the addition of Crispy Cantaloupe to its growing line of all natural and wholesome crispy fruit snacks.
Crispy Cantaloupe keeps America’s most popular melon in season all year long by delivering a burst of cantaloupe right at your fingertips. The healthy freeze-dried Crispy Cantaloupe delights the taste buds of children and adults alike with its sweet taste and light, crispy crunch.
Crispy Cantaloupe is made of 100-percent high-quality cantaloupe slices and nothing else – no added sugar, preservatives (including sulfides), colors, fat, cholesterol or sodium. Crispy Cantaloupe is also vegan-friendly, peanut/tree nut-free, dairy-free and gluten-free, and it is kosher-certified.
Crispy Cantaloupe contains approximately one serving of fresh cantaloupe in a single-serving bag that totals only 40 calories. Crispy Cantaloupe provides the same all natural fruit fiber and nutrients as fresh cantaloupe—without the messiness—and has a much longer shelf life (36 months)!
Available in convenient, moisture-free, 0.36-ounce single-serving-size bags (MSRP: $1.49) or the handy ‘Grab & Go’ 6-PACKS—six single-serving bags in one large, easy-to-carry bag (MSRP: $7.99). Crispy Cantaloupe is a perfect fit for today's active lifestyle because it is tasty, portable and ready-to-eat anytime anywhere, from kid's lunch boxes, to work break snacks, a ”no-guilt” after dinner treat, or an outdoor activity “take-along.”
“With the new USDA Dietary Guidelines—MyPlate, more and more people are looking for easy and convenient ways to increase their consumption of fruits and vegetables,” says Angela Liu, president and founder of Crispy Green. “Cantaloupe is the most consumed melon in America, Crispy Cantaloupe is our latest exciting addition to our growing assortment of freeze-dried fruit snacks. Crispy Green is very proud to be a Community Partner of the USDA and in helping promote quick and simple ways to make healthy dietary changes based on the Dietary Guidelines.”
Crispy Fruit is also available in five other delicious flavors: Crispy Apples, Crispy Asian Pears, Crispy Bananas, Crispy Pineapples and Crispy Mangoes.
Crispy Green’s FruitziO® freeze-dried fruit snacks, which are also 100-percent all natural with just a hint of natural cane sugar, are less than 100 calories and available in the following flavors: Apples & Strawberries, Apricots, Kiwi, Peaches and Strawberries. (MSRP: $3.49).
Crispy Green’s products are available nationwide and can be found in the produce and grocery aisles of many leading supermarkets, natural and specialty food stores. To find a retailer in your area that carries Crispy Green’s products, go to http://www.crispygreen.com/where-to-buy.html.
For more information about Crispy Cantaloupe and other Crispy Green products, please visit http://www.crispygreen.com.
About Crispy Green
Crispy Green Inc. (http://www.crispygreen.com) is the maker of Crispy Green Crispy Fruit freeze-dried fruit snacks and the new line of FruitziO freeze-dried fruit snacks. The company was founded in August 2004 with a vision to be the leading provider of high quality, natural food products desired by everyone who wants to live a healthy and better life. In 2005, Crispy Green introduced its line of Crispy Fruit in the United States. Since then, Crispy Green has been adding one new product every year to its Crispy Fruit product line to meet its rapidly growing distribution footprint. In 2009, Crispy Green launched FruitziO® Strawberry, the first product in its line of FruitziO® freeze-dried fruit snacks. The Crispy Green® and FruitziO® line of snacks are made of only the finest fruits available. A sophisticated freeze-drying process removes the water from fresh, sweet fruit, leaving behind the fruit’s true essence in a light and crispy texture that’s perfect for snacking. Crispy Green’s line of Crispy Fruit and FruitziO® are a delicious, convenient way to add more fruit to your daily diet. Crispy Green is a Community Partner of the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion Nutrition Communicators Network (http://www.choosemyplate.gov/index.html), and a sponsor of Produce for Better Health Foundation (http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/).