August 12, 2013
Tasty Brand Organic Fruit Snacks, age 2-102
Tasty Brand Organic Fruit Snacks are verified GMO-free by the Non-GMO Project and contain no gelatin, high-fructose corn syrup, gluten, fat or artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. They are manufactured in an entirely allergen-free facility (no wheat, soy, egg, dairy, fish, shellfish, peanuts or tree nuts), made with real fruit juice, these are a fun treat that kids love and parents feel good about. Wild Berry and Smoothie are the two latest additions to Tasty Brand’s fruit snack line-up, joining Mixed Fruit, Superfruit (with acai and antioxidants) and Splash (with electrolytes for hydration). All five flavors are available in two packaging options: a 4-oz box containing five .8-oz pouches and a 2.75-oz grab-and-go bag that can be displayed in a shelf-tray or “pegged” onto a clip-strip. The box retails nationally for $4.99 and the bag retails for $2.99.
Also brand new are Tasty Brand Organic Cookies sweetened with agave nectar (no refined sugar) and packaged in individual 100-calorie packs with only 3 grams of sugar per pack. Fortified with organic sweet potato, these star-shaped, bite-sized shortbread cookies come in Vanilla and Chocolate Chip flavors, and are sure to please children(and adults) of all ages. Five snack packs per box, which retails for $4.99.
While my son is too young to try these yet, his parents tried them out. My husband and I both loved the fruit snacks, but I didn't care for the fruit snacks with the sugary coating. While I love many things about these like that they aim to keep kids hydrated with electrolytes, and doesn't contain high fructose corn syrul or artificial colors/flavors, I couldn't get past the crunchy sugar texture, but kids may love that. Once our son is old enough I'd definitely get these for him over sugar filled fruit snacks made by other companies.
Find out more here: http://www.tastybrand.com/index.cfm
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