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Sonoma Creamery Cheese Crisps Entice Consumers

Sonoma Creamery Cheese Crisps Entice Consumers

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

Care for an all-natural, gluten-free cracker? A delicious cheesy snack? A healthy dose of protein?

Sonoma Creamery’s Cheese Crisps are a crunchy, flavorful, and healthy option—suitable for snacking on the go or for indulging at home. Available in Cheddar, Bacon Cheddar, and Parmesan varieties, retailers wanting to boost sales in the deli department can take advantage of the snacks’ appealing flavor and healthy qualities.

Cheddar Crisps

The company’s crisps are baked into thin, crunchy, cheesy crisps, each with a sprinkling of certified gluten-free ancient grains—organic quinua, organic oat bran, and organic brown rice. The wafer-thin crisps make a versatile and exceptionally-flavorful cracker, perfect for snacking, topping, and dipping.

Sonoma Creamery’s Crisps are baked, never fried, and offer a number of healthy features, sure to appeal to increasingly health-conscious consumers. Healthy features include:

  • Real, all natural rBST-free cheeses
  • Certified gluten-free ancient grains
  • 10g protein per serving
  • 25 percent of daily value of Calcium per serving
  • Preservative-free
  • Corn- and wheat-free
  • 0 grams of sugar
  • No trans fats
  • Clean, simple easy-to-read ingredients

Additionally, Sonoma Creamery’s Bacon Cheddar Crisps include real, uncured Applewood-smoked bacon with no added nitrates or nitrites.

Great with salsa, hummus, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, and more, these cheesy snacks can provide retailers with ample cross-promotional opportunities in the deli department and beyond.

For more information, check out Sonoma Creamery at the Winter Fancy Food Show (booth #4655), or contact the company via email, here. For more on outstanding products in the deli, dairy, and bakery industries, check in with Deli Market News. 

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