Formulated without the use of grains, the snacks are paleo, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher and do not contain artificial flavors.
Made with cassava root, Bistro Crisps contain 0 g of trans fat, 0 mg of cholesterol, and are popped instead of fried, the company said.
“The Crunchmaster team is continuously looking for our next product innovation to meet our consumers’ demand for simple, wholesome snacks, and the pandemic only emphasized their desire for better-for-you snacking options,” Braden Bennie, the senior marketing manager at Crunchmaster said. “Bistro Crisps bring the best of Crunchmaster crackers — the nutrition, flavor and crispy crunch — to a new realm of snacking.”
In addition, the brand also shared that it will begin transitioning in the use of olive oil instead of safflower oil into most of its cracker products.
“It’s becoming increasingly important for our products to contain ingredients that our consumers recognize as a healthy choice,” Bennie said. “This optimization to our existing product line gives consumers another reason to feel confident choosing Crunchmaster crackers.”
Consumers can find Crunchmaster Bistro Crisps at Publix stores and online on Amazon.com.