Biena introduces new Baked Chickpea Puffs protein snack
Biena has launched a new line of protein-packed, lower-carb Baked Chickpea Puffs.
Three flavors will be available this April – Aged White Cheddar, Vegan Ranch and Blazin' Hot™.
"Taste is the real reason we created this line. I have two growing kids who love cheese puffs and I found that other options don't taste great or don't offer real nutrition," says Poorvi Patodia, Founder and CEO of Biena Snacks. "So I made it my mission to remake cheese puffs the Biena way – putting taste at the forefront and using only clean, nutritious ingredients. The end result is delicious and offers so much more in terms of nourishment for the body. And snackers of all ages love them!"
Made from a simple, nutritious list of ingredients including chickpeas and lentils, Biena Chickpea Puffs contain 7g plant protein with up to 40% fewer carbs than other leading puffed snacks per serving. Chickpea Puffs are also free of rice and corn. The brand is also launching a 90-calorie single-serve package, which is keto-friendly with 6g net carbs.
- Aged-White Cheddar: This flavor will be available in the 90-calorie single-serve bags for a delicious, low-carb snack on the go.
- Vegan Ranch: Cool, creamy ranch flavor with hints of garlic and onion. These puffs deliver the same great taste of Biena's Rockin' Ranch Roasted Chickpea Snacks.
- Blazin' Hot™: These pack some serious heat, and something sweet. The bright red color comes from beets, black currants, and tomatoes – no artificial colors.
"We're always listening to our customers and considering the entire snacking experience as we create new product innovations," adds Patodia. "We hold ourselves to what we call the 3 Standards of Goodness – delicious, nutritious and clean ingredients. It's very hard to create snacks that meet all three, but that's how food should be! Snackers are going to eat these puffs for the taste alone, but get so much more nutritional value in the process."
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