Last updated on August 16th, 2012 at 12:05 pm
34 Degrees, maker of all-natural, wafer-thin crisps, has added Sweet Crisps—Caramel, Chocolate, Cinnamon and Graham—to its popular product line. Now available nationally, 34 Degrees Sweet Crisps provide a new twist on snack food, pairing perfectly with nut butters, fruit spreads, a variety of cheeses and ice cream for hors d’oeuvres and desserts as well as every day snacks.
A smart choice for health-conscious consumers, 34 Degrees Sweet Crisps have on average only 60 calories and 1g of fat per serving but remain flavorful and satisfying, making them a welcome addition to the healthy snacking craze. They also provide creative options that fit with the leading 2012 food trend of marrying sweet and savory flavors into each course of a meal.
“The Caramel, Chocolate, Cinnamon and Graham varieties stand alone as delicious sweet snacks but also are versatile as a low-calorie dessert topped with whipped cream or frozen yogurt, incorporated into desserts as a crumb crust, or, like our savory crisps, paired with cheeses and a drizzle of honey,” said Craig Lieberman, 34 Degrees president and founder. “Either way, people won’t be able to put them down.”
Both 34 Degrees Savory and Sweet Crisps are baked with only a handful of natural, high-quality ingredients. 34 Degrees Sweet Crisps have a suggested retail price of $4.99 and are available nationally at leading retailers.