Flex Protein Crisps are made with plant-based protein from soybean and cassava and are available in Buffalo and Barbeque. The protein crisps contain 90 calories, 10 grams of protein, 4 grams of fiber and only 2 grams or less of sugar.
Flourish Veggie Crisps are made with vegetables and come in four flavors including Greens & Beans, Roasted Beets, Toasted Cauliflower and Harvest Kale with 100-120 calories per serving. Both Protein Crisps and Veggie Crisps are certified gluten-free and never fried.
“We are always striving to do one better and that’s why we continue to challenge the status quo in the snacking category,” said Paul Nardone, CEO at BFY Brands, makers of PopCorners in Middletown, New York. “Our purpose in launching Flex and Flourish is to provide our fans with undeniably delicious snacks that contain high-quality, minimally processed ingredients that fit their personal wellness and lifestyle goals. We’re fiercely committed to striving for the very best whether it’s our transparency in where we source our non-GMO corn to our innovative processing techniques; our No. 1 goal is to always do one better for our fans.”
“The names of the new products are purposeful and meaningful. Flourish represents the important role food plays in wellness. When we eat better, we feel better, think better and we flourish in all areas of our lives,” said Dan Morgan, chief commercial officer at PopCorners. “Flex represents the way we push to give each day everything we’ve got. It represents how we, as a brand, and our fans are committed to bringing our best to everything we do.”
By partnering with family farmers from Nebraska, PopCorners are made with Non-GMO Project Verified corn.
PopCorners brand was introduced in 2010 and is available in natural and traditional grocery stores nationwide.