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Little Bites Introduces Lower Sugar Varieties

Little Bites Lower Sugar Muffins

Little Bites Snacks has added two lower sugar additions to its lineup of baked snacks – Apple Cinnamon Muffins and Chocolate Muffins. 

According to the company, the muffins contain less sugar than other options on the market, and are pre-portioned and portable.

Little Bites Lower Sugar Muffins

“We’re thrilled to introduce the new Lower Sugar Mini Muffins to our product line, which have been designed to provide families with the delicious taste they know and love, but with less sugar, real ingredients like apple and chocolate, and a touch of hidden veggies,” said Lia Arakelian, brand manager. 

“We recognize the need for more better-for-you snacking options for children and adults, and we’re proud to be introducing these new lower sugar offerings.”

Little Bites Lower Sugar Apple Cinnamon Mini Muffins contain 9 grams of sugar, which is 40 percent less than the leading blueberry mini muffins, and are made with apples and zucchini and have no artificial colors. 

Little Bites Lower Sugar Chocolate Mini Muffins contain 8 grams of sugar and are made with chocolate and sweet potato, containing 60 percent less sugar when compared to the leading brownie mini muffins.

Little Bites Lower Sugar Muffins are available at most grocery retailers in the eastern and central U.S.

About Bimbo Bakeries USA

Horsham, Pennsylvania-based Bimbo Bakeries USA operates more than 50 manufacturing locations in the United States. 

More than 11,000 distribution routes deliver its brands such as Arnold, Artesano, Ball Park, Bimbo, Boboli, Brownberry, Entenmann’s, Little Bites, Marinela, Mrs. Baird’s, Oroweat, Sara Lee, Stroehmann and Thomas’. 

BBU is owned by Mexico’s Grupo Bimbo, S.A.B de C.V., the world’s largest baking company, with operations in 33 countries.

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