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History of Crunchies Food Co. by Jim Lacey

Living in Westlake Village, Crunchies Food's James Lacey has had an extensive career as an expert in all facets of the consumer items sector, particularly snack foods and nutritious supplements. Jim has collaborated with numerous standout businesses.

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on 14 February 2018

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Transcript of History of Crunchies Food Co. by Jim Lacey

Crunchies were different by combining the crunch & fun of a potato chip without the preservatives, added sugars, and trans fats.
#Crunchies Facts
1. Crunchies are a convenient snack free of preservatives. They can be eaten as-is or added hot or cold to cereals, yogurts, and more. The veggie products can be sprinkled on a salad or eaten as-is.
How were they different than other snacks?
Crunchies was founded due to the overwhelming demand for healthy, delicious snacks on the market.
History of Crunchies
More #Crunchies Facts
Crunchies Natural Food Co. was founded in 20015.
A timeline history of Crunchies Natural Food Co.
Fresh fruits and veggies used in Crunchies products are harvested and frozen within 24 hours. Then a refrigerated cooling process freeze dries the products.
97% of the moisture is removed while maintaining 94% of the nutrient and enzyme levels. Regular dried fruit removes only 44% of moisture.
Crunchies uses only fresh fruit from the United States. Packaged and processed in the USA.
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