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Simply 7 Debuts Sea Salt Veggie Straws and Fiery Pepper Lentil Chips Nationwide


Simply 7 Introduces 2 Delicious Snacks Perfect for Summer & Launches New Branding

Gluten Free & Non-GMO Sea Salt Vegetable Straws & Intense Pepper Lentil Chips Now in Stores

Ah, summer! It’s the season for outside fun now that warm, longer days have actually gotten here. There’s no much better way to take pleasure in summer than with bar-b-ques, picnics in the park, days by the swimming pool, road trips and everybody’s preferred, treats! This is why Simply 7 Snacks is thrilled to introduce 2 new treats that make certain to quickly become fan favorites– Sea Salt Vegetable Straws and Fiery Pepper Lentil Chips. Both of these have released in a new, fresh look for the brand name.

Sea Salt Veggie Straws are a tasty snack of garden-fresh cauliflower, broccoli, carrots and potatoes turned straws, topped with the ideal touch of sea salt. Unlike most veggie straws that are made from spinach, tomatoes, and potatoes, Simply 7 is now giving customers a snack they want with the veggies they crave plus 1/3 cup of vegetables per 1 oz serving. Each bite in fact tastes like the tasty veggies customers expect– just in a fun, crispy method.

Fiery Pepper Lentil Chips are a mouthwatering snack of wholesome lentils turned chips, loaded with a warm, smooth heat that develops from a blend of cayenne and chili peppers. This chip offers heat-loving consumers a tasty crunch right out of the bag or can be coupled with a preferred dip.

Both snacks are Non-GMO Job Verified, Gluten Free, Kosher, and Vegetarian. The Sea Salt Vegetable Straws are available in a 6 oz bag and the Intense Pepper Lentil Chips remain in a 4 oz bag. Both items have an MSRP of $3.99 and are readily available on Amazon.com and in natural and mainstream grocery stores.

In addition to bringing two brand-new products to market, Just 7 Snacks has released a brand-new, fresh look with upgraded branding and product packaging, leveled up its products to deliver more flavor in each bite, simplified components for shorter, cleaner declarations, and lowered salt by approximately 30% across the portfolio.

The brand-new packaging introduces a cool blue background with a strong navy-blue logo to create a punch on shelf, offers a raised item guarantee, Goodness Made Merely ™, and showcases genuine active ingredients to commemorate their natural charm and create appetite appeal.

True to the brand name’s roots, the number seven still has a place, but in a new way with their “7 Ways to Feel Good & Thrive” which further links the brand with their consumers’ way of lives and worths. All Just 7 flavors continue to be Non-GMO Project Verified, Qualified Gluten Free, Kosher, Vegetarian, and free from leading irritants.

Having been among the leaders of the better-for-you snacks category in 2011, Simply 7 Snacks understands the value of listening to fans and serving them much better. “We are excited to transform our brand name and bring our fans what they’ve been asking for– stronger flavors, lower salt, and a packaging style that is contemporary, fun, and healthy,” says Rashim Oberoi, President of Merely 7 Treats.

The strong makeover and new items are in shops now.

Brittany Long
Brittany is a Content Writer at Drew Reports News. She started at Drew Reports News as a freelance writer in 2018. Born and raised in the heart of the automotive world, She has a special place in her heart for mobility startups and gadgets. She specializes in Food, Entertainment, Health and General news. She can be reached at brittany@drewreportsnews.com
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