Crispy Green to exhibit at Summer Fancy Food Show

Crispy Green, the maker of Crispy Fruit freeze-dried fruit snacks, will be exhibiting at the 65th Summer Fancy Food Show at the Jacobs Javits Center in New York City, June 23-25. Visitors to North America’s largest specialty food-and-beverage event are invited to stop by Crispy Green at Booth No. 942 to see their exciting new exhibit layout and recently updated packaging design of their Crispy Fruit freeze-dried snacks. Attendees will be able to sample all seven delicious flavors and discover why Crispy Green is a major leader in the healthy snacking category. Visitors will also be able to find these new snack bags displayed in the “What’s New, What’s Hot - Natural/Organic” shelf section.

pastedImage Angela Liu, chief executive officer and founder of Crispy Green said, “We wanted our new exhibit design to reflect the three elements that position our brand — quality, convenience and purpose. Crispy Green is committed to providing quality, good-for-you snacks that are perfect for the busy and adventurous routines of our healthy lifestyle consumers.”

The Crispy Fruit product line has no added sugars and is non-GMO Project Verified, Gluten-Free, OU Kosher and Vegan. It comes in seven mouth-watering flavors: Apple, Asian Pear, Banana, Cantaloupe, Mango, Pineapple and Tangerine. All Crispy Fruit products are available in a convenient 6-pack – six single-serving bags (MSRP: $7.99) or individual single-serving “Grab & Go” bags (MSRP: $1.59 each) that provide approximately one serving of fruit and 55 calories or less per bag. Crispy Fruit snacks are also packed with natural fruit fiber and nutrients. Find out why millennials, moms, kids, and just about anyone with a busy schedule and active lifestyle choose this brand for a nutritious go-anywhere snack that they can enjoy anytime.         

Check out the recently updated website to learn more about the Crispy Green brand and see its vibrant new packaging up close with just one quick click.

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