Ape Snacks extends it’s product range!

February 18, 2018, 10:00 am
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Ape Snacks, the UK’s leading coconut snack brand is introducing a market first as it announces the launch of its new Coconut Puffs. Hitting shelves on 1st March, the puffs will meet the ever-growing consumer demand for healthy alternative snacks.

Launching in two delicious flavours of Lightly Salted and Thai Chilli, the puffs are a moreish mixture of coconut and rice flour, coconut oil and all-natural seasoning, striking the ‘puff’ect’ balance between flavour and texture, whilst satisfying the consumer demand for health-conscious snacking.

Ape Snacks are constantly seeking to meet this need, producing a range of snacks that make healthier lifestyles more accessible. Zack Nathan, Founder of Ape Snacks says; “Snackers are continually looking for more adventurous and innovative treats which satisfy their hunger and cravings, whilst compromise neither their wellbeing nor their wallets. We’ve made sure our Puffs fit this bill, particularly with the dense pack fill. Our aim is to help people snack healthier, eat better and deliver value both for money and for health.”

As with all Ape Snacks products, the Ape Coconut Puffs are gluten free, suitable for vegans, made with coconut oil, and are a source of fibre. The brand new snacks are not fried and contain no added sugar. Ape’s Coconut Puffs will be available from March 1st 2018 with a RRP of £0.80 for 25g

About Ape Snacks

• Ape Snacks was founded in the summer of 2014 by Zack Nathan, who dropped out of college to pursue his dream of starting a healthy snacking business
• Inspired by his own Paleo lifestyle, he decided to make snacks to get the average person eating better
• Ape Crispy Coconut Curls Lightly Salted won The Grocer New Product Award ‘Best Coconut Based Product’ in 2016 with experts saying they are bringing new excitement to the maturing coconut trend and has achieved distribution in over 8,000 stores in the UK within its first two years

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