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   Crunch Pak Introduces New Snacking Item For Kids
by Crunch PakĀ®
Posted: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 9:32AM EST

CASHMERE, Wash. —Crunch Pak®, the sliced apple specialist, is starting the new year with new nutritious snacking items for kids. 

The company is extending its snacking line with Disney and adding an organic Snacker for distribution at Costco, that will include organic apple stix, Cheddar cheese pieces and pretzels in a three-pack option with bright, fun graphics, said Megan Wade, marketing and product manager.

“We want to provide preschool-age children with fresh snack options that they find appealing,” Wade said. “The power of Disney and the characters is immeasurable. We think it’s a great, fun way to teach children good food choices.”

Since forming a relationship with Disney in 2010; the company has launched 20 items in a line that is sold in grocery, club, mass and convenience stores nationwide.  This is the second organic Crunch Pak item now carried by Costco.

For more information about the company visit www.crunchpak.com.

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About Crunch Pak®.

Crunch Pak® is the industry leader in fresh sliced apples. Founded in 2000, Crunch Pak® is committed to providing the highest quality organic and conventional sliced apples in the market. Crunch Pak’s family of brands includes Crunch Pak with Disney and Crunch Pak® Organics. The primary distribution is via retail channels; annually Crunch Pak creates more than 1 billion apple slices at plants in Cashmere, Wash., and New Jersey.

Source: Crunch Pak®


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