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Mix Up Your Snack Routine: Sahale Snacks Debuts New Products

In spring 2014, three Beyond Ordinary™ Nut + Fruit Mixes hit shelves with a fresh, new look

SEATTLE, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Adding to its existing line of innovative, gluten-free nut blends, Sahale Snacks is launching a new line of Nut + Fruit Mixes at Natural Products Expo West, March 6 – 9. With an enticing blend of premium ingredients, the Nut + Fruit Mixes are available in three flavors that will satisfy every snack craving: Berry Macaroon Almond Mix, Mango Tango Almond Mix and Raspberry Crumble Cashew Mix. Try the new products and meet the Sahale Snacks team at booth #2490 at Natural Products Expo West.

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"With snacking now representing more than half of all eating occasions, consumers are looking for snacks that are not only delicious, but feature interesting flavor profiles and high quality, wholesome ingredients to help them savor their snack breaks," said Edmond Sanctis, co-founder of Sahale Snacks. "With our new Nut + Fruit Mixes, we've applied our innovative approach and flavor expertise to create familiar, crave-able combinations of whole, roasted nuts and exceptional ingredients, like crispy toasted coconut and lime-infused mango."

The three great-tasting blends, include:

  • Berry Macaroon Almond Mix – Inspired by a bite of a macaroon cookie, this combination of lightly toasted coconut, crunchy almonds, and cashews is balanced by whole sweet blueberries and a touch of tangy lemon.
  • Mango Tango Almond Mix – A satisfying salty-spicy combination of whole almonds and peanuts, with the sweet, tart chewiness of lime-infused mango and punctuated by the subtle kick of chipotle chili.
  • Raspberry Crumble Cashew Mix – A unique take on mom's raspberry crumble with the mellow smoothness of sliced bananas and a crunchy, buttery cashew and peanut topping.

The Nut + Fruit Mixes will be offered at a suggested retail price of $6.99 for 7 oz. and 8 oz. sizes and $1.75 for a 1.5 oz. grab-and-go size. The new products will also feature a fresh packaging look that carries a Snack Better Promise, which encompasses the company's commitment to the highest quality from seed to shelf. In addition, the new products will tout the company's recent commitment to the Non-GMO Project. 

Beginning this spring and summer, Sahale Snacks' Nut + Fruit Mixes will be rolling out in retailers across the country, and can be found using the website's store locator.

Editor's Note:
For additional details on the company, as well as samples, please contact Allison Ferre at [email protected].

About Sahale Snacks   
Sahale Snacks was founded in Seattle in 2003 by Josh Schroeter and Edmond Sanctis. After climbing Mt. Rainier and enduring days of uninspiring trail mix and energy bars, the two friends set out to create healthy, convenient, great-tasting snacks, starting with the natural wholesomeness of nuts and fruit. Pronounced "Sa-HA-lee," our goal is to create snacks so delicious, you'll always be inspired to go Beyond Ordinary™.  Snack Better™ at www.sahalesnacks.com, on Facebook at Sahale Snacks and Pinterest at Sahale Snacks.  

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