Brothers-All-Natural debuts Fruit, Potato Crisps
April 17, 2008
by FoodBusinessNews.net Staff
BATAVIA, N.Y. — Brothers International Food Corp. has introduced Brothers-All-Natural Fruit Crisps in the flavors of white and yellow peach.
The newest flavors join the Fuji apple, Asian pear, strawberry, pineapple, banana, and strawberry-banana flavors. The crisps are made with no added sugar or preservatives.
In addition, Brothers-All-Natural has introduced Potato Crisps, which are all-natural and fat-free. They come in the flavors of original with sea salt, black pepper with sea salt, Szechuan pepper with fresh chives, and fresh onion and garlic.
"Our goal is to provide snacks parents feel good about serving their families because they are wholesome and free of confusing, artificial ingredients," said Matt Betters, co-chief executive officer and president of Brothers International. "Our customers reach out to us every day to tell us how much their families love Fruit Crisps. With new Potato Crisps, we’re using our freeze-drying process to bring them a nutritious alternative to greasy potato chips and other lower fat but still unhealthy chips on the market."
Brothers-All-Natural Fruit Crisps and Potato Crisps may be found at various retailers or on-line at brothersallnatural.com for a suggested retail price of 75c to $1.19 for a single-serve bag.