Kind expands with whole grain clusters for snacking

by Eric Schroeder
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NEW YORK — Kind Healthy Snacks has introduced Kind Healthy Grains, a line of snack clusters made from whole grains. Each of the six flavors feature artisanal blends of 100% whole grains such as amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat, along with additional ingredients such as blueberries, walnuts, chia seeds and flax.

“Similar to the way we reinvented the bar category with our original line of whole nut and fruit bars, we aim to take the healthy snacking category to the next level with the introduction of Kind Healthy Grains,” said Daniel Lubetzky, founder and chief executive officer of Kind. “Kind Healthy Grains sets a new category standard in terms of taste and nutrition — and offers consumers a versatile and portable breakfast or healthy snack made from the highest quality, nutritionally rich ingredients that are free from the fillers and added sugar that pack today’s grocery aisles.”

Kind Healthy Grains are available in the following varieties:

 Peanut Butter Whole Grain Clusters — provides 5 grams of protein and contains 16 grams of whole grains.
 Vanilla Blueberry Clusters with Flax Seeds — high in fiber and contains 750 mg of omega-3 fatty acids and 16 grams of whole grains.
 Cinnamon Oat Clusters with Flax Seeds — high in fiber and contains 720 mg of omega-3 fatty acids and 16 grams of whole grains.
 Maple Walnut Clusters with Chia and Quinoa — contains 300 mg of omega-3 fatty acids and 17 grams of whole grains.
 Dark Chocolate and Cranberry Clusters — considered a good source of fiber and contains 16 grams of whole grains.
 Oats and Honey Clusters with Toasted Coconut — considered a good source of fiber and contains 17 grams of whole grains.

All six varieties of Kind Healthy Grains will be available in 11-oz pouches at a suggested retail price of $5.99.

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