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Who Says Tasty Food Cannot be Healthy?

by Bidita Debnath on December 11, 2016 at 9:56 PM
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 Who Says Tasty Food Cannot be Healthy?

Indulge In Healthy Kale Chips, Quinoa Puffs For Quick Bites. Kale chips and quinoa puffs can comfortably fit in as evening snacks or binge munchies.

And with people becoming more health conscious and diet control, "The Green Snack Co," a brand by Control Alt Foods has come up with a distinctive and delicious range kale chips and quinoa puffs.

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"At 'The Green Snack Co.' we decided to take this task head on and make healthy super tasty. These healthy munchies are a perfect replacement to the regular snacks like chips, sev, bhel," said Divya Aggarwal, CMO, The Green Snack Co.

Kale chips are prepared through a unique process of dehydration that does not involve baking or frying while Quinoa puffs are roasted, that keeps the nutrient value and raw goodness of the ingredients intact.
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"More people are now understanding how much of an impact diet has the on way we feel as well as on our health and performance. So a lot of people are searching more for a system to make their lives better and easier and healthier," Chef Megha Kohli, Lavaash By Saby added.

"With people becoming more health conscious, we have seen a growing trend of healthy snacks replacing regular fried snacks. Customers are shifting to kale chips, baked, nachos and snacks made with millets," Swasti Aggarwal, Food Strategist at Foodhall maintained.

These mouthwatering snacks are available in three exciting flavours each and come in attractive packaging. The brand is also available in superstores like Foodhall, Godrej Nature's Basket, Modern Bazaar, Hypercity to name a few.

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