Annie Chun Brown Sugar Seaweed Snack I’ve written about Annie Chun’s line of shelf-stable prepared rice before, so when they offered to send me their Seaweed snacks, I jumped. I enjoy seaweed snacks often. Although Annie Chun’s contain sesame, an allergen for some of my household, it is not an allergen for me. Annie Chun’s new unique flavors of Cracked Pepper, and Brown Sugar were a delightful twist on the usual seaweed snacks. They’re a good in-between meal snack for busy on-the-go people and they won’t weigh your bag down.
Stretch Island has long been the go-to product of allergic moms everywhere since they do not manufacture anything with any top 8 ingredients. When I discovered that they have a new product called Fruit Chews, I couldn’t wait to try them. (They sell Fruit Chews at the Park Slope Coop by the way.) The company sent them to me and I tore into them right away. I really loved the little fruit chews. They have a delicious sweet, but not overly sweet, taste and a soft chewy texture. They have no sugar, no artificial food colorings, and are full of non-GMO ingredients. I put them in my daughter’s school lunch and also dropped some off with my neighbor’s peanut and egg allergic daughter for her lunches.
From the company: The Fruit chews come in three delicious flavors, Oh So Very Strawberry, Very Cherry and Razz-Mataz Raspberry. Made with 100 percent real fruit and natural ingredients, these better-for-you fruit snacks not only provide one full serving of fruit, but also contain no artificial sweeteners or preservatives.