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Snikiddy switches to nonGMO ingredients for its family-friendly snacks

December 6, 2012

Snikiddy, a line of all-natural snacks made from simple, wholesome, real-food ingredients, is transitioning to nongenetically-modified ingredients for its foods. Effective immediately, all Snikiddy products, including All-Natural Cheese Puffs, All-Natural Baked Fries and Eat Your Vegetables, are being manufactured using nonGMO-sourced ingredients.

Snikiddy Eat Your Vegetables

“The transition to making Snikiddy snacks with nonGMO ingredients is driven by our continued focus and desire to offer healthy snacking solutions for mothers and their entire families,” says Mary Schulman, founder and executive vice president of marketing for Boulder, Colo.-based Snikiddy. “We’re a family brand and have always been dedicated to making better-for-you snacks the whole family can enjoy, so using nonGMO ingredients was a natural and easy choice for us.”

As part of the switch, all Snikiddy products have been reformulated and are now manufactured with ingredients that are verified from nonGMO sources, including potatoes, corn, navy beans, sweet potatoes, carrots, rice, oils and primary seasonings. In addition, by the end of the year, Snikiddy will start shipping products with new packaging marked as nonGMO.

Source: Business Wire

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