Company: 34 Degrees

Introduced: November 2019

Distribution: National

Suggested Retail Price: $5.49

Product Snapshot: Looking for gluten-free options this holiday season? 34 Degrees, makers of light, crunchy crisps ideal for entertaining and snacking, announced the launch of its first gluten-free product, Original Gluten Free Crisps. Just in time for end of the year gatherings, the delicious new crisps will hit shelves at select Whole Foods Markets in November with additional retailers to follow.

Made with just six simple ingredients including chickpea flour, which is naturally gluten free and rich in protein and fiber, Original Gluten Free Crisps are a thin, light and crunchy allergy-friendly option you won’t find anywhere else. 34 Degrees uses steamed chickpea flour, which removes the often-prevalent iron taste, resulting in a delicious buttery finish. In addition to being gluten free, the crisps are non-GMO, dairy free, plant based and have only 70 calories per nine crisps; a must-have for inclusive holiday celebrations.

“For years we’ve received requests for a gluten-free version of our crisps from consumers. We knew when we launched into gluten free, it would have to taste amazing first and foremost but couldn’t lose the undeniably light and crunchy texture that people love 34 Degrees for,” said Craig Lieberman, founder and president of 34 Degrees. “We took great care in selecting the best ingredients and taste tested hundreds of recipes to get the flavor and texture just right. The final product is something we’re incredibly proud of. This holiday season, we’re looking forward to being a part of your celebrations and helping to create one-of-a-kind festive party bites, impressive charcuterie boards and unique appetizers to savor and share with family and friends.”

Every batch of 34 Degrees Original Gluten Free Crisps is produced in an allergen-free room and tested to ensure they exceed the FDA standard for gluten free, and each box has a suggested retail price of $5.49. For more information, please visit

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