Slim Secrets expands range with low-fat potato chips
Capitalising on the success of their snack bars, Australian health food company Slim Secrets is broadening their range of snack products to include potato chips.
The launch is indicative of a push from manufacturers to improve the health content of traditional, popular foods as consumers increasingly demand healthier options.
Slim Secrets will launch their new products next week in 40g bags, which have only 1.2g of fat and 140 calories. Coming in three flavours – sea salt, salt & vinegar and cheese & onion – the new products are all gluten and cholesterol free and reportedly have higher protein and fibre than most other potato chips on the market.
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