Arnott’s launch Vita-Weat Cracker Chips
Arnott’s is now selling a chip version of its Vita-Weat crackers.
Available in three flavours, Arnott’s says the cracker chips are made with 70 per cent wholegrain brown rice, corn and seeds. They contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Arnott’s Brand Manager, Renee Fowler, said Arnott’s wanted to give Australians “a tasty snack they can feel good about.”
“Busy lives and schedules mean that we don’t always choose the best option when it comes to our snacks; or we choose healthy snacks that don’t satisfy our savoury cravings,” Fowler said.
“With the added benefit of portion-controlled packs, people can enjoy these snacks in moderation.”
The three flavours available in the range are Multigrain & Sea Salt, Chilli, Lime & Coriander, and Classic Cheddar & Chives.
Vita-Weat Cracker Chips are available in either 120g share boxes or boxes of seven snack-packs. The recommended retail price is AUD $3.47 for the share pack and AUD $4.19 for the box of snack-packs.
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