According to the news, something exciting and yummy coming at Kroger. The innovative bean-based, vegan, and gluten-free confectioner, is delighted to announce that Rule Breaker Snacks is now available in over 1650 locations Kroger retail, to expand the brand significantly in California, Texas, Colorado and the Pacific Northwest.
In this regard, the rule Breaker snacks hit the scene in 2015 with delicious, healthy snacks, clean ingredients that are vegan, gluten-free, kosher, nut-free, non-GMO, and free of the top 11 allergens including dairy, eggs, sesame, soy, and wheat. In addition, rule Breaker Snacks tastes delicious with hummus as a first ingredient and is available in both single and bite shapes and in four delicious flavors, Deep Chocolate Brownie, Chocolate Chunk Blondie, Blondie Birthday Cake and (nut-free) P’Nutter Chocolate Chip Blondie. Additionally, last fall the company introduced its first limited-edition seasonal flavor to the wallet, Mint Chocolate Brownie Bites.
If you prefer this over extra sweetness, you will love and it is now available at Kroger easily. Also, the original bean brownies and blondes known today as Rule Breaker Snacks were baked right in the home kitchen of company founder Nancy Kalish, a former health coach and health journalist with a serious sweet tooth looking for better tasting and best sweet treats for you. They quickly became favorites of family and friends and then found success with small independent retailers. Today, Rule Breaker Snacks is available at more than 2,500 retail locations across the country and has seen explosive growth through internet, specialty and retail channels.
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Here’s the official statement “We’ve seen the food buying experience change over the past year, and the further expansion of Kroger aligns with our growth strategy with retail expansion,” says Nancy Kalish, founder of Rule Breaker Snacks. “We are pleased to increase our national presence with Kroger and continue to serve vegan, gluten-free and food-sensitive communities while serving our snacks to a wider audience.” Now, what are your views on it? Let us know in the comment section below!