January 2017 – Freeze-dried, not deep fried—that’s the difference between Crispy Green’s freeze-dried banana slice snack product and your regular banana chip. “So it’s not dehydrating them or heat drying or oven baking bananas. Our whole line is made by freeze-drying products,” says Angela Liu of Fairfield, NJ’s Crispy Green.
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January 2017 – Crispy Green will continue focusing on the fruit segment of the freeze-dried snacks category, as we strive to maintain our position as the number one freeze dried fruit brand at retail, said Angela Liu of Crispy Green.
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February 25, 2016 – The latest fruit- and veggie-based packaged snacks boast short ingredients lists, minimal processing, and serious nutritional cred – such a fantastic alternative to the usual empty-calorie vending machine fare. From addictive onion chips to crunchy broccoli to delectably moist dried fruit, the next generation of healthy nibbles has us wowed.
Satisfying with a soft crunch.
December 9, 2015 – These freeze dried snacks are satisfying, have a soft crunch and nothing is added. Just naturally occurring sugars from the fruit. There is a light pear flavor, not as much as I’d like. One bag is forty satisfying calories with 7 grams of naturally occurring sugars. Gluten Free, of course. Imported from China.
Click here to see Phil Lempert’s full review on the Supermarket Guru!