Hippie Snacks is all about producing better-for-you snacks using Organic & Non-GMO ingredients so you can feel good about what you eat. Watch the full video to learn more about this awesome brand!
Hi, I’m Pauline. I’m the Marketing Specialist at Hippie Snacks. Hippie Snacks is a company based in Vancouver, Canada and we are doing better for you, minimally processed snacks. We recently launched two new products: Avocado Crisps and Cauliflower Crisps. A big thing for us is we’re trying to get people to eat real food because real food is important. Whatever you eat, you know, is who you are, so we came up with these two very healthy snacks with a very clean list of ingredients. If you look at the ingredients list on our products, you can see that cauliflower and avocado are always the first and the main ingredients. There is nothing in the ingredients list that you can’t pronounce — it’s only ingredients you can identify and that you know. So, you’ll never feel guilty eating one of those crisps because it’s as close as it gets from the actual vegetable. I think what makes Hippie Snacks different from other companies is that we really believe in real food tasting better. We really want to do like minimally processed snacks. We want people to eat actual vegetables. We understand that you can’t always snack on cauliflower when you go for a hike so that’s why we came up with convenient on-the-go crisps that you can eat without feeling guilty about and that you actually know what you’re eating—that’s very important for us. You can find Hippie Snacks pretty much everywhere in Canada but we recently launched in the US through the west coast. So, in the west coast you’ll find us in Thrive Market, Sprouts Market, Market of Choice. We’re trying to expand to the east coast now. So, follow us on social media: @hippiesnacksorganic or go to our website: hippiesnacks.com. We always share cool, healthy snack recipes and interesting posts about healthy snacks in general. So yeah, looking forward to seeing you guys there!
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