Crisps Are Made With Slow-Toasted Corn

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Craize Corn, Inc. is launching a line of snack crackers made by slowly toasting corn and featuring a range of flavors inspired by South America.

Flavors in the brand’s initial offerings include sweet corn, roasted, seeded, coconut, guava and plantain, according to the company.

The line is made with natural ingredients, and no GMOs or other artificial ingredients, Craize Corn reports.

Coming in 3.9-ounce bags, Craize snack crackers have a SRP of $3.59 and ship in 72-ct cases.

For more details on Craize Corn, see Candy & Snack TODAY’s special Innovation Avenue feature.