Snikiddy® Press

What’s new at Snikiddy®? Check out the links below to catch up on all the latest stories, product releases, community and social events. Happy meets tasty!

Simply Southern Mom (53,288 UVM) included Organic Cheese Puffs and Baked Fries in a round-up of gluten free snacks. The post says: “These puffs, made with non-GMO corn and rice, taste just like some popular snack foods….but they’re certified gluten free! Plus, unlike SOME brands, these cheese puffs contain real cheese.”

The Spruce (11,000,000 UVM) included Eat Your Vegetables, Baked Fries and Organic Cheese Puffs in a round-up of gluten-free packaged snacks.

Convenience Store Products (26,176 UVM) published a piece on the Baked Fries relaunch. It says: “Snikiddy, a line of tasty snacks made from simple, wholesome, real-food ingredients, is revamping its line of Baked Fries to now include 70% organic ingredients. Touting bold flavors for the more adventurous members of the household and parent-approved ingredients, Snikiddy Baked Fries are available in three varieties, including Hot & Spicy, Cheddar and Bold Buffalo.”

Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery’s weekly newsletter (9,980 subscribers) shared the Baked Fries relaunch story, which you can view here.

@womensrunningmagazine (181,000 followers) included Snikiddy Baked Fries in its Instagram story. The post states: “@snikiddy snacks – a healthy-ish chip snack?”

Specialty Food News (132,698 UVM) published a story on the Baked Fries relaunch. The story says: “Snikiddy will revamp its line of Baked Fries to include 70 percent organic ingredients. The company sells family-friendly snacks made from ‘real-food’ ingredients.”

Potato Pro (60,000 UVM) published an article on the Baked Fries as well. The article states: “The new snacks are Certified Gluten Free and free from artificial colors, high fructose corn syrup, and contain no trans fats, hydrogenated oils or MSG.”

Prepared Foods (40,951 UVM) announced the Baked Fries relaunch, stating that it follows “the brand’s recent unveiling of USDA Certified Organic Baked Cheese Puffs, which are available in two cheesy flavors: Mac & Cheese and Grilled Cheese.”

Candy & Snack Today (30,510 UVM) published the Baked Fries news, stating that they’re being “reintroduced with a new formula that includes 70 percent organic ingredients.”

Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery (11,141 UVM) published an article on the new Baked Fries, and included a quote from Mary, stating: “As a family-friendly snack brand, we’re here to unite children’s favorite foods, like French fries, with parents’ demand for better ingredients. Our new Baked Fries do just that by combining mindful ingredients like organic corn and sunflower oil with crazy-good crunch and bold flavors that every snacker loves.”

Three New Hope newsletters (180,000 impressions) shared the New Hope story which included the Baked Fries relaunch announcement. You can view the story here.

Several Project Nosh newsletters (56,000 impressions) shared the Project Nosh article about the new Baked Fries. You can view the story here.

Convenience Store Products (27,961 UVM) also published a story on Snikiddy’s new puffed snack varieties, which highlights the flavors of each product line and that “both puffed varieties are made in peanut and tree nut-free facilities.”

Project Nosh (25,000 UVM) published a story on Snikiddy and its new look, new products and new focus on organic. The story includes several quotes from Mary, including: “I founded Snikiddy with the purpose of providing healthier snacks, particularly for the youngest members of the household. What we did when we came into the Utz corporation was to say ‘we’re really going to return to this mission.’” The story also highlights the new non-GMO Purple Corn Puffs, the switch to 70% organic ingredients in the Baked Fries and the revamp of the Cheese Puffs to be USDA Certified Organic. The story was also included in today’s Project Nosh daily newsletter, which has 11,400 subscribers.