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6 Landgarten Organic Snacks Austrian-based Landgarten was showing off 10 of its most popular organic snacks in its new packaging. This includes the company’s salted and tamari (soy sauce) roasted soy bean snacks; both pumpkin or soy beans coated in dark chocolate, milk chocolate or mixed Belgian chocolate; and a chocolate goji berry or chocolate cranberry mix. The soya beans get their crunch from a patented hot air roasting process which means it’s fat-free. All snacks are organic, gluten free, peanut free, GMO Free and vegetarian. www.landgarten.at


7 Grasshopper Instant Noodles Grasshopper food launched its new instant noodles range at Lunch! It comes in both standard pots and its innovative and award-winning Hopper Pot with its squash-proof design which concertinas down to save space. The noodles come in Teriyaki, Chinese Five Spice and Thai Green Curry flavours. Each have 4% oatmeal content added to boost energy levels and are under 171 calories per pot. www.grasshopper-foods.com


8 Clearly Scrumptious Treats Clearly Scrumptious are a healthy treat company which offers a range of dried fruits which are 100% natural, vegan and under 100 calories in their 20 or 30g bags. Owners Rick and James say: “we use a range of drying techniques to produce sensational flavours and textures commonly found in unhealthy snacks." The range comes in strawberry, apple, golden berry and cranberry flavours so far. www.clearlyscrumptious.co.uk


9 Delifrance


Delifrance celebrated its 30th anniversary at lunch! To mark the occasion the company showed off its new ranges including the artisan-style Anniversary Baguette, the Unique Maison Heritage range, which is an extension of its provencette Panini range and viennoiserie, and the multi-award-winning Crois’ sandwich – a hybrid between the crispiness of bread and the soft texture of a croissant which is created using wholemeal flour and a blend of different seeds.


www.delifrance.co.uk


10 Be Fast Breakfast Drink


Be Fast is a new breakfast drink which claims to contain all the vitamins, minerals and fibre you need for a healthy start to the day. A protein-based milkshake, Be Fast is 98.5% fat free, filled with fibre and comes in vanilla, strawberry, chocolate and now banana flavours. www.befast.co.uk


11 Cuckoo Bircher Muesli


Cuckoo combines traditional Swiss Bircher muesli with modern flavours and contrasting textures from berries, crunchy dark linseeds and swirls of fruit compote. With less than 300 calories per 200g pot, Cuckoo Bircher muesli is wheat-free, high-fibre and low-GI. It also comes in smaller pots (90g or bespoke). Flavours are Apple & Cinnamon Spice with raisins, Elderflower & Cranberry with a blueberry and blackcurrant compote, Dark Chocolate & Sour Cherry, with Madagascan vanilla, Mango & Coconut, with a twist of lime and ginger, and Peach & Madagascan Vanilla, with raspberry compote. www.cuckoofoods.co.uk


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