Classic Foods Unveils New Line of Organic Tortilla Chips

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All-Natural Stoned Classics® Organic

Classic Foods, family owned, North American snack food manufacturer, has always offered an appetizing, all-natural snack, but will never stop their stride for a healthier world and this time went organic. Yes, Organic! Introducing: Stoned Classics® Organic!

This new line is certified organic by the USDA and Quality Assurance International. These tortilla chips are made from yellow corn and proudly stamped with the 100% Whole Grain symbol, meaning that the cooking process starts with the complete corn kernel instead of the powder or flower. Inspired by the Aztecs, the kernels are then stone ground, which is what gives it that extra flavor and natural texture.

New Stoned Classics® Organic will come in 3 all-natural flavors: Spinach Artichoke and Cheese, Cilantro Lime Fresco and Natural. They also contain absolutely no cholesterol, no Trans fat and no preservatives. In addition, this crunchy snack is cooked under kosher conditions and is gluten-free so they can be enjoyed by almost everyone. Stoned Classics® Organic will be available in 7oz retail packaging that took a year to perfect the design and it came out absolutely dazzling. Husks of corn wrap around the bag in earth tone colors. Each flavor has their own distinctive stripe of color down the middle with a window to display the delicious tortilla chips inside. Its dynamic flow and tantalizing look will have you grabbing this bag off the shelf.

Classic Foods, Inc. is a family owned manufacturer of top quality branded snack foods, who is passionate about a healthy world for generations to come. Distributed throughout the United States and Canada, brands include Kettle Classics® Potato Chips, Stoned Classics® Tortilla Chips, Baked Classics® Potato Crisps and California Classics™ School Snacks. Classic Foods products are available in traditional food-service outlets, institutional locations, and national food chains.


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