Danbury, CT (PRWEB) January 01, 2013
LesserEvil Healthy Brands Co.-- a healthy snack food company located in Connecticut-- announces Wegman's will now offer Chia Crisps at all eighty locations. Wegman's, a large grocery retailer in the North East, now sells all four flavors of LesserEvil's black bean and milled chia seed chips.
"Consumers will be able to purchase our Southern Barbeque, Jalepeno White Cheddar, Crunchy Dill Pickle, and Feta and Black Olive Chia Crisp at all Wegman's locations," says LesserEvil CEO Charles Coristine. "The chip has been well received by several grocers and we are glad to come on board with Wegman's."
LesserEvil Chia Crisps offer a healthy alternative to traditional potato or rice-based snack foods without compromising on the flavor. Made with black bean and milled with Salba® Chia, Chia Crisps offer a higher protein and fiber content than other chips. In addition, the chia seed provides a rich source of Omega 3, rich in fiber, minerals, vitamin C and antioxidants.
Wegman's, located in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Virginia, will carry the four-ounce bags of all four flavors: Southern Barbeque, Crunchy Dill Pickle, Jalepeno White Cheddar, and Feta and Black Olive.
LesserEvil Healthy Brands, founded in 2004 and headquartered in Wilton, CT, provides snack products in the health food sector. Their products include Krinkle Sticks, Kettlecorn, Chia Pop, and Chia Crisps. Partnered with Autism Speaks, LesserEvil donates ten-percent of its profits to Autism Awareness.