Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips, Now with 100% Whole Grain Brown Rice

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The same great taste with increased nutrition.

“Beanfields is committed to quality, taste, and nutrition,” said Reed Glidden, Beanfields Founder, and CEO. “Switching to 100% whole grain brown rice in our chips is a perfect example of us delivering on that promise,” added Glidden.

Can a perfectly delicious chip get even better? The folks at Beanfields Snacks say, “Yes it can!”

“Beanfields is committed to quality, taste, and nutrition,” said Reed Glidden, Beanfields Founder, and CEO. “Switching to 100% whole grain brown rice in our chips is a perfect example of us delivering on that promise,” added Glidden.

The rice in Beanfields chips is now a blend of USDA certified organic whole grain brown rice and Non-GMO Project verified whole grain brown rice. These groundbreaking chips now have more protein (5 grams) than a one-ounce serving of eggs and more fiber (6 grams) than a one-ounce serving of the leading raisin bran cereal.

“It has always been our goal to switch to 100% brown rice,” said Reed Glidden. "We placed this demand on our suppliers even though they said we couldn't do it. Well, we did it and through multiple taste tests the verdict is in, people couldn’t tell the difference or liked the chips with brown rice even better."

Beanfields will be featuring their bean & (brown) rice chips at the world’s largest natural product trade event, the 35th annual Natural Products Expo West, being held in Anaheim CA, March 6-8, 2015.

“We continue to innovate, improve, and deliver quality taste and nutrition,” said Roy Glidden, Beanfields Co-Founder, Executive VP of Sales, and Reed’s younger brother. “We developed a bean chip that tastes great, is certified gluten-free, and Non-GMO Project verified. Our Nacho chips, our new Ranch chips, and all of our chip flavors are dairy-free and vegan, plus they all have zero grams of sugar, including our new sweet and tangy Barbecue chips,” added Roy Glidden.

It seems Beanfields has succeeded again in its mission to provide snack lovers with something much, much better than empty calorie snacks, increasing the nutrition while selling them at that same affordable price. One has to wonder what is next for this innovative family brand.

About Beanfields

In addition to creating better-for-you snacks, Beanfields also takes pride in its ethical business practices to create a better experience for its customers and partners on every level. Beanfields is a certified B Corp and recently changed its corporate structure from an LLC to a Delaware Public Benefit Corporation. This change in legal structure helps bake Beanfields’ mission of kinder business practices into the structural DNA of the company.

Beanfields Chips are Non-GMO Project verified, certified gluten free, vegan, contain no corn ingredients, or any of the FDA top 8 ingredients that trigger 90% of food allergies. The chips are sold in premium stores all over the USA and Canada. They are available in seven flavors, including the two newest flavors, Ranch and Barbecue, as well as Sea Salt, Nacho, Pico de Gallo, Salt n’ Pepper, and Unsalted.

It takes a while for changes to get through the supply chain, so consumers should look for the bean & (brown) rice chips to start hitting store shelves starting in May 2015.

Full-sized bags of Beanfields Bean and Rice chips suggested retail price is $2.99-$3.99. Snack-sized bags are $1.19-$1.49.

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