Cacao-Goji and Citrus-Chia Power Snack Varieties Offer “Bite-Sized Goodness” Made from the Most Nutrient-Dense Organic Functional Foods

Navitas Naturals has long been known for their simple, single-ingredient organic superfoods from around the world.  Recently, however, the award-winning company has added superfood combinations including a line of organic trail mixes, and innovative make-your-own chocolate superfood kits.  Now, Navitas Naturals is heeding the demands of snackers and retailers by going deeper into the realm of “nutrition convenience” by introducing Navitas Power Snacks.

“This is a breakthrough superfood product that we have been brainstorming and developing for a long time,” says CEO Zach Adelman, whom founded Navitas Naturals in 2003.  “Navitas Power Snacks are a simple and delicious way to introduce people to superfoods, or to provide experienced superfoodies with a fun new format to enjoy some of their favorites.”  

Offered in an 8-ounce re-sealable and recyclable pouch for a SRP of $8.99, Navitas Power Snacks are chewy, bite-sized nuggets that provide robust flavor.  It is a healthy bonus that they contain no refined sugar, and are gluten-free and dairy-free.  Navitas Power Snacks and other Navitas products are available at a wide variety of retail locations throughout North America including Whole Foods Markets, Wegmans and HEB, and at many online stores such as Amazon.com and NavitasNaturals.com.  Cacao-Goji and Citrus-Chia Power Snack Varieties Offer “Bite-Sized Goodness” Made from the Most Nutrient-Dense Organic Functional Foods

In addition to the raw cacao powder and goji powder that Navitas Naturals is renowned for, Cacao Goji Power Snack also features exotic superfoods from Central and South America – maca, chia seeds, camu-camu and lucuma powder, as well as other wholesome raw foods such as date paste, raisins, sesame seeds and sunflower seeds.  In addition to chia seeds, Citrus Chia Power Snack contains maca, camu-camu and lucuma superfoods, as well as apricot, raisin, cashew and coconut flakes.   

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