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We reach out to founders driven by a strong purpose behind the creation of their craft chips. Here, we bring you their stories.
High protein, vegan, low fat and gluten free. Ticks all the boxes of a healthy snack that I was looking for!
Perfect replacement for popcorns. Looks like one, taste even better and definitely much healthier than them!
My family LOVES this flavour of pretzels. Taste exactly like churros just in a pretzel form. They are so addictive, and sufficiently filling at the same time, so I dont have to finish it all at once!
Great to see some activated & gut friendy chips on the market, great taste & crunch
My husband and I are always on the lookout for vegan alternatives that are good for digestion.
We haven't heard of activated crisps before and wasn't sure how we would validate the gut health that was mentioned on the packaging. What I can say is that these chips here have a really good crunch which then almost dissolves in your mouth. Definitely unlike the usual potato chips that you taste. For this price, I would say it's definitely worth it for the health benefits!
Peas with Purpose. BEPPS have partnered with St Nicholas Academy Mission school in Ghana where they sponsor kids in need through school, with every bag of BEPPS purchased.
5th Season partners with Farm Africa to help reduce poverty in Eastern Africa by helping farmers to grow more, sell more and sell for more. Every bag sold sees a donation made to Farm Africa!
Howdah has a “1 pack = 1 free school lunch” initiative through Akshaya Patra charity, whose vision is that no child in India shall be deprived of education because of hunger.
Chika’s aims to give 38,000 girls access to education by 2025 through supporting World Vision’s Empowering Girls Education Program, and will build schools across Africa in the next decade.
Boundless supports Frank Water, a charity that works with some of the most deprived communities in India and Nepal to help them secure safe, clean drinking water, and improve hygiene and sanitation.
In partnership with Action Village India, which helps villagers in some of the most remote parts of rural India improve their lives and livelihoods, a portion of Plant Pops' profits go to farmers and their families.