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Avocado Puff Snacks Are BFY, But Not Quite As Healthful As Real Avocados

June 27, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
San Francisco-based Avo Crazy, a brand of Millennials-owned Naked Market, has introduced Avocado Puffs ($24 for eight-pack), better-for-you puffed snacks made from avocado powder. To make sure the powder doesn’t turn rancid during production, the avocados are first dehydrated and the fat is removed. The powder is then introduced during the puffing process. That means, unfortunately, that consumers are not getting the same healthy fats in the puffed snack as in a normal avocado. The snacks are dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and relatively low in sodium (190 mg preserving) for a chip. Flavors available include vegan cheddar, vegan ranch, and BBQ.[Image Credit: © Project Breakfast]
Emily Laurance, "If Cheese Puffs and an Avocado Had a Baby, It Would Be This New Healthy Snack", WellAndGood.com, June 27, 2020, © Well+Good LLC
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