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Upcycled Corn Germ Is The Core Of Kazoo Snacks

September 23, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
Billed as the “first water-saving tortilla brand,” the Dallas, Texas-based snacks are made with 40 percent upcycled corn germ, repurposed from the U.S. corn starch industry that produces germ as a by-product. Traditional tortilla chip companies use 100 percent virgin growth corn. According to the company, the reclaiming and upcycling reduces Kazoo's water footprint by at least 20 gallons per bag.    Kazoo Snacks' tortilla chips, available in Restaurant Style, Bite-sized, and Lime Zest varieties, are vegan, kosher, gluten-free, 140 calories per serving, and rich in fiber, calcium, potassium, and 100 percent natural ingredients. The snacks are sold at an SRP of $4.99 per 11-ounce bag at Hyvee and Market of Choice, and will soon arrive on shelves in Whole Foods Northern California and on Amazon. 
"Kazoo Snacks Releases the World's First Water-Saving Tortilla Chip", PR Newswire, September 23, 2021, © Cision US Inc.
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