Forging a healthy relation-chip

Both Products

The Good Crisp Company – a brand of better-for-you chips in the classic canister – has launched Cheese Balls, which offer immune-boosting properties to help consumers develop a better ‘relation-chip’ with their snacks.

The Good Crisp Company Cheese Balls were inspired by founder and CEO Matt Parry’s experience in seeing his daughter undergo chemotherapy treatments for leukaemia. Witnessing the power of the immune system first hand, he set out to create a snack that was beneficial to health, adding a clinically proven immune-boosting ingredient called Wellmune.

The Good Crisp Company Cheese Balls are non-GMO, gluten-free and made with all-natural ingredients, available in two flavours: Cheddar and Aged White Cheddar.

“With Cheese Balls, we are thrilled to offer a nutritious new snack that doesn’t compromise on flavour and can be easily incorporated into the family routine without guilt,” ​said Parry.

“My family’s health was at the forefront when developing this product and with the inclusion of Wellmune, we hope to bring families an immune-boosting snack that they can feel great about eating.”

The Good Crisp Company Cheese Balls are available online, with plans for a wider rollout in select retailers across the US, for an RRP of $4 for a 2.75oz canister.

Scone up

The Atlanta-based bakery that is known for its modern wildly creative flavours – like Fig & Goats Cheese, Buffalo Chicken, Apple Caramel and Strawberry Champagne (with real bubbly) – has added a gluten-free and vegan artisanal range to its 100+ portfolio of handmade artisanal scones.