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New 'Eat Your Vegetables' chips launched

Good Health® has launched its new Eat Your Vegetables® chip lineup. Eat Your Vegetables chips are crafted with a blend of 8 Great Vegetables: carrots, sweet potatoes, kale, spinach, broccoli, tomato, beets and shiitake mushrooms, and feature five mouthwatering flavors, including Sea Salt, Jalapeño Ranch, Korean BBQ, Sour Cream & Onion and Sea Salt & Lime. The new products hit grocery store shelves throughout October 2016. 

Originally launched in 2012 under the Snikiddy brand halo, Eat Your Vegetables, joins the Good Health family of better-for-you snacks.

Mary Schulman, vice president of strategy at Good Health and original founder of Snikiddy said, “With the partnership between Snikiddy and Good Health memorialized earlier this year, we decided that Eat Your Vegetables was a better fit within the Good Health brand endorsement.”

“This will allow Snikiddy to return to its original roots – serving the snacking needs of the youngest members of the family.”

Crafted with high-quality ingredients perfectly blended into a deliciously light and crispy chip, Eat Your Vegetables chips are an excellent source of vitamins A and C and a good source of vitamins E and B6.

Certified Gluten Free, each chip is free of nuts, cholesterol, MSG, hydrogenated oils, trans fat and artificial colors. Many flavors are also Verified Non-GMO through the Non-GMO Project.

Eat Your Vegetables joins Good Health’s portfolio of veggie, potato and sweet potato kettle style chips, Veggie Stix® and straws, popcorn, pretzels and apple chips. 

Good Health’s new Eat Your Vegetables snack varieties retail for $3.49. All Good Health products are available across the United States in natural and grocery stores, including Safeway and Kroger, as well as national retailers such as Target, Walmart and CVS Pharmacy. 

For more information about Good Health or to view its full lineup of scrumptious snacks, please visit

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