Thursday, January 7, 2010

Pirate Brands Named MVS (Most Valuable Snack)

Pirate Brands Products Triumph over Unhealthy Snacks During the Big Game

You've just kicked-off your New Year’s diets and work-out regimens, and with The Big Game just around the corner, we bet you’re going to need tips on how not to fumble by eating unhealthy foods that will leave you feeling like a linebacker. Luckily, Pirate Brands, makers of all-natural snacks including Pirate’s Booty is here to offer some healthier alternatives that you can nosh on while still achieving your 2010 goals.

Pirate’s Booty is a deliciously baked all-natural snack made from puffed rice and corn. Pirate’s Booty is only up to 130 calories per serving, is trans-fat and gluten free and comes in great subtle flavors like Aged White Cheddar, Veggie, Sour Cream & Onion, New York Pizza, Sea Salt & Vinegar and Barbeque. Pick up a 4 oz. bag for The Big Game.

Smart Puffs are all-natural corn puffs made with real Wisconsin cheddar that are baked to perfection. Smart Puffs are trans-fat and gluten free. A 4.5 oz. bag will surely score a touchdown at the Sunday party!

Original Tings are all-natural vegan crunchy corn sticks made from the finest milled American corn. Tings are trans-fat and gluten free. Pick up a 6 oz. bag to become the MVP in your house!

As the leader of the healthy snacking revolution, Pirate Brands has created products for the whole family that are healthy all-natural, baked and delicious. They’ve eliminated fryers and trans fats from all of their products and keep the ingredients simple. Their only additives are just good fun.

Be inspired to live a little healthier and have fun while doing it! Let’s weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen!

Editor's note: yes, this is an obvious advertisement and normally we wouldn't simply promote a product so blatantly... however, we love Pirate's Booty and the other Pirate Brand snacks so we're endorsing them whole-heartedly as we head to the closet to open a new bag. Good stuff, been eating for years and years!

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