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Mondelez International Introduces New Savory Snack Brand

Mondelez International Introduces New Savory Snack Brand
March 08
16:14 2016

Mondelēz International is responding to consumer demand for more wholesome savory snack options with its first new snack brand in over a decade – GOOD THiNS. The brand starts with real ingredients (like wheat, potato and rice), combines them with enticing flavours (like garlic, spinach and sweet potato) and bakes each piece thin and crispy without any artificial flavours, colours, cholesterol, partially hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup. GOOD THiNS will be available in eight delicious varieties at launch:

“At Mondelēz International, what’s important to consumers is important to us. We’re regularly taking a consumer pulse on ingredient and flavor preferences, and we’re excited to launch a brand that delivers on a broad range of these interests,” says Danielle Brown, Marketing Director for GOOD THiNS at Mondelēz International. “Best of all, it’s a snack that you can feel good about.”

She adds: “The name ‘GOOD THiNS’ pays tribute to the delicious taste and wholesome ingredients, as well as the thin and crispy texture,” said Brown. “GOOD THiNS is good on so many levels, we think it will naturally become a go-to for our consumers in any snacking situation.”

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