Organix Goodies Launches New Crispy Bars

A few weeks back Organix Goodies kindly sent us a sample of the new Crispy Bars. We have been working with Organix Goodies quite a lot now and I have to say most products were a big runner with the kids. The only one that didn’t quite hit was the puffs. But anyway, everyone has different tastes. So…

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The new Organix Goodies Crispy Bars are packed full of juicy raisins and crispy puffs of rice, they’re a fruity, no junk snack for little adventures. If your little one loves Goodies soft oaty bars – the UK’s top selling toddler snack – they’ll love to try these new crispy bars. They’re available in two tasty flavours: tangy berry – bursting with a fruity twist from strawberry and raspberry juice – and scrummy cocoa & orange – a new flavour in your local supermarket’s baby aisle. Packed into individually wrapped bars for little tums, they offer a new lighter texture for little ones to explore on the go or in between meals.

These new crispy bars come with the Organix No Junk Promise, a stamp of reassurance that they are made with the best organic ingredients and contain nothing unnecessary, so your little one gets great tasting snacks, without the junk.

New Goodies crispy bars come in a multipack containing 6 x 18g individually wrapped bars. RRP: £2.49 You’ll find them  in selected Tesco, Morrison’s and Waitrose stores – coming soon in other retailers.

My four year old loved these. When he finished one, he wanted another one, so it’s definitely a hit with him. My 22 months old wasn’t too sure about them. She nibbled on them a bit and that was it but I think when she is a bit older, she will like these too. She doesn’t have that many teeth yet, I know she is nearly two years of age but they seem to be taking their time breaking through.

It can be a challenge to ensure your little one is snacking healthily. Wherever your little one needs a snack – running around in the garden, on a long car journey or on the way home from a swimming lesson – Organix Goodies has a choice of foods to suit any occasion.

Organix 2016 - Moors Valley Park, Bournemouth. ©Barbara Evripidou2016; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com
Organix 2016 – Moors Valley Park, Bournemouth. ©Barbara Evripidou2016; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

7 reasons why toddlers need to snack

• Eating little and often is ideal as little tummies only hold small amounts
• Tops up little ones’ intake of nutrients, to meet their daily needs
• Provides essential calories to meet toddlers’ energy needs
• Adds variety to the diet with different tastes and textures
• Gives opportunities to try new foods either at home or out and about
• Keeps your little one going in between meals
• Helps teach healthy food habits

Disclaimer: I was sent the product above, however the opinion is my very own as always.

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