DeMet’s Candy Company has recently acquired TrueNorth, a brand of snacks previously under the ownership of Frito-Lay N. America. TrueNorth nut snacks are known for containing all natural ingredients, which makes it popular to snackers, especially those health-conscious ones.
Under a new ownership, a new addition has just been added in the TrueNorth line of snacks. The new snackfood, “TrueNorth Chocolate Nut Crunch”, is a nut snack that combines roasted almonds, cashews and pecans. This nutty combination is then added with just the right amount of sea salt and a hint of sweetness. All of these are then enrobed in milk chocolate, resulting in a crunchy, yet not an overindulgent treat.
This new nut crunch joins other TrueNorth nut snack items like the Almond-Pecan Crunch, the Peanut Crunch and the Cashew Nut Crunch. All of these nut snack items are packed in redesigned and resealable retail pouches. TrueNorth nut snacks are available in grocery chains like Wal-Mart, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Sam’s Club, and H-E-B.
According to DeMet’s CEO David Clarke, the company is very excited about this newest addition to the nut crunch line. As TrueNorth is already a popular brand when it comes to outstanding nut crunch snacks, the new “TrueNorth Chocolate Nut Crunch” will only add to the brand’s good reputation. Clarke also added that the company is confident that this new product will be a success in the market, as everybody loves that sweet and salty combination.
“TrueNorth Chocolate Nut Crunch” is now available in different retail stores all over the country. Suggested selling price for every 5-ounce pack is between $3.49-$3.99.