Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Nakd. Wildly Different Infused Raisins

Until I started receiving Graze snacks, I’d never seen or even heard of raisins infused with other flavours. This is such a brilliant idea. I don’t know how they do it, but somehow, by infusing the flavour of another fruit, the humdrum raisin is turned into a far more interesting and tasty snack.

The idea must be catching on. I recently came across these four new varieties of raisins from Nakd. They’re called Wildly Different Cherry Infused Raisins, Lemon Infused Raisins, Orange Infused Raisins and Pineapple Infused Raisins.

They’re available in handy snack sized 25g packs and all of them have 75 calories a pack.

Here’s a bit of Nakd. information from the packs:

We’re a young company dedicated to promoting health, humour and helpfulness. That means we make good, natural stuff, do our best to help others and try to spread a little cheer along the way. So Happy Birthday! (eventually) 

Each pack contains only natural ingredients and counts as 1 of your 5 a day. They have no added sugar, are 100% vegan, and sun dried, not baked.
Nakd. Cherry Infused Raisins

The flavours in these raisins are very well blended, with just a hint of the raisin taste and the other fruit a bit stronger. My children love them too, with the youngest saying the cherry flavour tasted like her cherry Blossom lip balm!

Raisins have never been one of my favourite snacks either, but when they're infused with other flavours, I find them that much tastier.

I’ve only seen these Nakd. Wildly Different raisins in a branch of Sainsbury’s so far. But since they're new, they will hopefully start arriving in other major stores soon.

In the meantime, you can buy them from Amazon  in single packs or multi-packs of 18.

Online stores include:

Goodness Direct
Healthy Supplies

Nutrition Information per 25g pack: 75 calories, 1g protein, 20g carbohydrates,18g sugar*, 0g fat, 1g fibre. *Contains only the naturally occurring, unrefined sugars found within fruit.

Ingredients: Sun-dried raisins, citric acid, natural flavour (that’s it).

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