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Eat the Change introduces the first children’s breakfast


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Bethesda, MD — Snack company Eat the Change introduced Cosmic Carrot Chews, the first vegetable snack for kids on the market.

The vegetable-based snack will be available in three varieties: Sour Cherry Berry, Orange Mango and Apple Cinnamon. Made from four ingredients, this product will mainly contain carrot and fruit juice. Each sachet will contain 60 calories and one serving of carrots and have been dehydrated to create a chewy texture.

,“Waste avoidance is the result of being creative in the kitchen coupled with innovation,” said Chef Spike Mendelsohn, co-founder of Eat the Change. “I was doing R&D for a carrot chip product and was sent the wrong type of carrot. Instead of letting the food go to waste, I marinated and dehydrated them anyway, creating a chewy Texture vs a chip. When I brought my son home to chew carrots for taste, he loved them. That’s when I knew we were doing something great.”

Cosmic Carrot Chews are available nationwide through stores including Whole Foods Market Mid-Atlantic, MOM’s Organic Market, Erewhon and Hy-Ve. They are also available direct-to-consumer through eatchange.com and have a suggested retail price of $4.49 for a package.

“Our new Cosmic Carrot Chew is a delicious snack that is both planet-friendly and a healthier alternative to the ‘fruit snack’ category,” said Seth Goldman, the company’s co-founder. “They’ll be a lunchbox treat that parents will choose for their nutritional profile and kids will embrace because they’re fun and delicious.”



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