Karma Bites is releasing a high protein, low fat, and mineral dense snack for the health-conscious consumer with its Popped Lotus Seed bites. 

For founder Ashwin Ahuja, Karma Bites was the answer to his search for a healthy snack which he found through one of his family’s common household snacks, the lotus seed. 

Ahuja’s business partner and DJB Food Group founder and managing director David Burn, launched Karma Bites in Australia 12 months ago after success in the UK and 20 countries. 

“After stumbling across Karma Bites at the Anuga Food Show in Germany in October 2019, I noticed a gap in the Australian market for an innovative, funky snack brand and knew it would pop off shelves,” said Burn. 

Available in Himalayan Salt, Peri Peri, and Caramel flavours, the 100 calories per serve gluten-free snack is vegan, free of refined sugar and artificial ingredients. 

Karma Bites Popped Lotus Seed bites are available at Woolworths for RRP $2.95.

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