Rice Thins are the latest range added to Table of Plenty’s product portfolio. The on-the-go snack is low in calories and available in four flavours.

Table of Plenty founder Kate Weiss said she developed Rice Thins for people with a busy lifestyle looking for better snack options.

“Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins are crunchy and light, with a hint of indulgence to help you get over the 3pm slump. They are naturally popped – not fried – and made using wholegrain rice and pure chocolate/yoghurt coating made with cocoa butter,” said Weiss.

“The Rice Thins are portion controlled, gluten free, palm oil free and GMO free, so you don’t have to worry about hidden nasties. They are perfect to keep in your car or to pop in your kids’ lunchboxes. The larger size will keep your older kids and teenagers satisfied.”

Rice Thins come in packs of two across all four flavours – Dark Chocolate and Coconut (vegan), Passionfruit Yoghurt, Salted Caramel and Belgian Milk Chocolate.

The new range is now available in Coles stores for RRP $1.95.

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