The company was founded in 1980 by Michael Pels, the current owner and Managing Director, and employs 100 people in its manufacturing facility in Sydney, Australia.
Real Foods has experienced rapid growth over the last 12 years since the development and launch of its major product line, Corn Thins, a natural, low-fat crispbread made from popped corn."
GUILT FREE FOODS. I am literally in heaven over these corn thins. They are so incredibly good, and you can feel no guilt after eating them. The calorie and carb count is absolutely amazing. At this exact moment I'm eating the Tasty Cheese flavor. The Nutritional Facts: Serving is 1 slice. Calories per that slice, 28. Total fat .5, total sodium 51mg, and total cars, 5g. I mean come on, this is a perfect snack!
These Corn thins are by far my new favorite snack. I'm seriously watching my carb intake this year, and every time I go into the pantry, instead of reaching for some chips, I grab a corn thin.
The Flavors they offer are: Original
Soy & Linseed
Tasty Cheese (absolute favorite, the bag is almost gone :()
Sour Cream & Chives
Here are some more facts about Corn Thins: No preservatives
Less than 10% fat
Gluten & GMO Free
The whole family can enjoy!!
I just checked and they sell these Corn Thins at the Kroger in the town over. I'm excited, as soon as I'm out of the ones I received, I'm definitely going over there and buying some more. You can find where they are near you by clicking here. You don't have to use just peanut butter and bananas like I did... there are so many different ways to eat the Corn Thins, and you can find out ideas here. I am so incredibly happy I had a chance to try these. No complaints at all. 110% satisfied!!!
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