Annie’s™ Organic, Bunny Fruit Snacks BERRY PATCH flavor
Pros: tasty, not sticky in hand or packet, non GMO, gluten free, organic ingredients, no artificial colors or flavors
Cons: none noted
Annie’s™ Organic, Bunny Fruit Snacks BERRY PATCH flavor generated using real fruit juice and no artificial preservatives, flavors or colors are a mouthwatering, fun to devour, treat that are more nourishing than some of the more sugary nibble treats available for adults and children alike.
Even the package on the shelf is attention-grabbing. Bernie, Annie’s beloved pet bunny, emerging from a lemony yellow circle is found at the top of the front panel. Words Homegrown and Organic appear above and below the name of the product. Flavor type is found midway on the panel above the signature cutout bunny located at the bottom of the pane.
Researching the Annie’s website I find Organic Berry Patch Bunny Fruit Snacks are a delicious mix of strawberry, cherry and raspberry flavored bunnies.
For those who are vegan; Annie’s Bunnies do not contain gelatin; are certified organic.
While I have no problem with gluten; I like having these snack items available to share with sis who must avoid gluten.
I do prefer food that are non GMO, do not rely on artificial colors, preservatives and flavors; these tasty little morsels made with real fruit juice provide 100% of the Daily Value of Vitamin C
Major Ingredients Organic Tapioca Syrup, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic White Grape Juice Concentrate, Pectin. Color includes Black Carrot Juice, Flavors are natural.
Note: Ingredients, Nutrition Facts, and Allergen Statements can change. Always refer to the actual package for the most complete and accurate information.
I first was introduced to Annie’s tasty, healthy products while teaching First Grade. Each month the snack calendar was sent home, with each child’s name written in one of the boxes and Mrs. M’s name in the first two.
Parents often sent nice healthy, tasty snack items including Annie’s bunnies both gummies and crackers.
This attention-grabbing, purple card stock paper package filled with assorted peach, rose and magenta toned bunny fruit snacks features the traditional cutaway bunny revealing a ration of the tasty fruit flavored treats to tempt shoppers as they travel the aisles of the local big box stone.
I like the consistency of the gummies, soft; not hard, mushy or sticky in the box or the hand. Flavor is berry not strawberry, blackberry or raspberry; but berry nonetheless. The grape juice adds a little piquant tang that I find tasty and pleasant, rather than too sweet
Happy to recommend Annie’s™ Organic, Bunny Fruit Snacks BERRY PATCH flavor.
Available on Amazon $12.75 4 cartons 5 pouches each
Perusal of the Annie’s website I find : It all started with Annie
In 1989, Annie Withey co-founded Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. with Andrew Martin with the goal of making a healthy and delicious macaroni and cheese for families.
She wanted to show by example that a successful business could also be socially responsible.
Annie chose Bernie, her pet rabbit, to be the brand’s “Rabbit of Approval,” and she put her own address and phone number on each box to encourage customers to connect with her.
1610 Fifth St
Berkeley Ca 94710