WITH GLUTEN [and guilt] FREE
With more and more gluten-free products being added to
grocery store shelves every day, it can be more overwhelming
than ever to find great-tasting options that meet your unique
dietary needs. In fact, according to the market research group,
Packaged Facts, the U.S. market for gluten-free foods and
beverages is projected to exceed $5 billion by 2015.
Enter riceworks®, a line of whole grain brown rice crisps that
are gluten-, cholesterol- and wheat-free; contains no MSG,
preservatives or trans fat; and is vegan- and celiac-friendly.
What began as a quest by one of the largest rice growers
in California to create a unique snack has evolved into one
of the most trusted gluten-free snacks on the market
today. These whole grain
brown rice crisps have even
been praised by the likes of
O, The Oprah Magazine,
Rachel Ray, Real Simple,
and Health magazine.
SO WHAT’S A GLUTEN-FREE GIRL TO DO?
ESPECIALLY WHEN SHE’S SUFFERING
FROM A SNACK ATTACK?
Enjoy riceworks right out of the
bag, but for a twist, try your
favorite snack at mealtime
with these delicious recipes.
Riceworks are available
in Sweet Chili, Sea Salt,
Salsa Fresca, Tangy BBQ,
Parmesan Tomato and Sea
Salt and Black Sesame. They are sold throughout the United States, Canada and Great Britain.
While riceworks fans recognize these whole grain brown rice
crisps as “sinfully delicious,” this gluten-free snack still offers
guilt-free enjoyment, and is an ideal solution for your daily
struggle between good and evil snacking.
In fact, riceworks has recently launched a Facebook app
allowing consumers to release their snacking guilt. When
consumers visit the riceworks Facebook page, they can
confess their snacking sins via Webcam, by uploading
a video or submitting text. And don’t worry; everyone’s
snacking sins will be secret – users are able to conceal their
identities. With a clear conscience, confessors receive a
coupon for $1 off a bag of riceworks to help stave off the
next snack attack.
You can help others confess their snacking sins by sharing your
confession with your Facebook friends and Twitter followers, and
help spread the word that riceworks®— Tastes Evil, But Isn’t™.