Nibbles for the health conscious who have great taste in food!
Love snacking but worried about weight gain and those nasty effects of high salt and high sugar in packaged snacks ? Worry not, Hey!Chips brings a whole new healthier way to snacking with its assortment of all natural chips made from vegetables, fruits and nuts with NOTHING artificial added.
Hey!Chips a Singapore start up founded by Singaporean Emily Chu in 2018 promotes healthy guilt-free snacking. It pegs the gap between “healthy’ and “tasty” by offering great tasting snacks in natural flavors- without any sugar, chemicals or artificial flavourings added. Its ingredients are ethically sourced directly from farms, making them the first local fruit and vegetable snack that is 100% traceable from farm-to-table.
Guilt-Free Snacking during WFH and HBL
With Work from Home and Home Based Learning becoming an integral part of our daily routine during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, consumers are looking for guilt-free snacking options. This is the reason why, Hey! Chips doubled its sales following the circuit breaker last year, selling close to 50,000 packs over the past six months. As per the company, most orders were for snack boxes purchased by young mothers to satisfy snack carvings of young children at home- a testimony to the nutritional content of its chips, as well as care packages sent by schools and corporations – including Grab and PWC – to employees working from home.
Hey! Chips maintains its strong belief that “less is more” by keeping its snacks as bare as possible. The brand focuses on making simple, unassuming but fantastic natural flavours: Banana, Mango, Pineapple, Okra, Onion and Brocolli. Hey!Chips has also come out with assorted packs of locally-baked nut mixes to complement its signature fruit chips: Pecan trail mix with mixed fruit chips, Cashew trail mix with mixed fruit chips, Walnut trail mix with mixed fruit chips and more delicious flavors.
Find out more at www.heychips.com. Hey!Chips can be ordered online at its official website as well as at FairPrice Marketplace, Lazada, and Shopee and at various retail outlets across the island.