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Mainstream brand Pure Protein gets into a less common format in its Popped Crisps

Pure Protein Popped Crisps

Pure Protein is another mainstream, protein-specializing company known for its convenient, high-protein products, including different types of protein bars in a variety of flavors, and protein RTDs and powder. This week the brand has come out with something completely different, at least compared to its other types of functional creations, introducing the chip-style snack, Pure Protein Popped Crisps.

Popped Crisps from Pure Protein is a bag of popped — never fried — crisps or chips that are high in protein, packing a solid 12g a bag, and it’s plant-based protein coming from pea and soy protein. The other macros making up a serving of the product are 13g of carbohydrates with 1 to 2g of that sugar, 6g of fat, and 150 calories, in two classic crisp flavors; Sour Cream & Onion and Hickory Barbecue.

Pure Protein Popped Crisps Label

To be one of the first to try Pure Protein’s newest protein-packed product, you’ll want to head to the online giant Amazon, where the Popped Crisps are in stock and available for purchase at $22.88 for a bundle of 12 bags. That bundle actually comes with six of each flavor, so you can try the entire menu, and if you get in soon, there is a coupon for 20% off, dropping Pure Protein Popped Crisps to $18.30.