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2013

Oats and Chia Seed: A Healthy Combination!

 

Embracing a fast-paced, active and “always-on-the-go” lifestyle does not mean that you have to sacrifice healthy and tasty meals. This is especially so with the arrival of Munchy’s new Oat Krunch Chia Seed, which offers the combined benefits of oats and chia seed in delicious and conveniently packed biscuits.  

Chia or Salvia Hispanica, as it is known scientifically, comes from a species of plant in the mint family. It is traditionally consumed by people in Central America and Southwestern United States but has gained much popularity globally in recent years because of its nutritional value. Chia seed has been touted by food experts as a ‘superfood’ because of its significant nutritional properties. Chia seed contains extremely high levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids as well as rich in protein, fiber, calcium, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. These are all nutrients that can benefit our health.

Bringing together the health benefits of oats and chia seed in a healthy, tasty and fun biscuit offers one a truly guilt-free snack. Munchy’s Oat Krunch Chia Seed is ideal for those who are health conscious but lead a busy life. You can satisfy your hunger pangs conveniently while knowing that these biscuits are good for you. Oat Krunch Chia Seed is also versatile. You can eat it as it is or crumble it up and mix it into your favorite shake. You can also sprinkle it on your cereals or salad for added healthy goodness. It is truly a snack that lets you say “It’s OK to Krunch’ anytime, anywhere and anyhow!

Munchy’sOat Krunch Chia Seed is now available at all leading retail outlets. It comes in a 416g pack priced at RM8.50 (West Malaysia) & RM8.90 (East Malaysia) and a 156g sharing pack priced at RM4.00 (West Malaysia) & RM4.40 (East Malaysia). For a limited time period only, the Oat Krunch Chia Seed 156g pack will come with 33% more contents courtesy of Munchy’s. Malaysians can now ‘Eat Healthy, Be Healthy’, in line with the Munchy’s theme in collaboration with the Federation of Private Medical Practitioner's Association, Malaysia

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