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Pimp My Salad convenience serves

Pimp My Salad has introduced convenient single-serve versions of its salad boosters.

The Byron Bay brand’s Super Seed Sprinkles, Coconut Bacon and Cashew Parmesan are now available as on-the-go sachets. Like the original products, the new convenience serves are designed to be snacked on or added to a meal.

The Pimp My Salad range contains minimal ingredients and is vegan, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free and raw. The Super Seed Sprinkles and Coconut Bacon are slowly dehydrated at 46℃ for 16-24 hours, making them suitable for raw diets.

Pimp My Salad is part of Extraordinary Foods, a Byron Bay-based food company that also encompasses Pure, a line of probiotic kale chips. The company was started by Russian couple Alex and Olga Plotnikova, who settled in Australia and founded the company in 2013.

KEY SELLING POINTS

The range is vegan, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free and raw. Made in Australia.

Extraordinary Foods | RRP $2.95 | SIZE 15-20g | Shelf Stable

Gemma Kaczerepa
Gemma Kaczerepa is a writer and editor based in Melbourne. She has written across multiple topics including food, travel and sustainability, but has a strong passion for health products and natural beauty.
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