Our Snacks

Our Snacks

The Smooth Foods Snacks are light and healthy, nutritionally-filling and made from Cameroonian seed and nut recipes and methods. They are full of plant-based proteins and nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, fibre, omega-3, and are low in cholesterol—all providing for a smoothly functioning mind and body.

One hundred percent natural and subtly sweet, they are :

Gluten-free  Vegan-friendly  Have No Wheat  No Dairy  No Eggs  No Soy  No Trans Fats, and  No Preservatives or Artificial Additives

Enjoy our Smooth Foods Snacks on your breakfast cereal,  mixed with yoghurt,  during breakfast,  watching TV or  out and about.

Keep Smooth Foods Snacks on hand—they will enliven your day.

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Pepita Seeds (Pumpkin Seeds) are full of vital nutrients and healthy benefits that are good for our human body. They are rich in minerals like iron, calcium and lack cholesterol. 

Smooth Foods Pepita Seeds are also a good source of protein, fibre, omega-3 and unsaturated fats and are rich in vitamin B and E.

 

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Almonds are a high-fat food, but they are largely a monounsaturated fat which helps to protect the heart by maintaining levels of cholesterol.

They are a great source of fibre and protein, and contain important nutrients including vitamin E, selenium, zinc, calcium, magnesium and B vitamins, especially folate and biotin (vitamin B7).

Smooth Foods Almond Slivers are good for maintaining and reducing weight because they help to reduce hunger when eaten.

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Walnuts are a great source of nutrients and the plant form of omega-3 fat. They may help protect your brain and also help to reduce harmful cholesterol.

Though walnuts are calorie-dense, you may not absorb all of the calories in walnuts.

Additionally, they may even help you control appetite and hunger—hence, controlling weight gain. Smooth Foods Walnuts are easy to add to your diet as they are moreish and super-delicious.

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