Project Description

Organic Snacks

muesli, cookies, fruits bars, dried fruits.

Organic Snacks
Organic Snacks
Organic Snacks

Treat yourself with an organic break with Organicity, and taste the difference of snacks made with natural and organic ingredients. These products are the perfect solution for those who want to eat something healthy and tasty.  

The Organic Snacks offer includes  muesli, cookies, fruits bars, dried fruits, crackers, rice cakes and other bread alternatives.

These kind of products are ideal at every moment of the day from breakfast to dinner. They are the best option for a low carb diet and for a healthy choice.

The organic snacks of the Organicity network contain several cereals: oat, rice, amaranth, quinoa, teff, millet, buckwheat,

They are combined with different kind of dried fruits and seeds: nuts, almonds, pistachios, red fruits.

The majority of these products are vegan and naturally gluten free, with no soy, lactose or added sugars.

Plus,  they are ideal to be combined with yogurt, milk, jams and juices.

Nutritional properties

The products of this categories comprehend a lot of cereals like oat, amaranth, quinoa, teff, millet, buckwheat.

These cereals are mixed with dried fruits, honey and other ingredients in order to have an energetic, tasty and healthy food.

Let’s have a look to some examples of cereals rich in benefits for the health system.

Oat products contains Beta glucan properties. As stated in the journal J Nutr Metab*

Beta glucan (β-glucan) is a soluble fiber readily available from oat and barley grains that has been gaining interest due to its multiple functional and bioactive properties. Its beneficial role in insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and obesity is being continuously documented (…). Consequently, the applicability of β-glucan as a food ingredient is being widely considered with the dual purposes of increasing the fiber content of food products and enhancing their health properties.

Quinoa is a seed that is prepared and consumed like a cereal. Cooked quinoa is mostly composed by insoluble fibers (80-90%), such as cellulose

Insoluble fibers have been associated with reduced risk of diabetes**

Cooked quinoa consists of water (71.6%), carbohydrates (21.3%), protein (4.4%) and fat (1.92%).

Moreover, some of the insoluble fiber may be fermented in the gut like the soluble fibers, feeding the friendly bacteria and promoting better overall health

Teff contains eight different amino acids and deliver substantial support for growth and development. Teff contains Vitamin C and several minerals and nutrients, especially a high density of calcium essential for bone growth and development. Teff grain has been known as an anti-inflammatory and menstrually soothing agent for generations.

Millet is a very important grain with significant levels of protein and dietary fiber. According to the USDA National Nutrient Database***, it contains impressive starch levels, vitamin B, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, magnesium, and fats.


*Beta Glucan: Health Benefits in Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome
D. El Khoury, C. Cuda, B. L. Luhovyy, and G. H. Anderson

**J Nutr. 2008 Mar;138(3):439-42.