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Biena Foods Expands Roasted Chickpea Line and Offers National Online Distribution Through Snackaisle.com
Biena Expands Into New Office in Cambridge, Massachusetts

CAMBRIDGE, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/24/13 -- After several successful sampling events throughout New England, Biena Foods today introduced two new flavors -- Barbeque and Honey Roasted -- to its popular line of Roasted Chickpea Snacks. The new flavors include Barbeque, with a classic barbeque flavor that features tangy, sweet, spicy and smoky undertones; and a Honey Roasted that uses authentic wildflower honey and a hint of sea salt to round out its distinct flavor. Honey Roasted and Barbeque join Biena's popular Sea Salt and Cinnamon Maple Chickpea Snacks, which can now be purchased nationally at SnackAisle.com, a leading distributor and retailer of all-natural and organic snacks. New England customers can purchase all four Biena Chickpea Snacks at Whole Foods Markets and select natural and specialty food stores in Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island and Northern Connecticut.

Packed with protein and nearly 25 percent of your daily value of fiber, Biena Chickpea Snacks are the new power snack that provide a satisfying, delicious and healthy alternative to standard snacks like potato chips. They have 75 percent less fat than peanuts and use only the finest US-grown, non-GMO chickpeas and all-natural spices and flavors. Biena Chickpea Snacks are also naturally gluten and nut free.

"We launched our new Honey Roasted and Barbeque flavors based on the amount of overwhelming positive feedback we've received from tasting events throughout New England," said Poorvi Patodia, founder of Biena Foods. "We are excited about our growth and new national distribution through Snackaisle.com."

In addition to adding new roasted chickpea flavors and national distribution, Biena Foods will move into a new, spacious office near Porter Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The new office provides ample room for testing new flavors along with direct shipping and distribution.

About Biena Foods
Biena Foods is a new snack food company that specializes in deliciously crunchy and healthy all-natural chickpea snacks. They are now available at Whole Foods Market in the New England region, in Specialty Stores, and also online at snackaisle.com or BienaFoods.com. Visit Biena Foods on Facebook (Biena Foods) and Twitter (@BienaFoods) for product information, updates, store demos and other news.

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