Monday, July 29, 2013

Gratify Gluten Free Pretzels Add Flavor and Crunch to Summer #Giveaway

Are you looking for a great sweet, and salty treat? Well I have a wonderful suggestion for you all, pretzels from Gratify Foods. Here is a little more information about the company from the website:

Osem USA Inc. is set to officially launch their premier line of gluten-free foods with the introduction of six different varieties of pretzels.  Osem has a long history of creating unique and innovative gluten-free foods distributed worldwide. This new line of gluten free foods is called Gratify, and the first products include a selection of crispy pretzels being showcased this summer including:  Sea Salt Thins: Topped with a hint of natural sea salt, these gluten free Sea Salt Thins are rich with flavor and texture and make the perfect platform for cheeses, spreads and dips of all kinds.

About Gratify Foods: Created in 2012 by Osem, Gratify Foods’ vision is to help make following a gluten-free diet as simple and as delicious as possible. Their first products to market include six varieties of pretzels, distributed across the United States. Osem has a long history of creating unique and innovative gluten-free foods distributed worldwide.

 My family and I were very fortunate to be able to try out some of these great new treats, including:

Sesame Thins: These nutty thins offer the traditional crunch of a pretzel in a shape that’s perfect for dips, spreads and other creative toppings.  Sesame and pretzels? Well I have to admit I have never tried the two together, but they complement each other well. We loved these flatter pretzels, they tasted great and they were easy to top with whatever you would like. I brought a bag of these sesame thins to work and my co-workers just loved them. Before you knew it, the bag was empty, these thins were a hit!

Sea Salt Thins: Our latest innovation combines the crunchiness you expect in a pretzel with a dip-worthy and addictive new shape! Topped with a hint of natural sea salt, these gluten free Sea Salt Thins are rich with flavor and texture and make a yummy platform for cheeses, spreads and dips of all kinds.
The flat shape of the pretzel makes them perfect to loading toppings onto them, I don’t think you need to add anything to them but if you want to you can. My husband was putting slices of cheddar cheese onto the pretzels and went through another bag of crisps. These thins would be a great addition to any party, for a topped pretzel or a dipped pretzel, these are great!


Sea Salt Twists: Grab a handful of the best in gluten free Pretzel Twists, dusted with pure sea salt and baked to crisp perfection. Now this is the pretzel shape that I grew up eating, the sea salt twists are just the right size for a bite sized treat. These were salted nicely and my daughter loved these, asking if she could pack some of these in her lunch, sure you can these gluten free pretzels are great for a lunch or party snack.

Sea Salt Sticks: Crunchy, gluten free Sea Salt Sticks are the perfect shape for munching by the fist-full. These fun to eat sticks are great for dipping, my daughter enjoyed dipping them in a strawberry mustard spread, the sticks worked well with sweet and savory dips. The pretzels were crunchy and nicely salted, a great treat for any pretzel lover.





Milk Chocolate Covered Twists: Milk Chocolate Covered Twists are a crunchy treat coated in a luxurious layer of rich-tasting milk chocolate. Ok what goes better than sweet and salty? Nothing in my opinion. Chocolate and pretzels are just divine. The smooth chocolate, and the crunchy salty pretzel, a great combination. These gluten free treats are sweet and delicious.

Yogurt Covered Twists: Gratify gluten free Yogurt Covered Pretzel Twists combine the traditional shape and crunch of a pretzel twist with a cool and creamy yogurt topping.  These sweet treats reminded me of the white chocolate pretzel treats I have had in the past, but since they are yogurt they have a slightly different taste, a smooth and creamy light flavor. These pretzels were my husbands favorite, he loved the sweet taste, and devoured the entire bag by himself. I was lucky to get a taste, but the few I had were delicious. 



The pretzels retail for $3.99-$5.99 and will be sold at retailers across the United States and online.  The pretzels are:
  • Wheat Free
  • Milk Free
  • Casein Free
  • Egg Free
  • Lactose Free
  • Non-GMO Ingredients
I have tried some gluten free products in the past, and they have been dry and tasteless, but not Gratify, their pretzels were just like any other regular pretzel, they were not overly dry and they were each full of flavor. Overall my family and co-workers just loved the pretzels. If you are looking for a great gluten free treat, or just a great treat in general Gratify Foods pretzels are just what you have been searching for. For additional information including ingredient and nutritional information, visit www.gratifyfoods.com  or find them on Facebook or follow on Twitter: @gratifyfoods.
Gratify Foods has a great coupon on the Facebook page “like” them to save $1.00 on Gratify Pretzels!
The generous folks at Gratify Foods are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a variety pack of pretzels from Osem foods! Would you like to win? Please check out the Gratify Foods site, take a look around then come back here and tell me something you learned from the site. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
These wonderful pretzels are sold at retailers across the United States and online



Win it:
One winner will win a variety pack of pretzels from Osem foods!


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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received pretzels to review.  No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in  


38 comments:

  1. I learned some athletes claim a diet devoid of gluten gives them more energy to boost their performance.

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  2. I learned their product is available through Amazon. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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  3. I learned that a variety of different medical conditions warrant a gluten-free lifestyle, and the links provided help.

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  4. learned that their pretzels were just like any other regular pretzel, they were not overly dry and they were each full of flavor.

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  5. I learned that 18million americans are non celiac and glueten sensitive
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  6. I learned that an estimated 18 million Americans suffer from NCGS (Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity).

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  7. i learned gluten sensitivity could be a result of diabetes

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  8. I learned they have those pretzel thins. I used to love those before going gluten free. I would love to try the sesamae ones!

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  9. I learned that a variety of different medical conditions warrant a gluten-free lifestyle, and the links provided help.

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  10. The pretzels are Lactose free...

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  11. The pretzels are gluten-free and made with pure sea salt.

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  12. Created in 2012 by Osem, Gratify Foods’ vision is to help make following a gluten-free diet as simple and as delicious as possible.

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  13. I learned that you can buy Gratify Foods on Amazon.com.
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  15. I learned they sell them at walmart

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  16. There are many medications that can cause a person too need to be gluten free

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  17. I learned they are gaurenteed Gluten Free!!

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  18. I learned that Some athletes claim a diet devoid of gluten gives them more energy to boost their performance.

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  19. They sell them at WalMart, but I don't remember ever seeing them there.

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  20. I learned that Gratify Foods was created in 2012 by Osem, Gratify Foods

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  21. Their products contain non-GMO ingredients!

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  22. Gluten free can still taste good

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  23. I learned all their products are gluten free.

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  24. That they are gluten free and sell them close to my home! =)

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  25. I learned that they are Gluten free and you can purchase them on Amazon
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  26. I learned that they are Gluten Free and that you can purchase them on Amazon.
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  27. I learned that I should be eating gluten-free Sesame Seed Thins!

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  28. variety of different medical conditions warrant a gluten-free lifestyle

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  30. I learned that they'll soon be coming out with cookies and crackers too! Thanks.
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  31. They are not only gluten free, they're lactose free!

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  32. Would love these!

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  33. I learned so much about how eating gluten-free products can help someone with digestive problems.

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  34. I learned how many people in the country suffer with gluten problems
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  35. I learned that gluten sensitivity could be from sugar diabetes.
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  36. learn that there gluten free.vivian
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  37. Gratify Foods’ vision is to help make following a gluten-free diet as simple and as delicious as possible.

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  38. They invest significantly in certifying all Gratify products through the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), a program of The Gluten Intolerance Group.

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