Are Happy Snacks genetically modified?
We’re happy to say that all of the Happy Snack Company products are 100% non GMO.
What does a Happy Snack taste like in 5 words?
Crunchy, toasty, flavoursome, moreish, delicious.
Are Happy Snack Company products suitable for people with nut, egg and dairy allergies?
Happy Snacks are nut, gluten and dairy free We roast our Australian grown natural snacks in own purpose built nut free facility. If you would like to know more please contact us, or speak with your Healthcare Professional.
Are Happy Snacks suitable for people with gluten intolerances
Happy Snacks are nut, gluten and dairy free. We source our Australian grown legumes and roast them in our own purpose built gluten free facility so you can buy with confidence.
What age should I begin to introduce savoury snacks to my child?
The introduction of savoury snacks is a normal part of a child’s development process. But, what is the correct age to introduce savoury snacks into a child’s life?
The average child has their full set of 20 primary teeth by the age of three years old. Children under 3 years old do not have the teeth to be able to chew food properly and grind it in their mouth. It is important that children have their primary teeth before they begin to chew hard pieces of food as their windpipe or trachea is approximately the size of a drinking straw in diameter.
Care should be taken as roasted broad beans are small in size and require chewing. They are not recommended for children under 3 years of age
What is G6PD deficiency?
G6PD deficiency is a genetic disorder in which the body doesn’t have enough of an enzyme called glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD). The lack of G6PD can lead to red blood cells breaking down too easily when the person is exposed to certain triggers including FAVA beans. Signs and symptoms of G6PD deficiency can include: pale skin (pallor), persistent and/or severe tiredness, dark coloured urine, jaundice (yellow skin or eyes). For more information please consult your healthcare professional.
Where are Happy Snacks made?
Happy Snacks are Australian grown, roasted and packed on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
Are Chickpeas wholefoods?
Chickpeas are made from whole chickpeas and are not extruded, blended or altered in any way.
Are Happy Snacks suitable for vegetarians?
We do not use any meat or dairy ingredients within our processing facility so all Happy Snack products are suitable for vegetarians.
Do Happy Snacks support sustainable agriculture?
Chickpeas not only produce a valuable crop but at the same time also provide a natural organic method of breaking the disease cycle in other valuable food crops. This means less fungicide, less insecticide and a cleaner, greener environment.
Chickpeas are powerful nitrogen fixing legumes. Their deep root system plays an important role in stabilising soils and preventing erosion.
These clever little plants actually restore depleted soils. They may use little or no fertiliser while enhancing the fertility of the soil. They even have a natural insecticide in their leaves, which keep the bugs away.
Are Happy Snacks suitable for people on a calorie-controlled diet?
The Happy Snack Company Chickpeas and Fava Beans are ideal for those on a calorie controlled diet. High in protein and low in saturated fat, our healthy snacks have a low glycemic index and are high in dietary fibre, making you feel fuller for longer.
Do The Happy Snack Company Chickpeas taste like chickpeas in a can
In a word, NO! Our Chickpeas are slow roasted to perfection and then tossed in a blend of tasty seasonings to make a super crunchy, super delicious snack you can enjoy on the go.
Do Happy Snacks come in different flavours?
Happy Snacks now come in a range of exciting new flavours. Try our Classic lightly salted Chickpeas and Fava Beans, or why not try these delicious bites of crunchy goodness in. Children will love our new Kids Pizza, in convenient snack packs perfect for the school lunch box.
Where is The Happy Snack Company located?
Our roasting and packaging facilities are located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Australia.