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Explorer's Bounty Unveils New Line of Tribal Stone Crackers
Date:7/16/2009

MIAMI, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- A new 100% certified organic snack will soon be hitting supermarket shelves. Explorer's Bounty is pleased to announce the debut of its new Tribal Stone Crackers. Launching in July 2009, Tribal Stone Crackers are the first snack of their kind in the world to be made from Rainforest Alliance Certified Yuca. In addition to being 100% certified organic and authentic, these artisan-baked crackers have no added sweeteners, are gluten free, allergen and fat free as well as vegan friendly.

A starchy tuberous root, Yuca (also known as cassava) has earned the distinction of being the third largest source of carbohydrates for human food in the world. The root contains significantly more fiber content than a potato. Explorer's Bounty has stone-ground and artisan-baked that natural and healthful Yuca to create a line of snack crackers that are not only good for people but also flavorful. Tribal Stone Crackers are currently available in original, cinnamon, garlic and onion varieties.

Tribal Stone Crackers are manufactured through a Mancion partnership. A region of Hispaniola, in Mancion charcoal is used as the primary energy source. There, however, the facility that produces the Explorer's Bounty line of Tribal Stone Crackers has converted away from charcoal energy. Instead, it harnesses natural and organic sources like those obtained from Macadamia nut shells. It is this organic process that is used in the manufacturing of Tribal Stone Crackers. Good for you, good for the planet.

This Mancion partnership is indicative of the Explorer's Bounty mission. The company searches the globe over for earth-friendly products and strives to support organic farmers - like those in Mancion - who reduce the pollution and waste that is harmful to the planet.

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