Quite clearly this new product from SeaPak is aimed at encouraging kids to eat their seafood, but am I the only to think, “I want to try these too?”
The brand writes that the “SeaPak Shrimp Sea Pals are designed to encourage kids to eat at least two servings of seafood each week, as recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. SeaPak says the new product offers a quick and hassle-free option for families who like to have a little fun with their food.”
This new product packs in 14 grams of protein per serving. The SeaPals come are “wrapped in a crunchy, whole-grain breading, the shrimp sea pals also are a good source of dietary fiber and nutrients and do not contain any artificial preservatives or colors.”
Image credit, SeaPak.
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