On Wednesday, August 26, Soozy’s Grain-Free announced the launch of its shelf-stable cookies. Soozy’s new cookie line is the company’s first product in the shelf-stable category, making nutrient-dense alternatives of favorite foods more accessible.

The grain-free and plant-based cookies are full of nutrient-rich ingredients like almond flour and cassava flour. They are Certified Vegan and made without gluten, grains, dairy, eggs and soy, and are naturally low-carb and low-sugar. The cookies come in three varieties:

  • Chocolate Chip Cookies – These chocolate chip cookies are packed with ingredients like almond flour, chia seeds and coconut sugar. Dairy-free chocolate chips have 50 percent less sugar than a traditional gluten-free cookie.
  • N’Oatmeal Raisin Cookies – These grain-free oatmeal raisin cookies are filled with ingredients like almond flour, shredded coconut and currants. The soft-baked cookies have the texture of oats, without the grains, for the ultimate grain-free experience.
  • Birthday Cake Cookies – These festive cookies with a hint of real vanilla bean are packed with almond flour, coconut sugar and clean-ingredient sprinkles.

“We are beyond excited to be introducing our first shelf-stable product to consumers,” says Mason Sexton, co-founder and chief executive officer of Soozy’s Grain-Free. “Our grain-free cookies have the same delicious taste and texture as a traditional cookie, all without compromising our high standard of ingredients. At Soozy's, we don't think that consumers should have to sacrifice taste for nutrition, or nutrition for taste - we believe that they can, and should, have it all: a product that's nutrient-rich, tastes great and makes them feel their absolute best.”

All cookie varieties are available exclusively at Whole Food Market stores nationwide. They are sold and packaged as 4 individually wrapped 2-cookie packs for $5.99 (MSRP).