Monday, February 15, 2021

Chickapea Pasta

Founded by Shelby Taylor in 2015, Chickapea was created to provide a nutritious, convenient, and familiar meal option to families dealing with time constraints, picky eaters, allergies, and health issues. As a former health food store owner and new mom, Shelby recognized the challenge of putting a healthy meal on the table that everyone would enjoy, so she turned a family favorite (pasta) into a superfood. Chickapea’s organic pasta made from only chickpeas and lentils hit store shelves in 2016. At its core, Chickapea is a force for good, making it easier for people to lead healthier lives and support sustainable, organic farming practices. But they don’t stop there, ensuring the business is not just benefiting those that consume their products, but those in the greatest need around the world, as well as their farmers, suppliers, and employees. Three cents from the sale of every box of Chickapea is donated to WE Charity’s school nutrition program. In 2020, the organic pasta line now includes five pasta shapes made from only chickpeas and lentils (spirals, penne, shells, spaghetti, and linguine) and another healthified version of a family favorite - a Vegan Mac with macaroni elbows and a savory sweet potato, pumpkin, and cauliflower sauce.
We got to try some of the newer pastas with greens. They were all excellent. Spaghetti Noodles - Introducing Chickapea +Greens! With 2 full servings of veggies, 24g of protein, and 11g of fiber per 100g/3.5 oz serving, Chickapea +Greens takes healthy pasta to the next level. Made with only chickpeas, lentils, kale, and spinach, Chickapea +Greens offers a simple and tasty way to get your protein and veggies in one!
Penne - 2+ servings of veggies in your pasta. 24 Grams of Protein, 11 Grams of Fiber, High in Iron and B Vitamins Organic, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan/Vegetarian, and Kosher.
Spirals - Delicious Taste, Great Texture Easy and Convenient. No Added Anything!

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