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Clean Snax® Case - Tropical - Angel City Football Club


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Quantity/Pack: 12 packages (4 Ounces each)
Seasonality: Year Round
Origin: USA

Talk about a Clean Snax® flavor that’s good for your taste buds and good for our community!

Tropical Clean Snax® brings together exotic flavors like pineapple, mango, strawberry and dragon fruit. They are crunchy clusters of goodness made with gluten-free ingredients like chia and flax seeds. They taste great, even to kids!

Melissa’s is proud to introduce this new flavor in partnership with the Angel City Football Club (ACFC). Women-led ACFC is driven to help underserved communities access nourishing food. Throughout the year, Melissa’s will distribute fresh fruit and Clean Snax® to ACFC clinics, soccer camps and events. As a result, kids can snack during their activities, learn about healthy food choices, and take home extra food to their families.

Ingredients: Peanut, Quinoa, Pineapple Juice, Cane Sugar, Almond, Black Sesame, Rice Syrup, Mango Powder, Strawberry Powder, Beet Powder, Golden Flax Seed, White Sesame, Chia Seed, Sea Salt, and Dragon Fruit Powder. 

Contains: Peanuts, Tree Nuts (Almond), and Sesame (Black and White). Processed on equipment that also processes other tree nuts.

To Store: Seal container tightly and keep in a cool, dry place.

Angel City Football Club (ACFC), the 11th member of the National Women's Soccer League, will take the pitch in Spring 2022 and call Banc of California Stadium in downtown Los Angeles their home. The team is founded by Academy Award-winning actress and activist Natalie Portman, technology venture capitalist Kara Nortman, media and gaming entrepreneur Julie Uhrman, and venture capitalist, 776 founder and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Freya Coombe will lead the team as the first-ever head coach and US Women’s National Team star, and LA-native Christen Press is the team’s first signing.

WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to