Each of us has some talents or weaknesses or even oddities which may become the basis for creativity and make us search for new paths. The idea of "Krippu" crackers came up at a time when their creator discovered she has cow's milk protein intolerance, so she had to look for alternative ways to ingest protein that is so necessary for the body. It is well known that legumes are a valuable source of protein, so she started to wonder how to prepare them as a snack that she could easily pick up when going to work or give to her children. Finally, the experiments succeeded resulting in a healthy snack made of natural ingredients with no artificial additives.
The company “Cannelle Bakery” manufactures certified organic and natural chickpea crackers “Krippu”, using organic and natural ingredients, recyclable packaging that is clean for human health and the environment. With 65% of plant-based ingredients being certified organic, we promote organic agriculture and restricts the use of chemicals or GMO (genetically modified organisms).
Natural ingredients provide better health and environmental safety. “Krippu “ chickpea crackers are suitable vegetarians and vegans but also for any person who wants to enrich their daily lives with a healthy and nutritious snack.
100% of our primary and transportation packaging is recyclable. In 2020, we started using FSC certified paper boxes. Since 2018, we offered the Zero waste concept in the delivery and sale of “Krippu” products in the local market, thus reducing packaging consumption.
We donated crunchy chickpea' crackers "Krippu" to both camps and provided a masterclass in camps that took place in Jelgava region Dzirnieki. The aim of the masterclass was to teach children how to make healthy and delicious snacks on a chickpea crackers basis. In the summer of 2017, the Latvian Celiac Society "Gluten-Free Life" organized two gluten-free camps for children who have to follow a strict gluten-free diet on a daily basis.
Children tasted, smelled and learned about components of chickpeas crackers "Krippu". Kids tried to find out what’s the difference between “Krippu” with hemp seeds and the version with chili. That was a good reason to discuss different herbs and introduce some of them. Children smelled and tasted the herbs oregano, dill, coriander. The most interesting part followed: snack making with “Krippu” themselves.
Guys came up with butter mixed with herbs and greens, another group of kids made delicious “Krippu” crackers with avocado, white radish, and tomatoes. The main thing was to deliciously decorate them afterwards.
Children were surprised and delighted by the opportunity to prepare the hemp butter themselves and to try how good it goes together with “Krippu” crackers. Some girls were especially delighted making the pink soft creamer themselves.
Great and so rewarding day for both – children and “Krippu” people!
Celiac disease is a serious case, and especially for children, it's not easy to follow a gluten-free diet routine. We were delighted that we can introduce children to the delicious gluten-free “Krippu” and encourage them to try a variety of simple, healthy and gluten-free recipes. 10/08/2017
A company developed a new allergen free healthy snack and used RDP support to set up the commercial production process.
The goal of this project was to set up the commercial production process of a new healthy diet food developed in the laboratory.
The project covered the construction, rebuilding and renovation of the factory building in accordance to the previously defined specifications.
In addition the project included the purchase and installation of the production line and the supply line. The supply line set up took place last because the production of the machine could be completed only when the rest of the production line was installed. In total, 17 different companies were involved in the implementation of the project.
The new product got introduced in the market under the brand KRIPPU.
The new generation of snacks is crisp, rich and healthy, which is a good alternative for salty snacks, confectionery and traditional flour products.
Full project description https://enrd.ec.europa.eu/