Sorghum is a naturally gluten free, non-gmo ancient grain whose origins can be traced back 8,000 years to what is presently Egypt and Sudan. It is inherently drought tolerant and known to be among the most efficient crops in the conversion of solar energy.
Whole Grain Gluten Free Touch of Honey Pretzel Sticks
|Amount Per Serving|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 2.5g||3%|
|Saturated Fat 0g||0%|
|Trans Fat 0g|
|Total Carbohydrate 22g||8%|
|Dietary Fiber 1g||4%|
|Total Sugars 2g|
|Includes 2g Added Sugars||4%|
|Vitamin D 0mcg||0%|
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Cassava is a tropical root vegetable used as a gluten free flour alternative.
Colorado Mills owner, Doug Uhland, has worked with farmers and ranchers across Southeast Colorado since 1999 to harvest 100% of their sunflower seed within 150 miles of their zero solvent and zero waste plant.
Long grain brown rice flour is a nutritious, gluten free flour alternative. Our brown rice flour is milled from broken rice grains. Western Foods' facility is Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, and SQF level 2 Certified Gluten Free.
Our organic invert cane sugar is made from heating organic cane sugar and water to create a syrup. Suzanne's Specialties is a woman owned and led business.
Molasses is made by boiling sugar cane to a thick syrup. The sugar crystals are then removed, resulting in dark syrup, molasses! We use an organic blackstrap molasses which contains vitamins and minerals, such as iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamin B6, and selenium. Suzanne's Specialties is a woman owned and led business!
Our apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting apple juice. We use apple cider instead of citric acid in our pretzel dough because it is naturally made and non-GMO.
Our organic wild honey comes from Minas Gerais, Brazil, a mountainous state which provides an abundance of bee food sources like wild flowers and Eucalyptus. We use Brazilian honey because U.S. honey is not typically non-GMO.
Morton Salt harvests salt in Grand Saline, TX. The salt we use on our pretzels is unrefined and full of minerals!
SaltWorks harvests our salt off the Australian coast. The sea salt is unrefined, organic and rich in trace minerals!
Potato Starch is a gluten free alternative to corn starch used to maintain the consistency of our pretzels.
Sunflower Lecithin is the only lecithin that can be obtained raw, extracted chemical-free, and cold-pressed. We source ours from Soya International, a pioneer in the food industry since 1984.
Located in New Jersey, USA, Vitusa supplies us with Sodium bicarbonate - AKA baking soda! In our pretzel making process, baking soda works with apple cider vinegar to help the dough rise! Vitusa supplies the finest, highest quality USP Food Grade ingredients.
Our Non-GMO Tapioca Starch is used in our pretzels to help give them a crispy crunch. It is a great alternative to corn starch, and is naturally gluten free.
Our xanthan gum is made through the fermentation of non-GMO soy flour and sugar. In fermentation the soy is completely eaten up, leaving us with a gluten free, soy free binder that helps make our pretzel dough workable.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are the Touch of Honey Pretzel Sticks gluten-free?
Yes! Our Touch of Honey Pretzel Sticks are not only gluten-free certified but they are NON-GMO Project Verified, corn-free, soy-free, and dairy-free!
How can your Pretzels be Gluten Free if they’re made with Whole Grains?
Because we use Sorghum! Sorghum is a naturally gluten free, non-gmo ancient grain whose origins can be traced back 8,000 years to what is presently Egypt and Sudan. Due to its dense root structure it is an inherently drought tolerant and hearty crop, and is known to be among the most efficient crops in the conversion of solar energy. Quinn Snacks partners with Western Foods to source high quality sorghum for use as the first ingredient in many of our ancient grain pretzel products.
Do you use Organic Honey?
Yes! We source our Organic Wild Honey from Minas Gerais, Brazil, a mountainous state which provides an abundance of bee food sources like wild flowers and Eucalyptus. You may be wondering why we use Brazilian honey, that's because U.S. honey is not typically non-GMO. Learn more on our Farm to Bag page!