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Achieving Digestive Wellness Through Better Snacking

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They say you are what you eat. Brett Hartmann, CORE® Foods CEO, embraces that philosophy.


Brett Hartmann recognizes the importance of balanced nutrition.

“Food is what fuels our bodies and provides us with the nutrients we need to function effectively. To feel good, we must eat well. We believe everything starts with your core,” explains Hartmann.

“This includes health, wellness, immunity and more, so we made it a point for all of our products to focus on great taste and good gut health. Consuming products that taste great and are made of real ingredients that provide all the essentials is what helps us all to function at our best.”

Make your gut happy. CORE Foods’ Oat Snacks are powered by prebiotic fiber and whole grain oats.

Choose wisely

Hartmann believes CORE’s Fiber Powered Oat Snacks are a good option for people trying to take better care of themselves.

“These new snacks are an upgraded version of the run-of-the-mill cracker, giving consumers a shelf-stable option that is not only delicious, but answers the need for healthier snacks.”

The product contains whole grains and five grams of prebiotic fiber per serving, which work together to provide a versatile snack that supports gut health.


“We launched Oat Snacks with Whole Foods in October of this year, so they are very new to the market. They are Non-GMO Project Verified, plant-based, and gluten-free.”

Eating better during the pandemic

“Digestive wellness is extremely important, especially now,” explains Whitney Spielfogel, the company’s vice president of marketing. “Having a healthy digestive system can help with bloating, improving moods, aiding in a deeper sleep, and most importantly, contributing to a stronger immune system.

All of CORE Foods’ snacks ace the test on taste so that you can enjoy every bite of the journey to a happier and healthier you!

Probiotics and prebiotics work together to build a healthy amount of good bacteria in the body. This combination supports the gut and helps with digestion.”

Forget bland

“People don’t want to eat cardboard, even if it’s good for them,” Spielfogel adds. “There’s a reason consumers resort to unhealthy snacks. Their taste buds have been altered and have adjusted to the unhealthy snacks on the market, making them highly addictive. Until they find the right healthy snacks that are packed with flavor, they’ll continue to fall back onto what they know.”

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