Sesame Snaps: the healthier sweet treat

Sesame snaps are the perfect portable snack to grab in the middle of the day, satisfying both your sweet tooth and your desire to eat something nutritious. In step with consumers’ growing demand for healthier snacks, sesame snaps are vegan and gluten-free, contain protein, constitute a source if fiber, and they’re, made with only a few ingredients, making them a no-brainer choice for your midday craving.

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A flavor for everyone

The delicate thinness and satisfying crunch of sesame snaps, achieved through our unique pre-production roasting process, are features that are valued by our customers all over the world. Over the years, we have expanded upon the beloved original sesame snaps by developing 30 flavors to tailor the popular treats to every market and to specific seasonal occasions. Honey, yogurt, and chocolate-coated are some of our most popular flavors and we also have snaps with healthy additions like chia and quinoa. There is truly a snap for everyone!

More recently we added new crunchy sesame bars with puffed whole grains and honey to our lineup of sesame snacks. Available in four flavors including buckwheat, millet, quinoa and amaranth, our sesame bars are targeted at consumers who want a healthier alternative to sweets with added nutritional benefits.

The handy size of our sesame snaps and bars make them perfect for throwing in your bag on your way out the door in the morning so you can enjoy the flavors you love anywhere—whether on your afternoon coffee break or on a hike in the great outdoors. And kids love them too! Add them to your child’s lunchbox for a sweet treat with the added bonus of whole grains.

The goodness of a handful of sesame seeds in the convenience of a bar

While the health benefits of sesames seeds are plentiful, we don’t necessarily want to be eating a handful of the tiny seeds every day. Enter the great taste and satisfying crunch of Unitop sesame snacks, which make it easy and enjoyable to increase your intake of the tiny nutrient powerhouses.
Sesame Seeds provide:

  • a gluten-free source of dietary fiber, which reduces the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. Some health professionals think that getting enough dietary fiber is just as significant as drinking enough water.
  • a concentrated source of essential unsaturated fatty acids, which are necessary for cellular function.
  • plant-derived protein. Sesame seeds contain as much as 18g of protein per 100g of sesame, which is comparable to, or even higher than, that in an egg.
  • a good source of calcium. 100 grams of sesame seeds contain approximately 130 ml of calcium, which is more than in 100ml of milk!
  • microelements that are necessary for the maintenance of proper bodily functions including phosphorous, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and magnesium
  • vitamins A, E, and B.
  • antioxidants that aid in cancer prevention and slow the ageing process.