Crunchfuls gluten-free cereal receives a nomination for Edison Best New Product Award 2011

January 2011 – San Francisco, CA – Crunchfuls cereals, launched in April 2010 by Mountain View, CA based, Pul Foods Inc has received a nomination for the prestigious Edison Best New Product Award 2011. The Edison Best New Product Awards™ are among the most prestigious accolades honoring excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design and innovation. The awards are named after Thomas Alva Edison, whose extraordinary new product development methods garnered him 1,093 U.S. patents and made him a household name across the world.

Crunchfuls provides full serving of vegetables in every cup of cereal. Gluten-free Crunchfuls is a new category of 100 calorie vegetable-based crunchy breakfast cereals with delicious Chocolate and Caramel flavors. Made from pulse legumes or Pulseeds™ (beans, lentils and split peas), Crunchfuls are natural, vegan, kosher and allergen-free, offer complete protein with the perfect combination of legumes-rice and gentle dietary fiber. Crunchfuls are low in sugar/sodium/fat and rich in slowly-digestible complex carbohydrates, promoting satiety and a low glycemic meal. Available in 6-pack cartons and 125-pack single-serve pouches, the products are manufactured in the USA by a San Francisco Bay Area company, Pul Foods Inc. The products are sold in 45 retail supermarket locations including Raley’s Nob Hill Stores, Andronico’s, Draeger’s, Zanotto’s, Piazza’s Fine Foods, in food service and online.

For more information, please contact our Director of Business Development, Sandeep Shenoy at (650) 965-1140 or visit our website at
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