Nunbelievable Introduces 100kcal Shortbread Cookies With Baobab

American baked goods company Nunbelievable has launched a new low calorie Shortbread Cookie which uses popular new superfood Baobab.

The new snack-size cookies are just 100 calories and are made using high quality baobab sustainably sourced from Zimbabwe, where Nunbelievable Co-Founder and CMO Kuda Biza was born and raised. "I grew up eating the baobab fruit, so it feels great to be able to bring this ingredient to a global market," says Biza. "Now everyone can experience first-hand the amazing benefits of this superfruit like I did."

Categorised as a superfood because of its outstanding nutritional benefits, baobab has a hint of a sweet citrus taste and contains essential minerals, antioxidants, electrolytes and prebiotic dietary fiber. It is also a low-glycemic food and an excellent source of vitamin C.

"I am proud that we are a pioneer in using baobab, which is packed full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals," says Nunbelievable's Co-Founder and CEO, Bryan Janeczko. "Studies have shown that the baobab fruit can enhance immunity, help balance blood sugar levels, reduce inflammation and optimise digestive health. It's the perfect ingredient for our shortbread cookies."

Nunbelievable's new snack-size shortbread cookies are available in four different varieties:

  • Original Shortbread
  • Chocolate Shortbread
  • Baobab Lemon Poppyseed
  • Baobab Original Shortbread
Find out more about the brand and products over on its website.