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Naughty Fruit Launches Kickstarter with Mexico-Inspired Dehydrated Spiced Fruit Offerings

August 25, 2020

Driggs, ID. (August 25, 2020) — Naughty Fruit, producers of dehydrated fruits spiced with lemon, chili, and salt, is excited to launch a Kickstarter to promote their all-natural snack offerings. Naughty Fruit products are gluten and dairy free, and contain no additives, preservatives, sweeteners, or artificial ingredients.

“We are excited for the launch of our Kickstarter, and to share Naughty Fruit with the world,” said Naughty Fruit Founder, Juan Morales. “The pandemic has affected our small business, and we will be using the funds earned to assist with the growth of the company, and help with operational costs. We are grateful to everyone who will join us in our journey.”

Based in the Teton Valley, Naughty Fruit’s products are inspired by their Mexican family heritage. Using natural dehydration techniques that preserve the nutritional qualities of fresh fruit, the company brings the Mexican tradition of spiced fruit to a convenient, travel-ready snack that is chewy, nutritious, naturally sweet and super delicious. The Naughty Fruit collection includes pineapple, mango, strawberry banana, pear, apple, and fruit medley.

Funding from the campaign will go to acquire a pineapple cutting machine, a commercial line up of packaging, and two part-time employees. Join our Naughty Fruit family on Kickstarter, starting August 25, 2020.

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About Naughty Fruit:

Founded in 2017 by Juan Morales, Naughty Fruit products are inspired by his Mexican family heritage. In Mexico fruits are considered naked without the tasty zing of lemon or lime, chili, and salt. Using natural dehydration techniques that preserve the nutritional qualities of fresh fruit, Naughty Fruit brings this tradition to you. Proudly made in the Teton Valley, Naughty Fruit supports local farmers in Idaho and Mexico, and is committed to the economic stability and environmental integrity of their fruit vendors and the communities they impact.