Apple is selling kale chips as nutritional information

TechRadars article Apple is expanding its nutritional information options with a new line of kale chips that is selling as “corn nutritional information” on Amazon.com.

The chips are marketed as being sold as “healthy” and “starchy,” and claim they contain no gluten, soy, wheat, corn, milk, dairy, cholesterol, sugar, or saturated fat.

They are available in six flavors and come in a variety of colors.

They cost $6.99 each for a 10-gram package.

Apple does not mention any health claims, but the company did not respond to a request for comment.

The product was first released in October as part of a deal between the tech giant and Kale in which the chips were sold in packs of 10.

Apple added the kale chips to its apple juice lineup this week and said it will soon introduce a line of apple cider and apple juice containing kale chips.

Apple has been selling healthy, natural food products since the mid-1980s, when it first introduced the first-ever apple cider, and the company now has nearly $600 billion in sales.