THE New York breakfast staple has been on a diet.
Kingsmill Bagel Thins, which the bakery giant claims are a category first, are noticeably less chunky than traditional bagels. They have 122 calories per piece.
Janene Warsap, head of innovation at Allied Bakeries, said: “Across the food and drink industry we are seeing a rising demand from consumers for smaller, lighter, healthier versions of their favourite foods. Kingsmill Bagel Thins are thinner, with a less doughy texture, making them lighter to eat but still high in taste.”
First listing was Tesco and they are now available in all channels. RRP for a six-pack is £1.39.