SAN FRANCISCO — Expanding its portfolio of “snacks gone simple,” Bare Snacks has launched Baked Crunchy Veggie Chips in six varieties. The new line takes beets, carrots and sweet potatoes and transforms them into a crunchy, savory snack.

“Unlike other veggie snacks that are often fried or made with starchy powders and oil, our new veggie chips are a truly clean option made with real vegetables and nothing extra,” said Santosh Padki, chief executive officer, Bare Snacks. “We’ve discovered a new way to make veggies snackable and are excited for everyone to try our crunchy and delicious chips.”

All three vegetable chips are available in a sea salt variety but also come seasoned in select flavors such as salt and vinegar beet chips, ranch carrot chips and barbecue sweet potato chips. The snack is baked using a unique process that produces the crunch and texture consumers expect. Non-GMO Project verified and gluten-free, the chips contain 4 to 12 grams of fiber per serving.

Each 1.4 oz-bag has a suggested retail price of $4.29 and is available at grocery stores across the United States, including Kroger, Giant Food, Stop & Shop, HEB and Wegmans, as well as online.

The vegetable chips join the brand’s better-for-you portfolio of snacks that was recently acquired by PepsiCo in May.