Nutty Pirate Snacks to bring their homemade treats to Kannapolis Arts fest

Davidson-based cook Diana Rice, of Nutty Pirate Snacks,  will be a guest at the Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 in downtown Kannapolis. She makes all natural granola and snacks.

“Nutty Pirate Snacks began in 2012 as a hobby but quickly developed into a business. The basic concept was based upon the need for quality, organic, natural snacks that also tasted good. This is something we continue to strive towards today. You will never find preservatives or other unhealthy ingredients in our snacks. We are all natural, all the time! All of our snacks are lactose-free, gluten-free and a majority are vegan friendly.”

Visit  http://www.etsy.com/shop/nuttypirategranola for more information.

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Kannapolis Arts would like to thank our sponsors for the Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival: the North Carolina Research Campus, the City of Kannapolis, Downtown Kannapolis Inc., the Independent Tribune, Omega Graphics and the Cabarrus Arts Council.