KANSAS CITY — New sweet treats are arriving on shelves, ranging from cookies to cookie dough to ice cream.

The Campbell Soup Co. is bringing its Pepperidge Farm brand into the gluten-free segment with the launch of gluten-free Farmhouse Thin & Crispy milk chocolate chip cookies and butter crisp cookies. Made with rice flour, the cookies contain 140 calories and 11 to 12 grams of sugar per 2-cookie serving. The treats will be available for a suggested retail price of $3.89.

Nestle S.A. is rolling out two new varieties of its Nestle Toll House Edible dough products: Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough and Edible Fudge Brownie Batter. Both flavors contain 140 calories and 14 grams of sugar per 2-tablespoon serving, and each pint contains 10 servings. The ready-to-eat products retail for $5.39 per 15-oz tub.

“We wanted to expand our edible cookie dough offerings to make it even easier to enjoy your favorite dessert right out of the container,” said Samantha Set, associate brand manager for Nestle Toll House. “This expanded collection of edible cookie doughs provides even more ways to create fun, lasting memories while snacking on your favorite treats — no baking needed.”

Unilever P.L.C.’s Ben & Jerry’s brand has teamed up with Netflix to develop Netflix & Chill’d, featuring peanut butter ice cream with sweet and salty pretzel swirls and chunks of fudge brownie. The flavor is also available in a non-dairy frozen dessert format featuring a peanut butter almond milk base.

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