KANSAS CITY — Grocery store shelves are aflame with spicy food innovation.
Heat is the highlight of three new Well Yes! Power Bowls from the Campbell Soup Co.: Southwest Style Chicken, Veggie Chili and Cajun Style Chicken. The soups boast blazing ingredients like roasted poblano chili peppers, jalapeños, red pepper, paprika and chipotle adobo.
Campbell also is introducing Jalapeño Popper Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers. The spicy snack is made with paprika and jalapeño puree.
Nissin Foods is heating up its ramen portfolio with new Hot & Spicy Fire Wok Volcanic Mongolian Beef Ramen. The dish scores a six out of six on Nissin’s heat scale and features dried kimchi made with Chinese cabbage, chili powder, garlic, salt and ginger. The ramen also includes chicken broth, green onion, egg white, paprika, red pepper powder, sesame seeds, rice, soybeans, turmeric and spices.
Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella, Inc. is introducing Setton Farms Scorpion Pepper Pistachios, seasoned with Trinidad scorpion peppers, onion, garlic, paprika, spices and citric acid.
Habanero lends its fiery flavor to MacFarms, LLC’s new Mango Habanero Royal Hawaiian Orchards Macadamia Nuts. The nuts feature habanero chili pepper, paprika, lime oil, cane sugar and natural flavors.
“Staying true to our Hawaiian roots with tropical flavors and vibrant combinations, we are eager for consumers to get their hands on this new product,” said K.C. Blinn, general manager of sales and marketing. “With heat and spice growing in popularity we found that this was the perfect time to introduce something new into our roasted collection. With that said, this new product still reflects everything that we’ve prioritized in the past which includes providing a quick, healthy and flavorful snack for anyone living life on-the-go.”