Snacks debut at the specialty food show from Epic Provisions, Saffron Road, Rhythm Superfoods and more.
Live Better Brands, L.L.C. has expanded its Way Better Snacks portfolio of sprouted snacks with two thin and crispy tortilla chip varieties. Made with organic corn and sprouted chia, quinoa and flax seeds, Way Better Snacks Thin & Crispy tortilla chips are available in sea salt with a hint of cracked pepper and black bean with a hint of roasted garlic flavors.
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New from Epic Provisions, a subsidiary of General Mills, Inc., is a line of jerky snack strips in four flavors: Wagyu Beef, Venison Sea Salt Pepper, Salmon Smoked Maple and Turkey Cranberry Sage. With 6 to 8 grams of protein per serving, the products are made with simple ingredients and gourmet meats, including grass-fed wagyu beef and venison and wild-caught salmon.
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Jolly Time Pop Corn has partnered with premium snack brand Cosmos Creations to introduce four ready-to-eat popcorn varieties. Flavors include sea salted caramel, confetti cake, Belgian waffles and snickerdoodle. The collaboration unites two family-owned companies, one of which has more than 100 years of popcorn heritage. Cosmos Creations, founded in 2011, specializes in puffed corn with gourmet ingredients and interesting flavor profiles.
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Siete Family Foods is launching grain-free tortilla chips made with cassava flour and avocado oil. Flavors include sea salt, nacho and lime. Like the brand’s flagship grain-free tortillas, Siete Grain Free Tortilla Chips are free of corn, wheat, rice, beans, soy and dairy.
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Plocky’s Fine Snacks, a maker of tortilla chips and hummus chips, is introducing baked potato crisps with 7 grams of protein per serving. Made with rice protein, Plocky’s Protato Crisps are available in three flavor varieties: original with Himalayan pink salt, spicy honey barbecue and peppercorn ranch.
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Arctic Zero is expanding its range of better-for-you frozen desserts with three new flavors. The company makes low-glycemic, lactose-free, gluten-free treats with whey protein, organic cane sugar, chicory root and monk fruit. The new Peanut Butter Swirl variety features peanut butter and white chips swirled in vanilla frozen dessert. Rocky Road Trip combines chocolate with toasted almonds and marshmallows. Cherry Chocolate Chunk includes cherries and dark chocolate chunks swirled in vanilla. Also new from Arctic Zero is a Cake Batter frozen dessert bar, featuring a yellow cake batter flavor dipped in red velvet coating. The products will be available in March.
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Set to debut from Saffron Road are four new varieties of World Cuisine frozen meals, packaged in an on-trend bowl format and featuring globally inspired flavors, including Grilled Vegetable Tortilla Bake, Verde Tortilla Bake with Chicken, Thai-Style Mango Chicken and Korean-Style Sweet Chile Chicken.
The company also has expanded its plant-based protein snack line with ChickBean Crisps in sea salt, white cheddar and zesty ranch varieties. Made with milled chickpeas and lentil, pea and sweet potato bits, the baked crisps contain 4 grams of protein and 2 grams of fiber per serving.
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The latest jerky varieties from Krave, a subsidiary of the Hershey Co., are pink peppercorn beef and honey habanero chicken. The new flavors are slated to launch in the second quarter of this year and join a lineup that includes sea salt original beef, chili lime beef, lemon garlic turkey and black cherry barbecue pork, among others.
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Dang Foods, the maker of coconut chips and onion chips, is launching a range of sticky-rice chips in original, coconut and sriracha varieties. The products are made with organic Thai sticky rice and watermelon juice as a binding ingredient.
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The latest flavors to join Rhythm Superfoods’ lineup of Kale Chips are spicy jalapeño and garlic onion. The products are certified organic, gluten-free and Non-GMO Project verified. Made with kale, sunflower seeds and ground sesame seeds, each serving contains 6 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber.
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That’s it., the maker of two-ingredient fruit bars, is introducing That’s it. Veggie bars in four varieties: black bean and carrot, black bean and corn, black bean and kale, and black bean and pea. The products contain five ingredients and are free of soy, dairy, wheat, peanuts and eggs.
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New Frontier Foods, maker of Ocean’s Halo seaweed snacks, is introducing first-of-its-kind dark chocolate seaweed strips. The product features two thin layers of seaweed with a layer of almonds or coconut and a dark chocolate filling.
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