Spicy chips heat up the snack segment.
The Campbell Soup Co. is building out its snacks portfolio with new offerings from its Kettle Brand and Late July brands.
Kettle Brand is adding habanero lime and truffle and sea salt flavors to its Krinkle Cut potato chip portfolio. The chips are gluten-free and Non-GMO Project verified.
Late July is launching Vegetable Tortilla Chips in Beat the Heat! Red Pepper and Dangle the Carrot varieties. The red pepper flavor features chia seeds and chipotle seasoning, while the carrot variety is made with teff seeds, cumin and paprika. The tortilla chips are vegan, gluten-free and Non-GMO Project verified.
Real Food From the Ground Up is launching two new cauliflower-based snack lines. The products are certified vegan, gluten-free and Non-GMO Project verified.
The Cauliflower Chips are available in sea salt, salt and vinegar, sour cream and onion, and buffalo flavors.
The Cauliflower Snacking Crackers are available in sea salt and everything flavors.
Nestle is rolling out two new limited-edition Starbucks coffee blends to its at-home portfolio for spring. The new line includes Starbucks Honey & Madagascar Vanilla flavored coffee and Starbucks Spring Day Blend, which combines black coffee from Africa and Latin America with notes of cocoa and dried fruits. Both products are made with 100% arabica coffee and are available in Keurig K-Cup pods and ground coffee formats.
Nasoya is introducing new vegan dumplings and a new relish.
Korean BBQ Vegetable Dumplings are inspired by traditional sweet and savory Korean Bulgogi flavors. Certified organic and vegan, the dumplings are filled with Nasoya’s Super Firm Tofu, vegetables and spices. Each serving provides 9 grams of protein.
The new Kimchi Relish, available in mild and spicy varieties, is an all-in-one hot sauce and kimchi condiment that is vegan and cholesterol-free.