The spiced seasonal flavor floods supermarkets.
Plant-based energy brand Yerbaé debuted a pumpkin spice-flavored energy drink, available at select retailers.
Yerbaé Pumpkin Spice is available in a 16-oz can and has no calories and no sugar. It also contains 160 mg of caffeine from yerba mate, as well as flavoring from nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger.
General Mills launched a pumpkin spice-flavored take on Cheerios that is also gluten-free.
Formulated with pumpkin puree and a blend of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, the cereal is available at select retail locations for a limited time for a suggested retail price of $2.99.
Mondelez International’s Nabisco brand is bringing back pumpkin spice flavored Oreos, the first time the product has been available at retail since 2017.
The seasonal Oreo features two golden wafer cookies with a pumpkin spice flavored crème.
General Mills’ Pillsbury brand released Grands! Pumpkin Spice Rolls, a seasonal variety of its cinnamon rolls. The ready-to-bake cinnamon roll dough is combined with Cinnabon cinnamon and a pre-made pumpkin spice icing. The pumpkin spice cinnamon rolls are available in a tube that makes five rolls for a suggested retail price of $6.18.
Pillsbury’s released a seasonal ready-to-bake pumpkin cookie dough with cream cheese flavored chunks. The fall-flavored cookie dough is safe to eat raw, but also makes 12 cookies if baked.
Better-for-you cereal maker Three Wishes has re-released its pumpkin spice cereal.
The grain-free cereal contains 3 grams of sugar and 8 grams of plant-based protein. It is available at select retailers like Sprouts and Whole Foods, as well as direct-to-consumer through Amazon for a suggested retail price of $6.99.
Zero-calorie and zero-sugar syrup brand Jordan’s Skinny Mixes added a Pumpkin Spice Flavor Burst and a Pumpkin Spice Skinny Sauce to its portfolio.
The Flavor Burst line is a concentrated version of the company’s Skinny Syrup, both of which are now available in a pumpkin spice flavor.
Yoplait’s Oui French-style yogurt brand released a pumpkin caramel flavor. Also available in a dairy-free coconut variety, one 5-oz jar is available for a suggested retail price of $1.69.
Campbell Soup Co. announced it is partnering with Dunkin’ Brands to create Goldfish Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Grahams. The rollout of the fall-themed flavor combination is the first time the two companies have partnered on a product offering. The graham crackers combine notes of pumpkin, donut glaze and warm spices, according to Campbell Soup.
Plant-based beverage brand Califia Farms expanded its portfolio with Pumpkin Spice Oat Barista.
The dairy-free beverage is made with oat milk, as well as pumpkin puree, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. It is available at Target, Albertsons, Whole Foods Market locations, Amazon and HEB, as well as additional retailers nationwide.
Nature’s Bakery, a brand of Mars Inc.’s subsidiary Kind Snacks, debuted pumpkin spice fig bars.
The bars are vegan and made using non-GMO Project verified ingredients. Composed of a soft whole wheat exterior and pumpkin spice flavored interior, they will be available for a limited time online and at select retailers.
Kellogg Co.’s subsidiary RXBAR launched a limited-edition pumpkin spice flavored bar. Formulated using egg whites, dates, nuts and pumpkin spice seasoning, the bar contains 12 grams of protein per serving.
Bimbo Bakeries USA’s Entenmann’s brand launched a limited-edition pumpkin muffin under its Little Bites brand.
The Little Bites pumpkin muffins are formulated with pumpkin and without high-fructose corn syrup, while also containing no trans-fat. Available online and at select retailers nationwide, individually portioned packages of four mini muffins make up the box of 20 pumpkin muffins.
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