Seasonal launches lean into sweet and spiced flavors.
Ice cream company Van Leeuwen is launching four new flavors, exclusively available at Walmart.
The line is focusing on fall-inspired flavors, including:
Frankford Candy and Kraft Heinz Co. have teamed up to bring a Lunchable-inspired gummy to the candy aisle.
The new fruit-flavored gummies are available in two varieties: Gummy Lunchable Cracker Stackers and Gummy Lunchable Pepperoni Pizza Kits.
The Gummy Lunchable Cracker Stackers come in a 6.2-oz package, with enough gummies to build four cracker sandwiches, while the Gummy Lunchable Pepperoni Pizza Kits are available in a 6.3-oz package with enough gummies to build three pizzas.
California Pizza Kitchen is taking its salad dressings to retail through a partnership with refrigerated salad dressing brand Litehouse, Inc.
Available on shelves in early 2023, the salad dressings will be available in a range of new flavors, according to the company.
“Our guests tell us they want more of their favorite CPK items available to bring to their at-home meal experiences,” said Jim Hyatt, chief executive officer and president of California Pizza Kitchen. “Our chefs make everything in-house from scratch daily, including our delicious salad dressings. Because we hold ourselves to the highest standards in quality and taste, it was important that our partner share the same exacting standards, and Litehouse is that perfect partner. We are proud to collaborate with a like-minded company to bring CPK dressings to the grocery store shelves for all the fans across the country who crave more than just our pizza.”
Primal Kitchen is adding four condiments to its portfolio. The new products include:
Primal Kitchen’s new products are available direct-to-consumer at primalkitchen.com.
Vietnamese coffee company Copper Cow Coffee launched its take on the pumpkin spice latte. Made with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, the nutty coffee comes in a pour-over design.
The coffee comes with five Pumpkin Spice Vietnamese coffee pour-over filters, as well as five single-serve sweetened condensed milk creamers.
Hudsonville Ice Cream and Little Debbie are bringing another Little Debbie-inspired ice cream to shelves across the United States.
Inspired by the Pumpkin Delights cookies, the limited-edition ice cream version is formulated with pumpkin-flavored ice cream featuring a spiced cookie swirl.
Better-for-you ice cream brand Enlightened debuted two limited-edition seasonal ice creams. Bake the World a Better Place is a pecan-flavored ice cream with bits of pecan, flaky pie crust pieces and a honey-flavored swirl. The Pumpkin Cheesecake ice cream is formulated with a light pumpkin ice cream and chunks of cheesecake.
Aloha, a plant-based protein company, launched its seasonal pumpkin spice-flavored bar, containing 14 grams of protein.
SmartSweets is expanding its portfolio by introducing Caramels, the first non-fruity candy from the company.
One 1.6-oz bag of caramels contains 1 gram of sugar, according to the company.
Better-for-you cereal brand Three Wishes is adding a strawberry flavor to its offerings. The gluten-free and grain-free cereal contains 3 grams of sugar and 8 grams of protein per serving.
Milk Bar is adding to its line of retail products with Batter Bites, a snack-sized frozen treat. They will be available in three varieties, including gooey butter bake, marshmallow brownie and peanut butter pretzel.
Chocolate company Tony’s Chocolonely is adding a milk chocolate with chocolate chip cookie flavor. The bar is a milk chocolate base, with chocolate chip cookie crumbles, which give an added crunch, according to the company.
Recent menu additions focus on relaunches of fan favorites.