Better-for-you ingredients show off in recent releases.
Briannas Fine Salad Dressings is expanding its home-style dressing options with a garlic vinaigrette.
Made in small batches, the dressing is a blend of garlic, oil and cracked pepper, and can work as a classic salad dressing, as well as a marinade for meats or vegetables.
Gotham Greens launched four plant-based dips, which are made with a base of cauliflower and chickpeas.
The four dips available include green goddess, spinach artichoke, tzatziki and green harissa. They are available for a suggested retail price of $6.49 at select Whole Foods Market locations, FreshDirect, as well as more locations coming later this month.
Lenny & Larry’s debuted its first nutrition bar to join the company’s Boss! Line.
The Boss! Immunity Bar is a crunchy wafer bar that contains 17 grams of dairy, as well as plant protein, probiotics and 2 grams of sugar.
The protein bar line is available in four flavors: peanut butter cup, caramel macchiato, chocolate mint brownie and maple french toast. They come in 4-count packages for a suggested retail price of $7.99 to $8.49.
Plant-based food company Kite Hill is bringing back its dairy-free pumpkin pie cream cheese. Formulated with almond milk, it is available at select grocery stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $6.99 for an 8-oz tub.
Supplement brand Ancient Nutrition is adding three soup-inspired flavors to its bone broth protein line.
The three flavors are chicken soup, butternut squash and tomato basil. The powdered bone broth protein is available for a suggested retail price of $49.95.
NadaMoo re-released its dairy-free pumpkin pie-flavored ice cream.
The limited-edition fall flavor is formulated with a coconut milk base, pumpkin puree and pie crust crumbles, as well as brown sugar, nutmeg and cinnamon.
Juice brand Uncle Matt’s Organic is adding two offerings for children: a no-sugar lemonade and no-sugar strawberry lemonade.
The shelf-stable juice boxes contain no added sugar and is instead sweetened with stevia. The juice also contains vitamin C, vitamin D and zinc for immune support, according to the company.
Starkist Co. launched Smart Bowls, which feature grains, vegetables and wild-caught tuna.
The Smart Bowls are available in four flavors: Latin citrus, spicy pepper, tomato basil and zesty lemon.
The ready-to-serve bowls can be eaten from the pouch or served on a bed of greens and contain about 180 calories.
Rice company Riviana Foods Inc. released ready-to-heat microwavable rice under its Mahatma brand.
The Mahatma ready-to-heat jasmine rice is ready in 90 seconds and has the smoky and subtle sweetness of chipotle peppers, according to the company.
Premade salad company Fresh Express added three options to its retail offerings.
The new chopped salad kits are available in three varieties: Twisted Caesar lemon Caesar, Twisted Caesar pesto Caesar, Mexican style and butter supreme.
Fresh Express’ chopped salad bags carry a suggested retail price of $3.99 and can be found at retailers nationwide including Albertsons, Aldi, Food Lion, Giant Eagle and Walmart.
Lenny & Larry’s is adding both fall and winter flavors of its protein cookies to shelves.
The fall flavors are available in pumpkin spice and caramel apple, and the winter flavors come in gingerbread and peppermint chocolate. The cookies contain 16 grams of plant-based protein and 10 grams of fiber.
Plant-based food maker Puris launched its first consumer brand under the name AcreMade, which released a plant-based egg.
AcreMade’s plant-based egg is formulated with yellow field peas and are free from the top nine allergens.
Springtime flavors are making a return to shelves.
New spring sandwiches refresh menus.