Progressive Grocer Product

Spring 2015

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Spring 2015 / Progressive Grocer Products Showcase 27 FROZEN breakfast Sandwiches Respect Foods introduced Respect frozen breakfast sandwiches in single-serve cartons. The three varieties include Apple Maple Chicken Sausage, Turkey Bacon, and Double Egg presented on a wholegrain English muffin with white cheddar cheese. Each protein-packed sandwich contains 4 grams of fiber and less than 30 ingredients. Respect sandwiches contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The sandwiches retail from $2.99 to $3.29 for a single 4-5-oz. sandwich. Respect Foods Inc. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. respectfoods.com Soft-serve pops Chloe's Soft Serve Fruit Co. developed Soft Serve Fruit Pops, a frozen treat made with fruit, filtered water and organic cane sugar. Chloe's Soft Serve Fruit Pops are available in five flavors: Dark Chocolate, Pineapple, Mango, Raspberry, and Strawberry. In addition, the line is free of dairy, gluten, fat and major allergens. In addition, the products are vegan and kosher. Chloe's Soft Serve Fruit Co. New York chloesfruit.com premium lemonades Grab a cool breeze and the refreshingly sweet taste of Old Orchard lemonade, made with lemons and sweetened with a blend of sugar and Truvia brand stevia. Enjoy that fresh lemonade-stand taste with 90 calories per serving and no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The lemonades are available in four unique varieties. In addition, the lemonades come in a shelf-stable 64-oz. bottle and in a 12-oz. frozen concentrate. Old Orchard Brands Sparta, Mich. oldorchard.com Falafels and meatballs Nate's launched a line Mediterranean Bites, which are falafels with a twist. They are non-GMO, vegan, gluten- free and are packed with fiber and protein. Flavors include Garlic and Pesto, Kale, Southwestern, and Sweet Potato. The company also updated the packaging of its three vegan varieties of Meatless Meatballs. The new design emphasizes the brand's recent non- GMO status. Nate's Meatless Meatballs, available in Classic, Zesty Italian, and Savory Mushroom, are packaged in a resealable bag. Nate's Meatless South San Francisco natesmeatless.com breaded chicken Farm Rich has introduced Breaded Chicken Wings and all white meat Boneless Chicken Bites in two sauces — Buffalo and BBQ. Dusted with a mix of spices, then fried until crispy outside, Farm Rich Breaded Chicken Wings and Boneless Bites come ready-to-be heated, sauced and served in minutes. Available in the freezer section, the four varieties are priced from $5.99 to $6.99. Rich Products Corp. St. Simon's Island, Ga. farmrich.com dairy-free ice cream Fal Food USA released DF Mavens Dairy-Free Frozen Desserts, a dairy- free ice cream created by Malcolm Stogo. DF Mavens comes in three main varieties: Soy, Coconut, and Almond. All products are gluten-free, kosher and do not contain preservatives. Flavors include: Madagascar Vanilla Bean, Del Lago Chocolate, Peanut Butter Fudge Mash, New Orleans Salted Praline, Mocha Almond Chip, and Mint Almond Cookie. No Sugar Added options also are available. Fal Food USA New York Dfmavens.com organic burrito PJ's Organics added a Bean and Cheese burrito to its line of frozen burritos. PJ's Organics paired cheese and organic beans rolled together in a tortilla. The Bean and Cheese burrito contains 21 grams of protein and 12 grams of fiber in each burrito. PJ's Organics entire line of burritos is non- GMO and preservative free. PJ's Organics San Francisco pjorganics.com Frozen acai treat Acai Roots offers Acai Roots Fruit Bar, containing all organic Brazilian acai that is harvested in the rainforest using sustainable methods. The products contain no other fruit juices or added fillers. The Acai Roots Fruit Bar is made with wild-harvested acai berries from the Brazilian Amazon. Each bar has 90 calories and omegas 3, 6 and 9. Acai Roots San Diego acairoots.com

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