Progressive Grocer Product

Spring 2015

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Spring 2015 / Progressive Grocer Products Showcase 41 BAKERY berry and seed flavors Clif Bar added two new flavors, Berry Pomegranate Chia and Nuts and Seeds, to its Clif Bar lineup. Berry Pomegranate Chia offers a sweet and tangy combination of strawberries, cranberries, pomegranate and chia seeds. Nuts and Seeds combines crunchy almond and peanut butter with sunflower and pumpkin seeds. Made with organic ingredients, the bars are a good source of protein and fiber. The bars retail for $1.39. The Clif Builder's lineup also added a Chocolate Hazelnut variety. Clif Bar Emeryville, Calif. better-for-you snacks Funley's offers all-natural snacks and wholesome treats, including Funley's Delicious, which includes three lines of preservative- and GMO-free snacks. Stix in the Mud, Wholly Granolly Clusters and Super Crackers, provide a good source of vitamin D, calcium and iron without artificial additives. Super Crackers, superfood veggie crackers, and Wholly Granolly Clusters, wholegrain granola snacks, are now available in resealable, stand-up bags. Funley's Delicious Los Angeles pies and desserts Sara Lee Foodservice offers Chef Pierre's No Sugar Added Pies and Bistro Collection Desserts. Chef Pierre No Sugar Added Lemon Meringue and Banana Cream Pies have a 270-day shelf life and are 10-in. in diameter with six servings per container. Five new premium cakes have been added, including: Chocolate Raspberry Duet Cake, Harvest Caramel Apple Cake, Lemon Mousse Melody, Roasted Pistachio Mascarpone Cake and Chocolate Peanut Butter Thunder Cake. Sara Lee Foodservice Chicago peace of mind cereal Attune Foods offers Peace Cereal, a brand of non-GMO cereals. The brand recently launched Protein Granola and Flakes, providing 10 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber per serving. Peace Cereal's full line features fourteen other non-GMO verified cereals, including Blueberry Pomegranate, Cherry Almond, French Vanilla, Fruit and Nut Muesli, Goji Berry and Chia, Hearty Raisin Bran, Mango Peach Passion, Wild Berry, Maple Pecan, Protein O's, Raspberry Ginger, Sweet Oats and Almonds, Vanilla Almond, and Walnut Spice. Attune Foods LLC Eugene, Ore. Weight-management cereals Weight Watchers launched ready-to- eat cereals brought to market with the help of MOM Brands, which is licensed to manufacture and distribute the brand. The line includes: Weight Watchers Oat Clusters With Almonds; Weight Watchers Whole Grain Honey Nut Toasted Oats; Weight Watchers Frosted Shredded Wheat With Protein; Weight Watchers Oat Clusters With Cherries and Almonds; and Weight Watchers Chocolate Frosted Shredded Wheat. MOM Brands Minneapolis Granola snack Anderson Trail developed WOATS Oatsnack. The company combined oats and natural ingredients for energy- boosting snacks that consumers can enjoy by the handful. The company recently added Jammin' Strawberry Shortbread, a blend of strawberries, shortbread, California almonds, and oats. The company also offers Nuts About Berries; Cookies 'n' Dreams; and Peanut Butter Graham Slam in the WOATS Oatsnack line. Anderson Trail Inc. Fort Worth, Texas breakfast biscuits belVita Breakfast Biscuits has launched a new, convenient option for consumers who are on the go. belVita Bites offer the same taste and nutrition in a portable variety that provides four hours of nutritious, steady energy. Available in Chocolate and Mixed Berry flavors, each 50-gram serving of belVita Bites Breakfast Biscuits contains 230 calories, 20 grams of whole grain and 4 grams fiber. A box retails for $3.69. Mondelez International, Inc. Deerfield, Ill. Chickpea-based bars The Good Bean offers Fruit and No-Nut Bars based on chickpeas. Fruit and No- Nut Bars are available in three flavors: Chocolate Berry, Apricot Coconut, and Fruit and Seed Trail Mix. The entire line is nut free, gluten free, all natural, non- GMO and kosher. The crispy-chewy- fruity bars are naturally high in fiber, a good source of protein (8 grams per bar), and have 140 calories per bar. The Good Bean in Berkeley Calif.

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