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JUN 2016

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June 2016 | progressivegrocer.com | 191 Gelato with a Twist Turkey Hill Dairy is betting that a mashup of favorite desserts will be a winner with consumers. The five-SKU line of Gelato Swirls combines famil- iar ingredients with creamy gelato for a twisted frozen treat. Varieties are Brownie Fudge, Mint Cookie Crunch, Raspberry Chocolate, Caramel Peanut Butter and Caramel Cookie. The SRP for a 32-ounce container is $4.99. www.turkeyhill.com. Bagged Beans Verde Valle Foods Inc.'s Isadora brand refried and whole beans are packaged in lightweight stand-up pouches to retain flavor, texture and nutritional value. Isadora beans are high in fiber, protein and iron, and low in saturated fat; contain no choles- terol or trans-fats; and are GMO- and gluten-free. Varieties are Peruano (light-colored), Tex-Mex, Original Recipe, Low Fat and Black refried beans, all in a 15.2-ounce size; Whole Pinto and Whole Black beans are available in 16-ounce packages. The SRP for both package sizes is $1.49. www.isadorabeans.com. Cover it in Chocolate Upping the ante on fruit-and-nut combos, Ghirardelli, a Lindt & Sprungli subsidiary, has launched a line of well- paired chocolate-covered snacks in Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Cashew, Milk Chocolate Sea Salt Cashew, Milk Choco- late Toasted Coconut and Dark Chocolate Blueberry varieties. Stand-up pouches, weighing in at 4.8 ounces, retail for a suggested $4.99. www.ghirardelli.com. Superior Turkey Butterball has launched Farm to Family all-natural, antibiotic-free turkey products in Ground Turkey Breast, 93 percent lean/7 percent fat Ground Turkey, and Turkey Burger Patties varieties. Farm to Family products are American Humane Certified, and made from turkeys raised on a vegetarian diet based on whole grains con- taining no animal byproducts or hormones. Suggested prices vary. FarmtoFamily.Butterball.com.

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