Progressive Grocer Product

Summer 2016

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Summer 2016 / Progressive Grocer Products Showcase 1 9 REFRIGERATED & FROZEN Sprouted Grain Waffles Food for Life Baking Co., makers of Ezekiel 4:9 Bread, expanded its brand with Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Waffles. Available in four flavors — Apple Nut, Golden Flax, Blueberry, and Original — the waffles contain six sprouted grains, legumes and seeds. The USDA Organic-certified waffles also are high in fiber and contain plant-based protein. The company also added Ezekiel 4:9 Flax English Muffins. Food for Life Baking Co. Corona, Calif. Premium Seafood Alaskan Jack's Seafood launched a premium extension of Frontier Harvest Alaskan Jack's salmon products. The Frontier Harvest Alaskan Jack's Gold line consists of two new additions to the brand family, both using Alaskan wild-caught Sockeye Salmon, including Frontier Harvest Alaskan Jack's Gold Pineapple Teriyaki marinade, and Frontier Harvest Alaskan Jack's Gold Caribbean Jerk dry rub seasoned. Alaskan Jack's Seafood Corp. El Monte, Calif. Light and Indulgent Ice Creams Arctic Zero unveiled seven additions to its product line. Flavors include: Brownie Blast, Snickerdoodle Dandy, and Banana Pudding Chunky Pints; Cake Batter and Poppin' Pomegranate Creamy Pints; and Mint and Salted Caramel Chocolate-Dipped Bars. Products are made with GMO-free ingredients and contain hormone-free whey protein, fiber and antioxidant- rich monk fruit, and no artificial flavors, sweeteners or colors. Arctic Zero San Diego Kids Meatballs and Pizza Plum Organics line of meatball bites for kids is made from USDA organic meats. The meatball bites contain whole grains, 12 to 17 grams of protein per serving and veggies. The line includes: Garden Chicken Bites, Italian Style Turkey Bites, and Teriyaki Beef Bites. The company also released a line of Plum Pizza Minis for kids, including Cheese and Sausage, Three Cheese and Tomato, and Cheese and Uncured Pepperoni. Plum Organics Emeryville, Calif. Organic Breakfast Options Good Food Made Simple Breakfast Burritos, Breakfast Wraps, and Entrée Burritos will be made with a minimum 70 percent organic ingredients and some will now be USDA certified organic. The company also debuted two made-with-organic Breakfast Wraps – Spicy Veggie and Spinach and Mushroom – and USDA organic Entrée Burritos in Spicy Three Bean and Black Bean and Veggie, as well as Buttermilk and Blueberry Waffles. Good Food Made Simple Wellesley, Mass. Dairy-free Butters Prosperity Organic Foods, makers of Melt Organic dairy-free spreads, released Buttery Sticks, specially formulated to perform just like butter when baking, and Probiotic Melt Buttery Spread, a butter that delivers active cultures. Buttery Sticks are made from a creamy blend of virgin coconut oil, hi-oleic sunflower oil and palm fruit oil. Probiotic Melt Buttery Spread also contains virgin coconut oil, hi-oleic sunflower oil and palm fruit oil and is blended with the highly stable probiotic GanedenBC30. Prosperity Organic Foods Boise, Idaho Lighter Shrimp SeaPak Shrimp and Seafood Co. added a new Lighthouse Selections lineup of lighter shrimp-based products to its portfolio: Shrimp and Veggie Griller, Creamy Garlic Shrimp, and Marinated Shrimp. Made from sustainably certified, farm-raised shrimp, each of the three items launching under SeaPak's new Lighthouse Selections label is gluten-free, contains fewer ingredients than traditional frozen seafood products, and is also free of trans fats, additives and preservatives. SeaPak Shrimp and Seafood Co. St. Simons Island, Ga. Milk for Adults Organic Valley introduced Good to Go, an organic single-serve milk for adults. The on-the-go milk is for busy consumers seeking a portable, ready- to-drink option. The product contains the same pasture-raised Organic Valley milk, but in a more convenient 11-oz., single-serve bottle. Good to Go is available in 1% Low Fat White or 1% Low Fat Chocolate varieties. Organic Valley La Farge, Wis.

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