Progressive Grocer Product

Summer 2016

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2 0 Progressive Grocer Products Showcase / Summer 2016 REFRIGERATED & FROZEN Frozen Juice Snack J&J Snack Foods Corp.'s Whole Fruit Organic Juice Tubes is a new line of on-the-go juice tubes that contain 60 calories each. Available in Apple Grape, Apple Strawberry, Apple Cherry, and Apple Blueberry flavors, Whole Fruit Organic Juice Tubes are USDA certified Organic and have no GMOs, high fructose corn syrup, dairy or gluten. J&J Snack Foods Corp. Pennsauken, N.J . jjsnack.com Few Ingredients Cream Cheese Arla launched a new product: Simply Better Arla Cream Cheese. Arla Original Cream Cheese is made with four ingredients: cream, buttermilk, cheese culture and salt, and without artificial flavors, preservatives or hormones. Arla cream cheese comes in five flavors: Original, Light, Herbs and Spices, Peppercorn, and Blueberry. The cream cheese is available in 7-oz. tubs. Arla Foods Inc. USA Basking Ridge, N.J. arlafoodsusa.com Korean Meals Suji's Korean Cuisine debuted eight new products. Refrigerated and frozen complete-meal beef and chicken rice bowls, kalbi (Korean-style short ribs) and chicken entrees in savory and spicy sauces will expand the line, which launched in mid-2014. The products contain all-natural ingredients, using non-GMO soy sauces, and are free of MSG and gluten. Suji's Korean Cuisine Omaha, Neb. sujiskorean.com Organic Yogurt Liberté transitioned all its products to USDA Organic certified. Liberté Organic flavors include: Ecuadorian Mango, Philippine Coconut, Baja Strawberry, Sweet Cream, Lavender, Washington Black Cherry, Californian Pomegranate, Lemon, Indonesian Vanilla Bean, and Brazilian Sea Salt Caramel. Each yogurt is made with whole milk and cream to create an indulgent silky texture. The live, active cultures add a layer of deep flavor that is punctuated with bold, real fruit. No gelatins, sugar substitutes or preservatives are used. Liberté USA Minneapolis liberteusa.com Veggie Burgers Dr. Praeger's Sensible Foods introduced new veggie burgers including: Bibimbap, with spicy Korean Gochujang and brown rice; Heirloom Bean showcasing six varieties of beans, lentils and delicate herbs; and Mushroom Risotto, featuring roasted mushrooms and simmered Arborio rice with a hint of truffle oil. Dr. Praeger's also released new Kale Littles, kid-friendly bites in fun shapes with kale as the first ingredient. Dr. Praeger's Sensible Foods Elmwood Park, N.J. drpraegers.com Personal Pizzas Oh Yes!, a maker of frozen pizza with three-to-five times the daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables, introduced new packaging and a personal-sized pizza. Both the 10-in. and 7.5-in. pizzas contain 12 fruits and vegetables. Similar to the 10-in. frozen pizzas, the personal-sized pizzas are available in four varieties: Wheat Crust/Mozzarella, Wheat Crust/ Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free/Mozzarella, and Gluten-Free/Dairy-Free. They are all natural and contain non-GMO ingredients. Oh Yes! Foods Los Angeles ohyesfoods.com Meatless Pizza Pockets Meatless Pepperoni Pizza Pockets are the newest product from Gardein, the plant-protein brand. Each pocket consists of a non-GMO wheat flour outer crust, filled with marinara sauce, meatless pepperoni and vegan mozz'rella, and contains 9 grams of protein. The products are vegan, kosher and cholesterol free. They contain fewer calories, less sodium and 42 percent less fat than conventional pizza pockets. Gardein Vancouver gardein.com Frozen Enchiladas Red's Natural Foods launched frozen Enchiladas in Shredded Beef and Chicken varieties. At 380 calories (chicken) and 340 calories (beef) for two enchiladas, the dishes make for a filling and calorie-conscious meal. Red's Enchiladas offer 18 grams of protein per serving in beef and 20 grams per serving in chicken. All enchiladas are finished with authentic sauces, either verde or traditional enchilada. Red's Natural Foods Franklin, Tenn. redsallnatural.com

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