Progressive Grocer

DEC 2016

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December 2016 | | 95 How Sweet It Is Adding some differentiation and indulgence to the bakery department, Bakerly LLC now of- fers a line of brioche breads that are a bit soft- er and sweeter than traditional bread. Made from authentic French recipes and containing no preservatives, GMOs, high-fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors or coloring, the line consists of Soft Brioche Baguettes, with an SRP of $4.99 for four 3-ounce pieces; Brioche Rolls with Milk Chocolate Chips, with an SRP Natural Protection Consumers want to know that what they put on their and their children's skin is safe and natural. Olen Cosmetics has added two sunscreens to its line of all-natural lotions and creams — Classic Sunblocz and Sunblocz Baby + Kids — both guaranteed safe (with 100 percent all-natural ingredients) and effective (with SPG+ and broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection). Hypoallergenic and dermatologist-recommended, Classic Sunblocz is naturally tinted, while Sunblocz Baby + Kids goes on white and then disap- pears, allowing parents to notice whether they missed a spot on their baby before the product vanishes. SRPs are $18.99 per 6-ounce bottle of Classic Sunblocz, and $14.99 per 4-ounce bottle of Sunblocz Baby+Kids. of $4.99 for eight 1.23-ounce pieces; Hand Braided Brioche, with an SRP of $5.99 for a 14.11-ounce loaf; Sliced Brioche, with an SRP of $5.99 for a 14.11-ounce loaf; and Brioche Rolls, with an SRP of $4.99 for eight 1.23-ounce pieces. Soup's On Offering three-quarters of a cup of vegetables per serving, Progresso Good Natured Soups from General Mills make it easier for consumers to get their recommended three to five servings of vegetables per day. The vegan line, which com- prises three flavors — Hearty Tomato with Spinach and Roasted Garlic, Hearty Corn and Chipotle Chowder, and Hearty Lentil with Garden Vegetables — uses different bean bases and veg- etable purées to create a hearty and creamy texture without incorporating dairy ingredients. Featuring no preservatives or colors from artificial sources, the shelf-stable soup line has an SRP of $3.29 per 17-ounce carton. Ancient Grains, New Pizzas Meeting con- sumers' desire for more au- thentic-tasting products with simpler ingredi- ent lists, Smart Flour Foods has expanded its lineup of ancient-grain- based frozen pizzas with no artificial ingredients to include two chef-inspired Italian varieties: Chicken Sausage and Tuscan Inspired Uncured Two Meat. Made with clean in- gredients and certified gluten-free, the pizzas feature real mozzarella and provolone cheeses made with milk from cows not treated with synthetic hormones, and are topped with meats free from nitrates and nitrites. The crusts are made with a blend of flours containing sorghum, amaranth and teff, allowing for higher protein, vitamin and min- eral contents than those found in conventional and other gluten-free pizza brands. The SRP range is $6.99-$7.99 per pizza.

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