People will always crave carbohydrates of all shapes and sizes. But the cookies, crackers, breads and baking mixes that lead the market, especially in the natural and specialty channels, are offering a little something extra. Let’s find out what makes certain baked goods more appealing to the foodies of today, and how retailers can make use of this knowledge.

What do more than half of your shoppers have in common with each other? Pets! About 62% of U.S. households own at least one pet, and 47% percent have at least one dog, according to The Humane Society. Incorporating some pet care items into your store will likely make your loyal pack see your business as a one-stop shop for the entire family—and yes, that includes the furbabies!

Ready to eat QuinoaQuinoa Ready to Eat Meals by Cucina & Amore require little preparation. They come in a durable, microwaveable package to allow you to easily heat and store your meal. These all-natural, vegan meals come in: Mango & Jalapeno, Basil Pesto, Spicy Jalapeno & Roasted Peppers, and Artichoke & Roasted Peppers.

GF Lentil CrispsBandar Monkey Foods released Lentil Crisps. Inspired by poppadums, traditional street food enjoyed in India, these crisps serve as a good source of protein and have 50% less fat than potato chips. Original Cumin and Green Chili Garlic flavors are currently available.

Chocolate Hemp MilkDaily Greens expanded its line to include REPLENISH, a chocolate hemp milk. This dairy milk alternative is made with hemp seeds, wheatgrass, Madagascar vanilla, coconut nectar, camu camu and raw cocoa. It is made with only organic and all-natural ingredients.

Chia DrinkNew from Mamma Chia is the Organic Clean Energy line of drinks. Each variety contains 2,500 mg of omega-3s from chia seeds along with brewed guayusa tea. They deliver 90 mg of natural caffeine and 4 g of protein, and are an excellent source of fiber. Favors include Cherry Charge, Blackberry Blast, Grape Power and Raspberry Razz.

Frozen Fruit/Vegetable PopsRuby’s Naturals added five new flavors to its Ruby Rocket’s line of frozen pops: Celestial Cherry, Far-Out Fudge, Planetary Pink Lemonade, Meteorite Mango and Gravity Grape . These pops combine flavors that kids enjoy along with non-GMO vegetables and fruits and low amounts of sugar (four to six grams). Ingredients include sweet potato, cherry, butternut squash and acai. All five flavors are gluten-free, dairy-free, Kosher and vegan, with no artificial colors or flavors.

BurgersCluck ‘n Moo is making a new addition to its half-chicken, half-beef burgers with the Cluck ‘n Moo Burger with Kale. This new product combines the healthful benefits of kale along with the same juiciness and flavor of the original Cluck ‘n Moo burger. Cluck ‘n Moo burgers are made with grass-fed beef and chicken, with no antibiotics or hormones.

Seafood EntreesFishpeople offers a line of ready-to-eat entrees and soups featuring sustainable seafood from the Pacific Northwest. Options include Albacore Tuna in Yellow Coconut Curry, Chinook Salmon in a Chardonnay Reduction Sauce, and Creamy Razor Clam and Bacon Chowder. Consumers can trace the source via a code on the back of the packaging.