Pamela’s now has new cookie mixes (Oatmeal Cookie Mix and Sugar Cookie Mix) and an Artisan Flour Blend. The cookie mixes create moist gluten-free cookies with some basic add-ins. The Artisan Flour Blend is a multipurpose, whole-grain flour free of wheat, gluten, dairy, soy and corn.
Vitalicious recently launched a low-calorie and nutrient-rich pizza called VitaPizza. The all-natural pizza contains 15 vitamins and minerals, over 8 g of whole grains and 190 calories. With two flavors, Cheese & Tomato and Meatless Pepperoni Supreme, the thin crust, vegetarian pizza is good for calorie counters.
GO Veggie! (formerly Galaxy Nutritional Foods) has introduced GO Veggie! Dairy Free Mozzarella Style and Mexican Style Shreds. The non-GMO and dairy-, soy-, gluten-, lactose- and preservative-free shreds melt, stretch and taste like real cheese. Additionally, the products have no added sugars, have zero saturated and hydrogenated fats and are cholesterol free.
Tofutti Brands is introducing a new frozen dish—a cheese ravioli that is completely egg and dairy free. Available in Jumbo and Bite-Sized, the raviolis are filled with Tofutti Better than Ricotta Cheese. The pasta contains seven grams of protein, no trans-fat and no cholesterol.
Sprout Foods added 22 new products to its line of organic food for children. These products include Peach Multigrain Cereal with Blackberries and Creamy Vegetables with Chicken for babies 8-18 months, plus Fruity Yogurt Bites and Crispy Fruit & Veggie Chews for toddlers. All Sprout Foods products and packages are eco-friendly.
Three new flavors have joined Zevia’s line of all natural, stevia sweetened sodas: Lime Cola, Cherry Cola and Strawberry. With these flavors, there are now 15 zero-calorie varieties with zero artificial sweetener flavors to choose from, including the classic Cola, Cream Soda, Black Cherry and Lemon Lime Twist.
Hi I’m Skinny Sticks now come in six flavors: veggie tortilla, sweet potato, multi-grained cheddar, tangy BBQ, sweet onion and sea salt . These chips are all natural and GMO free. Rather than refined sugar, the products are sweetened with evaporated cane juice; they also have 40% less fat than regular chips.
Boulder Canyon Natural Food’s Garden Select Vegetable Crisps are an all-natural alternative to potato chips. Each bite contains up to 12 vegetables, no trans-fat and plenty of fiber. Garden Select Vegetable Crisps are offered in three glutenfree flavors: sour cream and chive, hearty cheddar and red ripe tomato.
Scheckter’s Organic Energy is a new organic and vegetarian energy drink. It contains extracts from organic raw coffee beans, organic guarana, ginseng and organic green tea, which the company states boosts physical and mental performance and reduces stress. It also uses no synthetic caffeine, artificial sweeteners, colorants, flavorings or preservatives. Available in regular or lite.
Back to the Roots presents grow-your-own mushroom kits, which allows consumers to grow up to 1.5 pounds of oyster mushrooms. Mushrooms can grow to full size within 10 days when placed in full sunlight and misted with water twice a day. Mushroom spawn (seeds) are mixed with recycled coffee grounds to create the growing environment.