Happytot Plus fruit/veggie pouches are packed with fiber, antioxi dants, vitamins, minerals and choline to aid in brain development. Fortified with Salba for omega-3s, the line is free of gluten, GMOs, artificial colors, flavoring agents and preservatives. Flavors include Kale, Apple & Mango; Blueberry, Apple & Purple Carrot; and Strawberry, Kiwi, Beet & Pear.
A new candy bar flavor is available from Justin’s Nut Butter. Milk Chocolate Almond, with an almond center sandwiched between layers of nougat and caramel and covered in milk chocolate, has been added alongside existing Dark Chocolate Peanut and Milk Chocolate Peanut. The candy bars are certified gluten-free.
Old Orchard adds Very Cherre tart cherry juice to its list of product offerings. The juice is rich in antioxidants, is gluten free and contains no colors, artificial flavors or preservatives. Just four ounces of Very Cherre offers the daily recommended intake of antioxidants.
SRP: $4.99 for 64-ounce bottle.
In every ounce of Eat Your Vegetables by Snikiddy Snacks is one full serving of vegetables, with 2.5 times the amount of protein found in most other vegetable chips, says Snikiddy. The all-natural, cholesterol-free chips are made of sweet potatoes, carrots, navy beans and other veggies. The three flavors are Sea Salt, Jalapeno Ranch and Sour Cream & Onion.
Happy Family adds to its Happy Munchies line with Carrot Rice Cakes, Apple Rice Cakes, and Apple & Kale Puffed Corn Snacks. These gluten-free, non-GMO snacks are made with 100% organic vegetables, fruits and whole grains. It is perfect for teething and encourages self feeding.
New England Naturals introduces two new granolas. The Probiotic Raspberry Almond Granola benefits digestive health, supports the immune system and is naturally low in fat. The Organic Ancient Grains Granola contributes to a low-glycemic diet, is an excellent source of protein and all nine amino acids, and contains a hearty amount of omega-3 packed chia seeds.
Kinnikinnick Foods presents Gluten Free White Bread and Multigrain Bread. The soft breads are enriched with five essential nutrients and are a good source of fiber. On top of being gluten free, these breads are also dairy and nut free.
Jones is stripping down to the bare essentials with its new line of sparkling sodas. Jones Au Naturel has reduced calories (just 35), just seven grams of sugar and is free of artificial sweeteners. Instead, the sodas are sweetened with a combination of pure cane sugar and organic agave syrup.
Traders Point Creamery has just rolled out cottage cheese in recyclable glass containers. The recyclable containers allow the cottage cheese to be preserved in an impermeable and non-porous container, which thereby extends its shelf life. All containers are 100% recyclable and rated GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). And, the jars contain the Traders Point Creamery signature cow on the lid.
Linwoods offers flash-pasteurized, cold-milled Ground Organic Flaxseed. One serving of Linwoods’ Flaxseed provides 7.2 g of omega-3 and 8 g of dietary fiber, along with iron, calcium, thiamin and zinc. The company recommends using it in hot or cold cereal, salads and stews, and eating four spoonfuls a day.