New from Annie Chun’s are Organic Potstickers (SRP: $4.49/7.6 oz) and Mini Wontons (SRP: $3.99/8 oz). The potstickers come in Chicken & Vegetable or Pork & Vegetable. The bite-sized wontons come in Pork & Ginger, Chicken & Garlic and Chicken & Cilantro. Both can be made within seven minutes.
The Daphne Baking Company premiers its thaw-and-serve line of gourmet desserts. Products are made from natural ingredients. Tarts come in convenient two-per-box packaging and six boxes per case, with flavors including lemon, chocolate, macadamia nut, pumpkin, chocolate raspberry, passion fruit and sweet shells.
Sambazon now offers three Antioxidant Elixirs. These açaí- and acerola-based drinks offer 600% of the daily value of vitamin C, are sweetened with several organic botanical extracts and have 70 calories per serving. Whereas most açaí beverages are thick and opaque, these drinks are lucid and thin (the consistency of water).
Murray's Chicken has released an all-natural Murray’s Grandma’s Chicken Soup Kit, which includes simple cooking instructions. The kit comes with antibiotic- and hormone-free diced chicken, and a sealed pouch of fresh-cut soup vegetables (carrots, sliced onions, parsnips, potatoes, leeks, dill and celery chunks). The product can feed a family of six.
Kay’s Naturals now offers gluten-free Cookie Bites in two flavors: Cinnamon and Honey. These cookie bites are sweetened with cane juice and stevia and offer 10 grams of protein and only three grams of sugar per serving. According to the company, the snacks have a “great flavor without the aftertaste.”
Ian's Natural Foods, Inc. now offers a line of fruit snacks called Fruitabits. Fruit flavors include berry cherry and sour apple & cherry, both of which kids will enjoy. The product is a low-fat snack that is made from rice bits with a coating of real fruit puree. It also only contains 85 calories and is an excellent source of vitamin C.
GloryBeeFoods Inc. launched its Aunt Patty’s Organic Raw Blue Agave Syrup line. The syrup comes from blue agave, hand-picked by local farmers in Jalisco, Mexico. Available sizes include a 12.5-oz. plastic bottle, 16.5-oz. glass jar, 45.5-oz. glass jar, a 1-gallon plastic jug and a 58.1-lb. plastic pail.
Yogi now offers Yogi Granola Crisps, available in three flavors: baked cinnamon raisin, mountain blueberry flax and fresh strawberry crunch. These crisps are snackable right from the bag and are a flavorful addition to yogurt. They stay crunchy in a bowl of milk. Each half–cup serving contains 2.5 grams of fat and only five grams of sugar.
Lundberg Family Farms delivers roasted brown rice couscous in four varieties: plain original, roasted garlic & olive oil, savory herb and Mediterranean curry. Each is crushed into fine granules and is fire-roasted, which adds a nutty flavor. All are made from certified organic brown rice and contain no trans fat, wheat, gluten or artificial ingredients.
SRP: $2.49, for 6.8 to 10-oz. boxes.
Nawgan Products has introduced a berry-flavored functional beverage that supports memory with four key ingredients: Cognizin citicoline (from Kyowa Hakko USA), vitamin E, lycopene and alpha glyceryl phosphoryl choline. This all-natural functional beverage comes in a non-caffeinated and a naturally caffeinated variety.