Nature’s Path Organic added three new flavors to its Love Crunch Granolas line: Apple Crumble, Carrot Cake and Aloha Blend. The company will donate the equivalent of cereal or cash to food banks for every bag of Love Crunch Granolas sold (up to $1 million).

A new option in the frozen foods aisle is Frozen Naked Pizza. The pizzas come in four flavors: Cheese, Chicken, Uncured Pepperoni and Superbiotic which features toppings of several veggies. The crusts are made with a blend of 10 grains plus a probiotic bacteria, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 6086, that survives freezing and baking.
SRP: $8.99

Organic, natural bisques have been added to Pacific Natural Foods’ line of ready-to-eat soups. The four new USDA-certified organic bisques are Hearty Tomato, Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato, Cashew Carrot Ginger (dairy-free) and Butternut Squash. All are packaged in BPA-free Tetra Recart cartons, and are gluten- and soy-free with a shelf life of 24 months.
SRP: $3.29–$3.49

MIM’s Kitchen offers several flavors of all-natural gluten-free cookie dough. Flavors include chocolate chocolate chip, sugar, ginger, chocolate chip, peanut butter chocolate chip and white chocolate macadamia nut. Each package contains 12 individual ready-to-bake cookies that only take minutes to bake. Along with being gluten free, the dough is also wheat free and certified dairy kosher.

Mojo Milk from Abunda Functional Foods is a chocolate powder that can be mixed into milk. The powder is enriched with the GanedenBC30 probiotic strain, which has been shown to support immune and digestive health. One serving contains 10 times more active cultures than yogurt and 60% less calories than other chocolate milk powders, says Abunda.

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.
SRP $8.99

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.

The findings of Dartmouth researchers that some products contain arsenic at worrisome levels, including toddler formula, spurred a call for additional federal regulation.

Emeryville, CA—At mile 120 of a 175-mile bike ride in 1990, Clif Bar & Company founder, co-owner and co-CEO Gary Erickson came up with the idea for CLIF Bar. A short time later, he baked the first bar in his mother’s kitchen, and the rest is company history. 2012 marks the company’s 20-year anniversary, and it is marking the occasion with new product launches and events throughout the year for customers and retailers.