Maxine's Heavenly Cinnamon Speculoos Crunch Cookie
Maxine's Heavenly Cinnamon Speculoos Crunch Cookie

This week’s new products include low-sugar sweets, high-protein snacks, and the latest addition to an organic cereal line. 

Atkins: Protein Chips

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Atkins recently released a new line of low-carb, better-for-you protein chips in Nacho Cheese and Ranch flavors. 

The chips contain 13 grams of protein, 4 grams of net carbs, and 4 grams of dietary fiber. Both varieties are available for $2.28 per bag. 

Maxine’s Heavenly: Crispy Cookies

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Maxine’s Heavenly launched its first products outside of its original line of soft-baked cookies — crispy cookies in Chocolate Chip and Cinnamon Speculoos Crunch varieties. 

The crispy cookies are clean-label, gluten-free, and vegan and are sweetened with organic coconut sugar and nectar. Both products have a suggested retail price of $6.99 per 6.3 oz box (12 cookies). 

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Cocomels added two new varieties to its lineup of low-sugar sweets. Sea Salt and Crispy varieties are the newest Cocomels Bites, each containing 100 calories and less than one gram of sugar per serving.

Both new products are also free of dairy and gluten, vegan and keto-friendly, and made without artificial ingredients. They’re crafted with high-quality 60% dark chocolate and sweetened with the all-natural sugar alternative allulose. 

Sea Salt and Crispy Bites are available for a suggested price of $5.99 per 3 oz bag online and through Sprouts Farmers Market stores, expanding to other retailers this year.  

Nature’s Path: Rhino Rolls

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Adding to its EnviroKidz breakfast lineup, Nature’s Path launched Rhino Rolls, a crunchy, cinnamon bun-flavored cereal.

Rhino Rolls are made with organic gluten-free whole oat and rice flour, sweetened with organic cane sugar, and flavored with cinnamon and vanilla. The new product doesn’t contain any artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives, but it does offer 18 grams of whole grains per serving. 

Consumers can purchase the cereal for $4.99 per 9.5 oz box online and at retailers nationwide.

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