Plant-based jerky dog treats, cold coffee creamers, and more are making their way to grocery store shelves this week. 

Clif Bar & Company: Plant Based Jerky Dog Treats

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Clif Bar & Company just released its first-ever line of CLIF PET Plant Based Jerky for dogs in three varieties — Sweet Potato & Blueberry Recipe, Pumpkin & Apple Recipe, and Butternut Squash & Cranberry Recipe. 

The jerky treats are made with plant protein, simple ingredients, and no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. 

The new products will be offered exclusively at Petco, available in 5 oz. bags ($8.99) and 12 oz. bags ($16.99). 

Ancient Harvest: Ancient Grain Power Blend

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Ancient Harvest added Ancient Grain Power Blend — a blend of quinoa, amaranth, teff, chia, buckwheat, and millet — to their line of side dish and pasta products. 

The new blend contains 6 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber per serving. 

Customers can pick up a 14.4 oz. package at Whole Foods stores nationwide for a suggested price of $7.99.

Califia Farms: Ice Café Mixers

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Califia Farms announced the launch of its Iced Café Mixers in Vanilla Sweet Crème and Caramel Crème varieties.

The dairy-free creamers are made with oat and almond milk and contain just 3 grams of sugar per serving. Like all Califia Farms’ products, Iced Café Mixers are vegan, Kosher, and Non-GMO Certified.

Designed for cold coffee beverages, the new products will be available in 25.4 oz. refrigerated bottles at nationwide grocery retailers, for a suggested retail price of $4.89. 

Sky Valley: Green Sriracha

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Adding to its condiments and sauces lineup, Sky Valley recently launched Green Sriracha — a plant-based, gluten-free Southeast Asian hot sauce featuring zesty lime, jalapeno pepper, and cilantro — to complement the brand’s Red Sriracha.

Both sriracha products are Non-GMO Project Verified and contain a gram or less of sugar and just 5 calories per serving.

Green Sriracha is now available at select grocery stores, while Red Sriracha is available at grocery retailers nationwide, both with a suggested price of $6.99 to $7.99. 

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