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Allergy-friendly treats, a new functional tea line, and a sustainably-grown lettuce wrap kit are among this week’s new food and beverage products.

Fully Charged: Cinnamon Churro Donut Drops

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Cinnamon Churro Donut Drops are the latest treat from Fully Charged Allergy Friendly Snacks

Like the brand’s other products, the new donut drops are free of the top 12 allergens. They’re made with organic ingredients, flavored with vanilla and cinnamon, and are gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, and kosher-friendly.  

Cinnamon Churro Donut Drops are available for purchase through the brand’s website, priced at $6.00 per 3.39-oz. pack. Each pack contains six donut drops.

Local Bounti: Asian Style Chicken Lettuce Wrap Kit

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U.S. indoor agriculture company Local Bounti announced the release of its latest product — Asian Style Chicken Lettuce Wrap Kit. 

Pairing Local Bounti’s sustainably greenhouse-grown butter lettuce with a chef-inspired chicken and veggie blend in stir fry sauce, the kit takes just five minutes to prepare and contains 120 calories per serving. 

The Asian Style Chicken Lettuce Wrap Kit is launching this month at 194 Sprouts Farmers Markets locations in California and Arizona, with expansion to other retail locations to come. 

Mars: New Ice Cream Products

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Mars is expanding its ice cream portfolio with the launch of three new products:

  • M&M’S Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches, available in singles and in packs of four 
  • DOVE Mini Sticks Vanilla Ice Cream with Dark Chocolate and Almonds, available in packs of six 
  • TWIX Cookie Dough Ice Cream, available in 16 fl. oz. pints

The new products are currently rolling out to store shelves and will be available nationwide by March.

The RYL Company: Functional Tea Line

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The RYL Company is making its debut this month with four flavors of functional tea —  Original Green Tea, Peach Black Tea, Raspberry Black Tea, and Lemon Black Tea. 

The teas are made with the RYL Company’s proprietary “Ryl Polyphenol Technology,” which delivers 200 mg of tea polyphenols consistently to each can. The line offers the taste of nostalgic iced tea with the health benefits of homemade steeped tea but without sugar, calories, or artificial ingredients. The products are also Non-GMO Project Verified, OU Kosher, gluten-free, and plant-based.

The functional tea line will roll out to Northeastern U.S. in Wegmans and select Whole Foods Market stores, with additional store launches coming soon. Products can also be purchased through the brand’s website. 

Pure Organic: Baked Crackers

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Pure Organic announced the launch of its Pure Organic Baked Crackers in three varieties — Double Cheddar, Parmesan Garlic, and Garden Ranch.

The new baked crackers are made with 100% real cheese and veggies and are a good source of vitamin D. 

Consumers can find them at Kroger’s nationwide for a suggested price of $4.49 per box.

Bobo’s: Real Food Protein Bar Line

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Bobo’s is kicking off a new real food protein bar line with two flavors — Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter and Double Chocolate Almond Butter. 

Each 2.2-oz. protein bar contains 15 grams of protein, is made with simple ingredients like peanut butter, chocolate chips, and coconut oil, and is naturally sweetened with dates and honey. The new line is also verified non-GMO, certified gluten-free, and kosher.

Both flavors are now available for purchase through the brand’s website and through Amazon, with prices starting at $29.88 per 12-pack.

Ben & Jerry’s: Oatmeal Dream Pie

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Ben & Jerry’s first flavor of 2023 is Oatmeal Dream Pie, a mix of oatmeal crème pie non-dairy frozen dessert, gluten-free oatmeal cookies from allergy-friendly food company Partake, and marshmallow swirls. 

The new treat is certified vegan and will be rolling out to stores across the country for a suggested price of $5.99 to $6.49 per pint.

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