Tasty dressings and dips, fiber- and protein-packed quick meals, and a beverage from the future are in this week’s roundup of new food and beverage products.
Coca-Cola: Y3000 Zero Sugar
Coca-Cola released a limited-edition Y3000 Zero Sugar flavor this week, the first flavor created in partnership with AI. The launch also features an AI-powered glimpse at what the year 3000 might look like, accessed by scanning the Y3000 can.
Y3000 draws from human and AI insights to capture how fans imagine the future with its unique taste and packaging design. The new beverage will be available in select markets around the world, with a full-sugar version available in the U.S. and Canada.
Primal Kitchen: Poppyseed Dressing & Marinade
Primal Kitchen announced its latest condiment — Poppyseed Dressing & Marinade, a premium vegan dressing made with avocado oil and without artificial sweeteners, dairy, or soy.
The new dressing will be arriving at Whole Foods stores this month, priced at $8.99 per bottle.
Daisy: Sour Cream Dips
Daisy introduced its new Sour Cream Dips in French Onion and Creamy Ranch varieties, bringing a blend of herbs and spices to the brand’s fan-favorite sour cream.
The new dips are made with clean, high-quality ingredients and without thickeners, stabilizers, preservatives, added MSG, or non-dairy allergens.
Sour Cream Dips are now available at select national and regional retailers.
Ben’s Original: 10 Medley
Ben’s Original, a brand of Mars, announced its latest innovation — Ben’s Original 10 Medley in Chinese Style Five Spice, Smoky Southwest, Caribbean Style, and Tomato & Herbs varieties.
The new line is named for its blend of 10 hearty grains, vegetables, legumes, and herbs. Each ready-to-heat pouch contains at least 10 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein.
10 Medley can be found at major retailers nationwide.