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September 24, 2022

This week’s roundup features new products for snacking, baking and cooking, as well as plant-based chicken alternatives and a collection of flavored s’mores drinks.

West~bourne: Baking Mixes

West~bourne has announced two new additions to its line of zero-waste, gluten-free and additive-free baking mixes – House Muffin Mix and House Pie Crust Mix.

The new mixes are made with whole grain alternatives and feature the best-for-you benefits of protein, fiber and antioxidants. Both are available for $11 per bag through the brand’s website.

Pepsi: S’mores Collection

Pepsi closes out the summer with the launch of the limited edition Pepsi S’mores collection, with Toasty Marshmallow, Graham Cracker, and Chocolate flavors.

The new drinks are available in 7.5 oz. mini cans, making it easy for s’mores fans to mix and match to their taste.

Planters: New Packaging

Planters, a brand of Hormel Foods Corporation, announced its new and improved packaging, which uses 8% less plastic and is estimated to save 220 tons of plastic compared to the previous packaging.

The new peanut shape 16 oz. bottles are now hitting shelves across the country.

Kettle Brand: Buffalo Bleu Flavored Tailgate Edition

Kettle Brand has announced that it will be bringing back its Buffalo Bleu Flavored Tailgate Edition flavored chips.

The new snack is available for a limited time in major national retailers, priced at $6.29 for 12.5 oz. sack

Two Fish Distribution: Seafood Boil Bags

Two Fish Distribution is launching its new Seafood Boil Bags in three varieties – shrimp, crab legs, and a combo of shrimp and crab.

The new boil bags also include corn on the cob, whole red potatoes, and the brand’s famous “3 The Chi Way” sauce.

The price of the new products ranges from $19.99 to $22.99.

Jack & Annie’s: Jack Tenders and Patties

Alternative meat brand Jack & Annie’s has announced the addition of three new frozen food products made from jackfruit – Crispy Jack Patties, Buffalo Jack Patties and Crispy Gluten-Free Jack Tenders.

Jackfruit gives new plant-based alternative chicken products a meat-like texture. It is also a good source of fiber and protein, and is lower in fat and calories than meat products.

The new deals and offers are now available in grocers across the country.

Campbell Soup: FlavorUp!

FlavorUp!, Campbell Soup’s first major brand launch in six years, is here. The new line of cooking concentrates is launched in three varieties – Rich Garlic & Herb, Caramelized Onion & Burgundy wine, and salted mushrooms & Grass.

The new products support the rise of home cooking and are easy to squeeze into a variety of recipes.