Popcorn seasoning brand Kernel Season’s, oat-based food brand Quaker Oats and squeezable applesauce company GoGo Squeez all announced new products to move beyond their legacy offerings, eating occasions and consumers.
Four years after its start, Siete Foods is ready to expand beyond tortillas and become a platform of better-for-you, Mexican-American products. At the Summer Fancy Food Show, CEO and co-founder Miguel Garza sat down with Project NOSH to discuss how he knew the company was prime for a year of growth and innovation.
For the next phase of its growth, Moon Cheese is launching new products and expanding its retail footprint to not only grow its own business, but also to illustrate REV’s commercial viability for potential global licensing partners with new ingredients beyond cheese.
Samantha Brands announced last week that it has launched its first product, fruit-based snack line Wildmade, as a sister brand to fruit and veggie snack line Veggie-Go’s.
The caffeinated, green tea-based snack brand announced today that it has rebranded, revised its product line from bars to bites and has further built out it’s ordering system.
The new Organic Cracker N’ Nut Butter snack bars could help the brand grow its grocery presence, too.
UNION is the product of Born Wild Brands, an incubation and advisory firm founded by entrepreneur and investor Zubin Mehta. Today Mehta announced the launch of this “whole earth” snack company that will have its first showing at this year’s Natural Products Expo West.
Sejoyia’s newest innovation, Coco-Thins, launched during the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco yesterday. It marks the first product since the company rebranded and narrowed its overall R&D focus to sweet snacking.
The brand will launch turmeric versions of their existing products, including its syrups, spreads, cooking sauces and gin-gins candies. Ginger People will also launch a new powdered turmeric latte mix.
The new healthy snack company, is the brain-child of two executives who are no strangers to big CPG. CEO Mike Senackerib previously served as CMO, Senior VP of Global Brands and Chief Strategy Officer at Campbell’s Soup Company while Chief Growth Officer Kay Allison advised large food companies as CEO and founder of market research firm The Energy Infuser.