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Food Manufacturers Launch Fun Snacks To Grab Customers’ Attention

March 21, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
American food manufacturers are releasing a variety of new, fun snack foods to meet the rising demand for snacking in the U.S. As customers are snacking more frequently, they are looking for new products, unexpected flavor combinations, on-the-go snacks, and affordable indulgences. Miniatures, brand partnerships and all-day breakfast formats are trending. Frito-Lay introduced fun-sized versions of Doritos, Cheetos and SunChips while Hostess has launched a new line of bite-sized Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Donettes. The popularity of co-branding has brought products like Reese's Dipped Animal Crackers, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bugles and Morningstar Farms' plant-based Chik'n Fries coated with Pringles. Cereals are transitioning into all-day snacks with products like CinnaFuego Toast Crunch snack mix, cereal-flavored popcorns and Lucky Charms S'mores.
Jennifer A. Kingson, "Fun foods proliferate as Americans snack more than ever", Axios.com, March 21, 2023, © Axios Media Inc.
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Tyrrells Launches New Tomato & Chilli Chutney Flavor

March 21, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
KP Snacks has launched a new Tomato & Chilli Chutney flavor from its premium potato chip brand Tyrrells. The new product extends the brand’s non-HFSS portfolio and will be available in Asda, Waitrose and Tesco. 
"KP snacks launches “Tyrrellbly Tyrrellbly tasty” new Tyrrells flavour", Grocery Trader, March 21, 2023, © Grandflame Ltd
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Kellogg’s UK Variety Packs To Become HFSS-Compliant

March 21, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Kellogg’s UK has removed boxes of Frosties from its Variety Packs due to the cereal’s high sugar content. The Frosties boxes will be replaced with more boxes of Coco Pops and Corn Flakes. Kellogg’s said the decision is part of its commitment to help consumers make healthier choices. The removal of Frosties also means the Variety Pack will become HFSS-compliant. 
Gill Hyslop , "Tony the Tiger bows out as Kellogg’s tailors Variety Packs - targeted at kids - to be HFSS-compliant", Bakery & Snacks , March 21, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Harvest Snaps Achieves Five Health Star Rating In Australia

March 20, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Harvest Snaps Baked Pea Crisps has achieved the Australian Five Health Star Rating for three flavors: Original Salted, Chilli and its new flavor Tomato Chutney. In addition to the improved health credentials and new flavor, Harvest Snaps has refreshed its packaging and launched bigger pack sizes. The changes will be supported by a multi-faceted marketing campaign titled Harvest SNAP Out Of It. The campaign will include social, outdoor retail, transit and META advertising, sampling, PR and collaborations with some of Australia’s favourite TikTok influencers.
Deborah Jackson, "Harvest Snaps boast new look and healthier Five Health Star Rating", Convenience & Impulse Retailing, March 20, 2023, © Convenience & Impulse Retailing Owned by C&I Media Pty. Ltd.
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Chipoys To Expand To UK

March 18, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
American rolled tortilla chip brand Chipoys is set to launch in the U.K. this April through imported goods supplier Envis Snacks. Chipoys will be available in Fire Red Hot and Chilli & Lime varieties in cases of eight 113.4g bags.
Jasper Hart, "American snack brand Chipoys set for UK launch through Envis Snacks", Better Retailing, March 18, 2023, © betterRetailing.com is part of Newtrade Media Limited
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Sea Monsters To Expand Into Sprouts

March 17, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Kid-friendly seaweed puff brand Sea Monsters is expanding into Sprouts stores starting from June. Sea Monsters are made from sorghum and seaweed and are available in Sour Cream & Onion, Cheese Pizza, Sweet Chili and Spicy Korean BBQ flavors. Each flavor features a different monster mascot, which aims to make the healthy snacks more approachable and fun for children. 
Ryan Daily, "Sea Monsters invade Expo West, Sprouts with seaweed, sorghum puffs", Food Navigator USA, March 17, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Kellogg Company Reveals Names For Global Snacking And North American Cereal Businesses Following Planned Separation

March 15, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Kellogg Company unveiled the names for the future companies it will create through its planned separation into two public companies focused on global snacking and North American cereal. The global snacking, international cereal and noodles, plant-based foods, and North American frozen breakfast business will be named Kellanova. The Kellanova logo features a modern font to emphasize innovation while retaining the iconic Kellogg Company ‘K’ to signal to its heritage. The North American cereal business will be named WK Kellogg Co and will feature a logo that utilizes the recognizable Kellogg’s script. The names will go into effect after the completion of the spin-offs, which the Kellogg Company hopes to be by the end of 2023. While the company names will change, the "Kellogg's" brand will remain on product packaging of both companies around the world. 
"KELLOGG COMPANY UNVEILS NAMES FOR GLOBAL SNACKING AND NORTH AMERICAN CEREAL BUSINESSES FOLLOWING PLANNED SEPARATION", Kellogg Company, March 15, 2023, © Kellogg Co.
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Rajdhani Foods Adds Healthy Cereals And Snacks To Product Portfolio

March 15, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Rajdhani Foods is expanding its product portfolio to include healthy breakfast cereals and snacks. The new range includes options like low-cholesterol Corn Flakes, trans-fat-free Choco Flakes, protein-rich Makhana, and bleach-free Sabudana. The products are made using fresh and hand-picked ingredients. The company plans to roll out the products in a phased manner starting with Delhi and other cities in northern India, eventually expanding to smaller cities and general stores in the coming years. 
"Rajdhani Besan Expands Product Portfolio with New Healthy Breakfast and Snacking Range", Indian Retailer, March 15, 2023, © Franchise India Holdings Ltd
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Start-Up Brutal Foods Launches With Chocho-Based Puffs

March 14, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
San Diego-based start-up Brutal Foods has developed a line of baked puffed snacks made from chocho, a South American bean also known as Andean lupin. Chocho is a nutritious, regenerative crop that is rich in protein, fiber, calcium and amino acids. The brand's puffs are also made with rice flour, avocado oil and cassava starch and come in Churro Extravaganza, Cheeky Cheeze and Créme de la Sour flavors. In the future, Brutal Foods is looking to use the bean in other applications, such as pasta.
Monica Watrous, "New snack startup highlights South American bean", Food Business News, March 14, 2023, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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The Protein Ball Co. Launches Keto Range

March 10, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
U.K. company The Protein Ball Co. has launched a new Keto Ball range in Peanut Butter Blondie, Salted Caramel Blondie and Classic Chocolate Brownie flavors. The low carb, low sugar range is also high in fiber and protein and made of 100 percent natural ingredients. The new Keto Balls will be available in convenient 25g grab-and-go bags in retailers nationwide.
Fiona Briggs, "The Protein Ball Co launches Keto Snack Range", Retail Times, March 10, 2023, © Retail Times
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Pure Protein Launches Popped Crisps

March 9, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Protein bar brand Pure Protein has launched Popped Crisps, a new line of savory snacks. Pure Protein’s Popped Crisps contain 12g of plant-based protein per serving and are available in two flavors: Hickory Barbecue and Sour Cream & Onion. To celebrate the launch, Pure Protein Popped Crisps are 20 percent off on Amazon throughout the month of March, sold in single-flavor and a two-flavor 12-count variety packs.
"Hold the Chips: Pure Protein™ Launches Savory Popped Crisps, a Better-for-You Savory Snacking Alternative", PRNewswire , March 09, 2023, © Cision US Inc
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Good Food Partners Launches Joy St Protein Puffs

March 9, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Australian food company Good Food Partners has unveiled Joy St, a new brand offering “guilt free” premium snacks. Joy St has launched with its vegan Protein Puffs made from 20 percent plant protein. The new Joy St Protein Puffs range is available at Woolworths stores nationally in three flavors: Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar, Smoked Salt and Sweet Chilli & Sour Cream. 
Lorna Gloria, "Good Food Partners launches ‘Joy St’ guilt free snacks", Retail World, March 09, 2023, © Retail Media
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Nakd Adds Two New Snackbar Ranges

March 9, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Snackbar brand Nakd is introducing two new ranges: Big Bars and Protein Bars. Big Bars are larger 45g versions of Nakd's standard 35g fruit and nut bars and will debut in two of the brand's best-selling flavors: Cocoa Orange and Blueberry Muffin. Nakd’s new Protein Bars contain dates, peanuts, and chicory fiber, adding up to 7g of protein per bar. The range will launch in three flavors: Cocoa Hazelnut, Peanut Butter and Caramel. Both are HFSS-compliant and will be available in U.K. retailers starting next month.
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Nakd adds duo of functional snackbar ranges", The Grocer, March 09, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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German Start-Up Wholey Receives $6.5 Million In Funding

March 8, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
German vegan breakfast food company Wholey has received $6.5 million as part of pre-Series A financing. Tengelmann Ventures has led the funding with backing from investors including Feast Ventures. Wholey is planning on using the funding to invest in product development, marketing and sales and to expand retail distribution in Europe. The start-up currently sells its plant-based smoothie bowls, granola, porridge and nut butters in seven European countries. 
Henry Mathieu, "German organic firm Wholey eyes Europe expansion through funding", just-food.com , March 08, 2023, © Verdict Media Limited
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Pirate’s Booty Launches Crunch Attack Variant

March 8, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Pirate’s Booty has launched Crunch Attack Great-White Cheddar Rice and Corn Puffs. Crunch Attack Puffs are taller and thinner than the brand’s classic puffs, offering a crunchier texture. The product is gluten-free, baked not fried, and free of artificial ingredients and preservatives. 
Giovanna Mengarelli, "Pirate’s Booty releases brand new Crunch Attack for all of your snack cravings", Guilty Eats, March 08, 2023, © Minute Media
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The Hershey Company Launches Vegan Hershey And Reese’s Products

March 8, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
The Hershey Company announced the nationwide launch of Hershey’s Plant Based Extra Creamy with Almonds and Sea Salt and the new addition of Reese’s Plant Based Peanut Butter Cups. The chocolates are made with oats instead of dairy milk. The company stated the plant-based snacks will be more expensive than its classic offerings but did not offer specific numbers. 
"The Hershey Company Showcases ‘Better-For-You’ Portfolio", Food Engineering, March 08, 2023, © BNP Media, Inc.
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Boundless Expands To Ocado, Asda & WHSmith Travel

March 6, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
UK-based ‘gut happy snacking’ start-up Boundless has expanded its distribution to Ocado, Asda, and WHSmith Travel. Alongside the expansion, Boundless has launched 25g grab-and-go ‘BOOST’ bags, 90g sharing bags and two new chip flavors: Smoky Bacon and Sour Cream & Onion. Boundless’s snacks are vegan, 100 percent natural and made from activated nuts and seeds to offer gut friendly fiber and nutrients.  
"Boundless announces new national listings and unveils raft of NPD as it brings gut happy snacking to the masses", Grocery Trader, March 06, 2023, © Grandflame Ltd
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Teenage Sisters Keeping Kellogg’s Accountable For Palm Oil Policy

March 5, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
British teenage sisters Asha and Jia Kirkpatrick have been campaigning to stop Kellogg’s and other industry players from using palm oil in their products. In 2020, the sisters’ actions convinced the company to change their palm oil policy. Kellogg’s set a goal of procuring 100 percent Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Physically Certified palm oil by the end of 2025. However, the sisters have expressed concern that the policy change is an empty promise. Later this month, the sisters and Kellogg’s Global Sustainable Sourcing Expert will be meeting to see what progress has been made and what more can be done.  
Kirsten Robertson, "Meet the teenage sisters taking on Kellogg’s over palm oil ’empty promises’", Metro.co.uk, March 05, 2023, © Associated Newspapers Limited
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Utz Expects Sales Growth In 2023 Following Strong Performance In 2022

March 3, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
The CEO of Utz Brands Inc. described fiscal year 2022 as one of “gradual recovery”. Net sales in fiscal 2022 increased 19 percent, climbing to $1.41 billion from $1.18 billion in 2021. In 2022, UTZ drove market share gains across the grocery channel and potato chips category. Utz expects continued growth in 2023 with total net sales projected to grow 3-5 percent and organic net sales 4-6 percent. To achieve these goals, Utz plans to expand distribution, increase marketing spend and invest in product innovation.  
Eric Schroeder, "Utz Brands building for the future", Food Business News, March 03, 2023, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Hostess Brands Study Shows Consumers Eat Both Indulgent & BFY Snacks

March 3, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Hostess Brands’ recent consumer study shows that indulgent and better-for-you snacks can be additive instead of competitive. According to the study, sales of indulgent snacks are growing 20 percent faster than healthy options. 74 percent consumers describe their eating approach as a “balance sheet” with room for sweet treats, and 80 percent of adults see sweet snacks as a reward during times of uncertainty.
Elizabeth Crawford , "Hostess Brands: Indulgent, better-for-you snacks are additive, not competitive as consumers adopt ‘this and that’ stance", Food Navigator USA, March 03, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Volupta Launches Airnuts

March 3, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Better-for-you snack and superfood ingredient company Volupta has launched Airnuts, a crunchy, airy snack made from peanuts, almonds and rice flour. Airnuts are gluten-free, oil-free, vegan and high in protein and fiber. The snack will be available in Himalayan Pink Salt, Chili, Onion & Cheese and Truffle flavors.  
"Volupta Launches a New Plant-based Snack: Airnuts", Nosh.com, March 03, 2023, © BevNET.com, Inc.
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Calbee To Invest $1Billion Over 3 years

March 1, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Japanese snack company Calbee will invest $1 billion in M&A, automation, equipment and facility upgrades to fortify its operations at home and overseas. North America and China have been identified as key markets the company will target to boost brand recognition. Calbee plans to spread the investment over the next three years to pursue growth and improve efficiency.  
Gill Hyslop , "Japanese snack giant to invest $1bn to boost growth in China and North America", Bakery and Snacks, March 01, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Baltimore-Based Granola Company Projects $15 Million In Revenue For 2023

March 1, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Baltimore-based handmade granola company Michele’s Granola is projecting $15 million in revenue for 2023. The company’s vegan, non-GMO granola is made of oats, nuts and seeds and is available in eight flavors, including Salted Maple Pecan, Cherry Chocolate, Ginger Hemp, and Lemon Pistachio. The company sells to 3,500 grocery stores across the United States, including Whole Foods, Giants, Krogers, The Fresh Markets, Sprouts and Wegmans.
Jane Marion, "How Micheles Granola Owner Michele Tsucalas Built National Granola Empire In Baltimore", Baltimore Magazine, March 01, 2023, © Rosebud Entertainment, LLC
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Hey! Chips To Expand To U.S. And Additional APAC Countries

March 1, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Singapore brand Hey! Chips is planning to expand into Malaysia, China, Maldives, Mauritius, Malta the United States. Hey! Chips adopts NASA’s food preparation method to dehydrate fruits and vegetables, which retains the produces’ nutrients and flavor.
Hui Ling Dang , "From niche to mainstream: Singapore brand taps healthy snacking trend with guilt-free chips", Food Navigator USA, March 01, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Arnott’s Extends Teeny Tiny Teddy Biscuits Into Breakfast Cereal

February 28, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Australian biscuit brand Arnott’s has turned its classic Teeny Tiny Teddy Biscuits into a breakfast cereal in the company’s first foray into the breakfast market. Teeny Tiny Teddy Cereal is gluten-free, high in fiber and whole grains, with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The cereal is available exclusively at Woolworths in Honey and Chocolate flavors. 
Kaycee Enerva, "Arnott’s turns Tiny Teddy into its first breakfast cereal", Inside FMCG AU, February 28, 2023, © Octomedia Pty Ltd
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European Granola Producer Reports Rising Demand For Gluten-Free Choices

February 24, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
European granola producer The Nuts and Dried Fruits Company (NDFC) has experienced a rising demand for its gluten-free granola. When the company expanded its production last year, it created a larger separate gluten-free facility to meet demand. NDFC has also experienced a decline in demand for organic granola. As consumers are looking to lower their costs, organic granola is no longer a priority. However, consumers seem more willing to accept a premium on gluten-free granola, mostly due to health and medical reasons. 
"NDFC realises double the surface area: "Partly due to rising demand for gluten-free granola, we had to adapt our production space"", FreshPlaza.com, February 24, 2023, © FreshPlaza.com
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Pringles Launches Multigrain Range Campaign

February 24, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Pringles has launched a new brand campaign, created by Grey London, to promote its healthier Multigrain range. The campaign features three friends sharing Pringles Multigrain chips and admiring a pet hamster, which performs electronic music with a keyboard and lightshow. The campaign’s tagline is ‘same, yet wonderfully different’ to appeal to consumers looking for new yet familiar eating experiences. In addition, hamster gig posters have been produced and fly posted across London and shared on social channels to tease the launch of the campaign. The spot will run across TV, video on demand channels and across social media in the UK until March 15th. 
Josie Shand, "Pringles launches new campaign to promote Multigrain range", Creativebrief , February 24, 2023, © Creativebrief UK Limited
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Skinni Snacks Working To Launch In UK

February 22, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
After experiencing success in UAE and South Africa, U.K.-based start-up Skinni Snax is directing its efforts towards launching in its home country. Skinny Snax sells double baked chickpea and soya biscuit balls in a variety of flavors. The start-up is also getting ready to launch its new brand, Amaizing, an extruded maize snack. 
Emily Moore, "I wish that, when I was setting up Skinni Snax, I had met someone like me", Jersey Evening Post, February 22, 2023, © Jersey Evening Post
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US Baked Chip Company Temole Expands To Dubai

February 22, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Baked chip company Temole is expanding to Dubai in the hope of establishing a following in the wider Middle Eastern region. Temole has already expanded its almond chips, avocado chips, pomegranate chips, broccoli puffs, and cauliflower puffs to countries within the Asian Pacific region, including Japan, Australia, and Singapore. 
Pearly Neo , "Trendsetting central: Dubai key market for healthy snacking products to capture Middle East – Temole", Food Navigator , February 22, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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The Daily Crave Debuts Read-To-Eat Crunchy Fries

February 22, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Lentil chip brand The Daily Crave is set to introduce its latest innovation, Crunchy Fries To-Go, at Natural Products EXPO West. The Daily Crave’s Crunchy Fries are made with non-GMO potatoes and will be available in two flavors: Himalayan Pink Salt and Taco Dil-licious. Unlike frozen french fries, The Daily Crave’s Crunchy Fries do not require an oven and can just be warmed up in a microwave. 
Taylor Phang, "The Daily Crave Launches Ready-to-Eat Crunchy Fries To-Go", Specialty Food Association, February 22, 2023, © Specialty Food Association, Inc
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Food Companies Criticize FDA For New Guidelines On Definition Of “Healthy”

February 21, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Major food companies and associations are criticizing the FDA for its attempt to change its definition of ‘healthy’ foods. In September 2022, the FDA proposed new guidelines of what foods can be labelled as ‘healthy’, claiming foods would have to include a certain amount of key nutritious ingredients, like fruits and vegetables, and have little added sugar, sodium and saturated fat. Companies including Conagra and Chobani argue they could not follow the FDA’s new guidelines without sacrificing product quality and taste, thus alienating consumers. The Consumer Brands Association, which represents packaged food corporations like Hostess, Mondelēz, General Mills, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola, has implied it may sue to the FDA. In a lengthy, 54-page comment, the group says that the regulation infringes on food companies’ First Amendment rights. The association even argues that the FDA may not have the legal authority to set such a strict limit on added sugar “given the lack of scientific consensus on the relationship between sugar intake and diet-related disease.” The Consumer Brands Association has pitched its own alternative framework that would make it easier for foods to qualify as healthy. 
Nicholas Florko, "Cereal, pasta, and other food companies blast the FDA for a too-strict definition of ‘healthy’", STAT.com, February 21, 2023, © STAT
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Consumers To Continue Snacking In 2023

February 20, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
This year’s “What’s Trending in Nutrition” survey from Pollock Communications and the publication Today’s Dietitian, included responses from 757 registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) regarding what they believe consumers will value in 2023. The RDNs predicted that consumers will still be snacking as much as they were over the past two year due to boredom, comfort and working from home. They also predicted the leading ingredients that may be perceived as “superfoods” for the year, including ancient grains, aquatic greens, blueberries, fermented foods, leaf greens, nuts and seeds.
Donna Berry, "Healthy snack innovation accelerating", Food Business News, February 20, 2023, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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ELEAT Launches High Protein And Fiber Cereal

February 16, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
UK-based startup ELEAT has started sending its better-for-you cereal to the 1,000+ consumers who signed up for pre-launch access. The vegan, gluten-free cereal contains 13g of protein, 10g of gut-friendly fiber, and 1g or sugar in each 50g serving. ELEAT’s cereal is available in resealable 250g pouches and 50g single-serve packs in four flavours: Chocolate Triumph, Cinnamon Sensation, Strawberry Blitz and Vanilla Thriller. The cereal is available to buy on its website as a one-off purchase or on a subscription model basis that saves customers 15 percent on normal prices. Over the coming year, ELEAT plans to raise equity, break into retail and diversify its product portfolio. 
"University friends create new nutrient-packed cereal", SME Web, February 16, 2023, © SME Magazine
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Cheddies Emphasizes Regenerative Farming With Its Cheese Crackers

February 16, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Cheddies uses 100 percent fresh regenerative cheddar to make its seven ingredient cheese crackers. The crackers are certified humane, non-GMO and regenerative, with 6g of protein and 130 calories per serving. The cheese crackers are available in Classic Sea Salt, Spicy Cheddar and White Cheddar varieties. Cheddies are available nationwide at Sprouts Farmers Market and select H-E-B locations for an SRP of $5.99.
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Kettle Brand Releases Air Fried Chips

February 16, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Campbell Snacks-owned Kettle Brand has unveiled what it claims to be the first-to-market Air Fried Chips. The chips are made with a patent-pending technology that includes a kettle-cook and air fry-finish, resulting in 30 percent less fat than Kettle’s original range. Kettle Brand Air Fried Chips are rolling out in retail across the U.S. in three flavors: Himalayan Salt, Sea Salt & Vinegar,and Jalapeno. 
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MorningStar Farms Announces Pringles-Flavored Chick-n Fries

February 15, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Kellogg’s-owned MorningStar Farms is releasing new plant-based Chick’n Fries that are flavored with Pringles potato crisps. The soy-based frozen Chik’n Fries contain 9g of protein per serving and come in two Pringles flavors - Original and Scorchin’ Cheddar Cheeze. Chik’n Fries Pringles Original will be available in March while the Scorchin’ Cheddar Cheeze will be coming in the fall.
Deb Kiner , "These new plant-based ‘chik’n’ fries are flavored with Pringles potato crisps", pennlive.com, February 15, 2023, © Advance Local Media LLC
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Jackson’s To Launch New Sweet Potato Chip Flavors

February 14, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Campbell Snacks-owned Kettle Brand has unveiled what it claims to be the first-to-market Air Fried Chips. The chips are made with a patent-pending technology that includes a kettle-cook and air fry-finish, resulting in 30 percent less fat than Kettle’s original range. Kettle Brand Air Fried Chips are rolling out in retail across the U.S. in three flavors: Himalayan Salt, Sea Salt & Vinegar,and Jalapeno. 
Jenni Spinner, "Jackson’s better-for-you chips started off as a family affair", Snack and Bakery, February 14, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Euromonitor International Outlines 5 Key Snack Trends In 2023

February 14, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Euromonitor International has identified five key snack trends set to shape the market in 2023. Firstly, snacks will increasingly be seen as a staple in the pantry. This is a result of persistent habits picked up from prior years, such as worries of product availability during the pandemic and new concerns over costs that are pushing consumers to further pre-plan snack purchases among their groceries. Snacks are also an increasingly important part of consumer’s daily eating patterns through expanded occasions, functions, and access. It also predicts the channels that consumers purchase snacks from will change. The growth of snack sales through budget-friendly retail channels, such as discounters and warehouse clubs, has seen share growth over the past few years. E-commerce also captured more than two percentage points in channel share gain from 2019 to 2022, reaching nearly 6 percent of all snacks sales globally. Euromonitor is sees a deepening of category strategies to realize growth expectations amidst economic headwinds. Brand leverage, strategic partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions are some activities expected.  Healthy snacking will continue to be a priority amongst customers amidst new regulations. Fortified, free from, less processed and fiber-filled varieties will particularly be popular, among others. And snacks delivering on nostalgia or needed distractions will also see an uptick in popularity. Holiday and celebratory occasions for snacking will be crucial in maintaining positive momentum in the industry. Snack formulators can expect novel sensorial appeal, attractive formats and indulgence will play a large part in how some consumers cope with rising prices and stressful times ahead.
Carl Quash, "Five Key Snack Trends to Track in 2023", Euromonitor , February 14, 2023, © Euromonitor International Ltd
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Pure Organic Launches Baked Cheese & Veggie Crackers

February 13, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Pure Organic has launched its Baked Cheese & Veggie Crackers. Made with 100 percent real cheese and hidden veggies, such as carrots and mushrooms, the crackers are available in three flavors: Double Cheddar, Garden Ranch and Parmesan Garlic. Pure Organic’s Baked Cheese & Veggie Crackers are available on its brand website and in-store at retailers including Target, CVS, Walmart and Whole Foods. 
Jenni Spinner, "Pure Organic cracks into new snack territory with latest product", Snack and Bakery, February 13, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Unbound Snacks Launches With Flavored Walnuts

February 13, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Sutter Foods has debuted its new brand Unbound Snacks with the launch of its Roasted Walnuts. Unbound Snacks’ Walnuts come in five flavors: Original, Sea Salt & Pepper, Roasted Cinnamon, Butter Toffee and Chili Lime. The product is positioned as a nutritious, satiating snack rich in fiber, protein and essential fatty acids. 
Michael Hemsworth, "Unbound Snacks Walnuts Come in Five Flavors", TREND HUNTER , February 13, 2023, © TREND HUNTER Inc.
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4700BC Launches Corn Chips+

February 11, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Indian premium snacking brand 4700BC has expanded its snacking portfolio with the launch of Corn Chips+, made with 100 percent non-GMO corn, using a unique popping process to create a light and crunchy texture that is nearly 60 percent lower in fat than traditional potato chips. The launch is supported by a digital ad that positions the snack as the ‘Future of Chips.’ 
Sujata, "4700BC extends its Snacking Portfolio; Launches Corn Chips+, the Future of Chips", Content Media Solutions, February 11, 2023, © Business News This Week
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Griffin’s Acquires Proper Crisps

February 10, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
New Zealand biscuit brand Griffin’s has acquired Proper Crisps. Griffin’s made an initial investment in the company in 2017 and has now bought the remaining shares from co-owners Ned and Mina Smith. Proper will continue to run as a separate company, with “business as usual” for staff and operations. 
Amy Ridout, "Biscuit giant snaps up Nelson crisp company", stuff.co.nz , February 10, 2023, © Stuff Limited
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Sea Monsters Brings Seaweed To American Kids

February 8, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
US-based start-up Sea Monsters aims to make seaweed more palatable to kids with its Seaweed Puffs. The gluten-free, non-GMO snack combines carbon-negative sorghum with regenerative seaweed to create an environmentally sustainable product. The puffs are available in four flavors: Sour Cream & Onion, Cheese Pizza, Sweet Chilli and Spicy Korean BBQ. In 2023, Sea Monsters plans to expand its retail presence and product line. 
Melaina Juntti, "Sea Monsters: Bringing seaweed snacks to American kids", New Hope Network, February 08, 2023, © Informa Markets
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Naera To Launch Fish Jerky Crunch

February 8, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Icelandic snacking company Responsible Foods will be launching Fish Jerky Crunch under its Naera brand. The snack is produced by drying locally and sustainably harvested fish with EnWave Corporation’s patented Radiant Energy Vacuum (“REV”) technology. Rich in protein, omega-3, calcium and vitamin B-12, the snack will launch in several flavors including Cheesy Chili and Buttery Herb. 
"EnWave Royalty-Partner Plans Launch of New Seafood Snack Product Line in 2023", GLOBE NEWSWIRE , February 08, 2023, © GlobeNewswire, Inc.
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The Howe Company Acquires BFY Snack Company Mister Snacks

February 6, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
U.S. confectioner The Howe Company has acquired healthy snacks business Mister Snacks. Mister Snacks primarily sells its products under the Sunbird Snacks and Stone Mountain Snacks brands in wholesalers and gift shops. Through the acquisition, The Howe Company hopes to expand its distribution and its nut and nut mix business. 
Henry Mathieu, "US confectioner The Howe Company buys local peer Mister Snacks", Just Food, February 06, 2023, © Verdict Media Limited
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ProV Foods Launches Affordable On-The-Go Line ProV Minis

February 6, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Indian dried fruits and snack brand ProV Foods has launched ProV Minis, a range of on-the-go 18g packs of flavored nuts. At 20 rupees a pack, ProV Foods hopes the affordable price point will persuade consumers to choose its product over unhealthier options. ProV Minis are available to purchase at modern trade stores and online on its website.
Hui Ling Dang , "‘Huge growth potential’: India’s ProV Foods seeks to combine affordability and health benefits to gain snack market share", Food Navigator Asia, February 06, 2023, © William Reed Ltd
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Post Debuts Honey Bunches Of Oats Granola Chips

February 3, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Post Consumer Brands has launched Honey Bunches of Oats Granola Chips in Honey Roasted and Blueberry varieties. The chips are marketed as an on-the-go snacking option made to be eaten alone or topped with yogurt or nut butter. Both granola chip flavors are available now in 6-oz bags at select retailers nationwide.
Gloria Cowdin, "Post Consumer Brands debuts granola chips", Food Business News, February 03, 2023, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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good2grow Enters Food Category With Snackers Crackers

February 2, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Child beverage company good2grow has announced the launch of Snackers, its first entry into the food category. Snackers are single-serve cups of baked oat and wheat crackers available in two flavors, Cinnamon and Chocolate. Like good2grow’s beverage portfolio, Snackers include collectable licensed character tops from companies including Disney, Nickelodeon, and Hasbro. Snackers are available at select regional retailers including Meijer, GIANT and Stop & Shop, with national distribution slated for spring 2023.
"good2grow® enters food category with Snackers launch", Business Wire, February 02, 2023, © Business Wire
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Snac Atac Debuts Lentil Twisters

February 1, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Indian snack brand Snac Atac has launched its Lentil Twisters, made with lentils, corn, and potatoes. With 0% trans fat, Lentil Twisters area available in three flavors: Chaat, Thai Sweet Chilli and BBQ.
"New Year, New Launches At Snac Atac", Outlook India, February 01, 2023, © Outlook Publishing (India) Pvt. Ltd.
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Kellogg’s Sees Promotion In India Pay Off

February 1, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
Kellogg’s has doubled its penetration in the Indian muesli and granola category over the past two years, now enjoying a market share of more than 70 percent by value. To achieve this growth, Kellogg’s has worked to change India’s engrained and diverse breakfast habits through educating local consumers about its healthy breakfast options, including corn flakes, chocos, muesli and oats. It has also targeted consumers with busy lifestyles, positioning its offerings as solid, nutritious breakfast options that are quick to prepare. Kellogg's efforts have led to rapid consumer adoption of the category, which it aims to continue building.
Amit Bapna, "How Kellogg’s plans to overhaul breakfast in India", The Drum, February 01, 2023, © Carnyx Group Limited
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