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New Snack Launches In UK

April 7, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Proper Snacks has rolled out a Properchips multipack range, following its launch in both sharing and singles formats. The launch is motivated by the growing multipack market as more customers are traveling again and looking for healthier, on-the-go snacking options. The multipacks are available in two flavors - Salt & Vinegar and Barbecue – and contain under 70 calories per pack. They are currently available in Ocado, ASDA, Tesco, Morrisons and Waitrose, retailing at £1.79 for five 14 gram bags.  In addition, Fairfields Farm has completed its transition to a fully plant-based range with the vegan reformulation of its Cheese & Onion chips. The transition to an all-vegan brand follows the increased demand for plant-based snacks and Fairfield’s successful vegan Bacon & Tomato and Rib of Beef flavors. The company is initially launching its reformulated Cheese & Onion chips in 40 gram bags, with a sharing 150 gram pack to follow in May. The product will be sold in the East of England Co-op, independent retailers nationwide, and Fairfields Farm’s online website for carbon neutral delivery. 
Gill Hyslop, "What's trending in 2022: KIND releases 'its tastiest protein bar yet', Just Desserts ramps up indulgence and AirSnax bursts onto the UK scene", BakeryAndSnacks.com, April 07, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Tayto Reformulates Brands And Launches New Non-HFSS Snacks

April 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Northern Irish chip manufacturer Tayto Group is reformulating its brands and launching new non-HFSS snacks. It will reformulate two non-HFSS Golden Wonder products next month and will release new line 'Ringos Puffs' in BBQ and Sweet Chilli flavors. Tayto will also reformulate its other snacks including Spicy Bikers and Tangy Toms before the end of the year. 
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Tayto reformulates brands and launches new non-HFSS snacks ahead of clampdowns", thegrocer.co.uk, April 06, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Valeo Makes Upmarket Tortilla Brand Manomasa Non-HFSS

April 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Valeo Snackfoods has reformulated core lines of its upmarket tortilla brand Manomasa to make them non-HFSS. The reformulated lines are expected to launch later this year. It follows a series of moves from Valeo to make its products non-HFSS compliant, including fully reformulating its Metcalfe popcorn line and launching a new bread snacks line via its Kettle Foods brand. Valeo’s marketing director Russell Tanner hinted that more non-HFSS snacks are to come from the company. 
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Valeo reformulates upmarket tortilla brand Manomasa to be non-HFSS", thegrocer.co.uk, April 06, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Mondelez’s Snacking Future

April 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
According to Mondelez SnackFutures VP, Brigette Wolf, consumers are looking for healthy and diverse snacking options. During COVID, Mondelez saw sales in its core business of cookies and crackers rise as customers sought out familiar comfort foods. Wolf finds that customers are now looking to expand their snacking routines and discover new brands and products. COVID also contributed to the already growing trend of healthy snacking as consumers became more conscious of their wellbeing and immunity. To better tap into emerging snack trends, Mondelez launched its innovation arm SnackFutures in 2018. Since its launch, SnackFutures has developed new in-house brands (Dirt Kitchen Snacks, CaPao) and invested in others (Uplift Food, Hu). Last year it started CoLab, a startup program for early-stage, mission-driven brands that helps build start-ups by connecting them with internal and external resources at Mondelez. This year’s class include Popcorn for the People, Moonshot, Yolélé and Nunbelievable. 
Mary Ellen Shoup, "Mondelez SnackFutures VP talks future of snacking: 'I think COVID shocked our systems in a lot of ways'", FoodNavigator-USA.com, April 06, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Master Food Lab Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

April 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Master Food Lab, contract manufacturer of healthy snacks, announced the launch of their equity crowdfunding campaign via the StartEngine platform. This crowdfunding campaign will offer an opportunity for investors to buy direct ownership in the company. The growth capital round will provide Master Food Lab with the resources to increase factory footprint, add machinery, hire more employees and increase production output. Master Food Lab currently produces products for brands with distribution in stores such as Walmart and Big Lots. Its products include snacks such as cookies, brownies, spreads and edible cookie dough.
"Master Food Lab Announces Launch Of Crowdfunding Campaign Via Startengine", PR Newswire, April 06, 2022, © Cision US Inc.
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Kestrel Foods Acquires Vegan Granola Brand Just Live A Little

April 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Plant-based snacks manufacturer Kestrel Foods has acquired vegan and non-HFSS granola brand Just Live a Little. The brand sells granola, trail mix and granola bars in UK retailers Waitrose, Ocado and Tesco. Kestrel Foods already owns vegan granola and snacks brand Acti-Snack, along with its dried fruit and nuts brand, Forest Feast. Kestrel Foods said the deal would expand upon Kestrel Foods’ portfolio and is a step toward the company’s "ongoing commitment to becoming an innovative leader in the plant-based snacking market."
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Kestrel Foods acquires vegan granola brand Just Live a Little", The Grocer, April 06, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Popchips Announces Brand Overhaul

April 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
BFY snack brand Popchips has announced a complete brand overhaul, including updated packaging design and the debut of two new flavors. Popchips’ brand update follows better consumer understanding from in-depth market research. Its new packaging is bolder and more modern and includes playful typography and bright colors on a black backdrop. Popchips’ two new flavors, Fiery Buffalo and Fully Loaded, were inspired by consumer demand for exciting and flavorful healthy snacks. The new flavors are currently available online at Popchips.com, Amazon, and Kroger stores nationwide.
"Salty Snack Brand Popchips overhauls its branding and launches new flavours", PotatoPro , April 06, 2022, © Food Innovation Online Corp./PotatoPro
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Walkers’ New Non-HFSS Plan Receives Backlash From Fans

April 5, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Walkers has followed in other brands’ footsteps by releasing plans to introduce non-HFSS alternatives ahead of UK government restrictions. Walkers states it will change its Walkers Baked, Doritos Dippers and Popworks products so they are not considered HFSS. The company also plans to invest £35 million over the next three years into healthier product lines. This will include developing new products as well as reformulating some of its existing ranges. Walkers aims to make at least half of its sales from non-HFSS or low-calorie snacks by 2025, but alterations to its iconic products risk upsetting its loyal fanbase. In the wake of Walkers’ new launch of its '45 per cent less salt' chip range, fans have taken to Twitter to describe the alternatives as ‘terrible’ and ‘rubbish.’ Other fans have pledged to not buy the low-salt alternative and instead buy ‘proper’ chips. Despite this backlash, Walkers claimed the new non HFSS range has performed strongly in consumer taste testing.
James Robinson, "Walkers changes recipes of Doritos Dippers, Baked, AND Popworks to slash salt, fat and sugar - but devastated fans say they want 'proper crisps' and slam 'terrible' healthy new flavours", Daily Mail Online, April 05, 2022, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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India’s Breakfast Food Brand Mamafeast Is Growing

April 3, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
In December 2020, Indian retail sales and execution company NextGApex released Mamafeast, a range of healthy yet affordable breakfast foods made in India. The brand currently sells cornflakes, fruit & nut muesli, peanut butter and hazelnut chocolate spread that are all vegan and gluten-free. Mamafeast was created to increase the accessibility of breakfast products made in India within the country’s growing, yet Western-dominated, breakfast cereals market. Its products are currently available in over 30 towns, 25,000 stores and online retailers such as Amazon.com, Flipkart.com and Snapdeal.com. NextGApex is planning to expand the range to over 200 towns and 100,000 stores by the end of 2023. 
"NextGApex launches made-in-India breakfast range brand ‘Mamafeast’ to provide nutrition within budget", APNNEWS, April 03, 2022, © APNNEWS
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India’s Innovative Healthy Snacking Brand Snackible

April 2, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Health snack company Snackible was founded in 2015 with an aim to make healthy snacking more accessible and appealing in India. Snackible offers over 75 products as well as gift and subscription boxes of its products. Its snacks are inspired by both Indian flavors and Western health trends and ingredients. Popular products include Jowar Cheese Puffs, Bombay Chaast Makhana, Pizza Sticks, Energy Bars and Coffee Cookies. Some of Snackible’s new launches include Dosa Khakra (Ragi-based crispy dosa disks) and Crackling Nuts (Nuts coated in rice flour and flavoring). Although the majority of Snackible’s sales come from its website, its products are also available on other online stores and in 2,500 retail stores in 28 cities. Snackible is backed by key investors, including angel funds, syndicates and HNIs. It is also in talks to raise an institutional round of Series A funding by Q2FY23. These funds will be invested to build Snackible into an omni-channel FMCG brand, expand physical footprint across the country, invest in R&D and also start exports.
"Mu(n)ch Better with Snackible- India’s leading healthy snacking brand", APNNEWS, April 02, 2022, © APNNEWS
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The Potential Of Pulses In Snack Products

April 1, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
According to the marketing director of food solution company ADM, John Powers, adding pulses to snack products can be an effective way for brands to attract health-conscious consumers. Pulses such as beans, lentils and chickpeas offer high nutritional value compared to cereal grain such as wheat, rice and oats. Pulses are also a good source of protein, fiber, calcium and minerals and are also filling.  In addition, pulses can contribute to the sensory experience of a snack as they add different textural, flavor and color profiles. Furthermore, as a natural ingredient, they give customers the illusion of being ‘closer to nature.’ However, pulses do come with difficulties such as choosing the right type of bean and bean-to-water ratio to use to achieve the desired function and texture. 
Sebastian Krawiec, "Healthy Snacks: Pulse ingredients create a healthy halo", Nutritional Outlook, Volume 25, Issue 2, April 01, 2022, © MJH Life Sciences
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Jonas Brothers’ New Popcorn And Other Celebrity Vegan Snack Brands

April 1, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
This week, pop rock band the Jonas Brothers launched Rob’s Backstage Popcorn at 2,800 Walmart stores nationwide. The savory and sweet vegan popcorn is marketed as ‘the Jonas Brothers’ favorite backstage snack.’ The brand was created by the three Jonas Brothers, consumer good business The Naked Market, and family friend Rob Garbowsky, who introduced the brothers to his popcorn in 2011 during rehearsals and performances. The brothers decided to introduce it to fans in 2021 during the Jonas Brothers’ Remember This Tour until they decided to bring it consumers nationwide with Walmart. Rob’s Backstage Popcorn joins a growing range of celebrity founded vegan products. Last year, Hall of Fame basketball player Scottie Pippen co-founded popcorn brand Husk, which sells organic and all-natural popcorn in six. Vegan snack brands are also drawing celebrity investment. In 2017, Leonardo DiCaprio invested an undisclosed amount into chickpea-based snack brand HIPPEAS, and he has since invested in other environmentally friendly food products. Outstanding Foods has received investments from celebrities such as musical artist Snoop Dogg, actress Daniella Monet, and NBA player Javale McGee. The brand is known for its PigOut Pigless Pork Rinds and has recently launched its vegan Outstanding Cheese Balls. 
Anna Starostinetskaya, "The Jonas Brothers Bring Their Favorite Backstage Vegan Snack To 2,800 Walmart Stores", Veg News, April 01, 2022, © Fresh Healthy Media, LLC
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Harvest Snaps Rebrands With New Packaging

April 1, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Calbee America Inc. is refreshing its Harvest Snaps brand with a more modern packaging design.  Its new packaging design is similar to its old packaging, but has been simplified and features an updated, prominent logo. Its rebranding also includes unifying its sub-brands such as Crunchy Loops. Harvest Snaps is known for its Baked Green Pea Snacks and its other baked snacks from beans and lentils. 
"Harvest Snaps Rebrands Veggie Snacks With New Packaging", The Shelby Report, April 01, 2022, © The Shelby Report
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12 Tides Launches Kelp Chips To Conserve Oceans

March 31, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
San Francisco-based start-up and B Corp, 12 Tides, has launched with its Puffed Kelp Chips. The vegan, gluten-free snack is positioned as healthy and environmentally sustainable and comes in three flavors: Sea Salt, Chili Pepper and Everything. 12 Tides developed its kelp-based chips to improve the food system’s impact on the oceans and make use of regenerative resources. Kelp requires no pesticides, fertilizers, land, or freshwater and positively impacts the ocean by removing excess CO2 and restoring its ecosystem. Furthermore, it is high in vitamins, minerals, omega-3s and antioxidants.  All kelp used in 12 Tides’ products is locally sourced from regenerative ocean farms in Frenchman Bay, Maine. To align with its eco-conscious values, the Kelp Chips are packaged in plastic-free, industrially compostable materials, and the company donates one percent of all sales to SeaTrees, an organisation that helps conserve oceans, including through the reforestation of Californian kelp. 
Amy Buxton , "This San Francisco Startup Thinks Kelp Puffs Are A Nutritious Weapon Against Climate Change", Green Queen, March 31, 2022, © Green Queen
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Start-up Bean Thinkin’ Launches Bean Puffs

March 31, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Chattanooga startup Bean Thinkin’ has recently launched with its navy bean-based snack puffs. The bean puffs are marketed as a healthier and more nutritious alternative to corn or potato-based snacks, with 4g of protein and 4g of fiber in every 4oz bag. 4 bags retail for $17 on its website and are available in three flavors: Smokey’s Chipotle, Silky & Smooth White Cheddar, and Friggin’ Hot Cheddar. 
"Been There, Done That: Bean Thinkin’ founder cooks up healthier snack foods", Darik News West Virginia, March 31, 2022, © darik.news/westvirginia
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SunRidge Farms Bulk Sells Organic Snacks

March 31, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
SunRidge Farms is a large-scale manufacturer and distributor of organic and natural foods based in Monterey County, California. Its products include nuts, dried fruit, candies, chocolates and trail mix. SunRidge Farms started selling its products in bulk, but has since expanded to packaged consumer products, which have seen increased popularity since the pandemic. However, it is advocating for more bulk sales due to its commitment to reducing waste. Its products can be found in over 10,000 retailers and health food stores across the country.  
Magnum Hermosa, "A North Monterey County trail blending company is making large-scale organic snacks", deleciousfood.com, March 31, 2022, © deleciousfood.com
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Journalist Criticizes Kellogg’s Attempts To Head Off U.K. Regulation

March 30, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
An article in the Financial Times has critiqued the move by Kellogg to sue the U.K. government for failing to account for the benefits of milk when it brings in restrictions on sugary foods. The author, Camilla Cavendish, said that companies like Kellogg have managed to hide behind claims that fatty and sugary treats are fine as long as they form a part of an otherwise healthy and balanced diet, but that does not take into account humans’ inability to resist temptation and the growing obesity problem. Cavendish adds that although we might not be lab rats and have a choice, it’s not easy to “compete with the marketing geniuses who have managed to convince us that ultraprocessed stuff of virtually no nutri-value is actually food. And who have persuaded hard-pressed families to spend money on it.” She was the head of the Downing Street policy unit under former U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and is a senior fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School. Cavendish remembered when she was a part of the government that imposed a levy on soft drinks in 2016. Coca-Cola at the time threatened to take the government to court but backed down. Cavendish also argues that the National Health Service spends over £6 billion annually treating obesity-related health problems, and that will rise and that pressure is mounting from investors to avoid junk food companies becoming “potentially risky stranded assets”. 
Camilla Cavendish, "We have been Big Food's lab rats for too long", Financial Times (London, England), March 30, 2022, © THE FINANCIAL TIMES LTD
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New BFY Snack Launches in U.K.

March 29, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
An array of new BFY snacks have recently been released in the UK. Clif has launched Clif Thins, a crunchy, thinner version of its Clif Bar and marketed as a nutritious, on-the-go snack for consumers returning to their pre-pandemic routines. The Thins are plant-based, low in calories and sugar and are available in three flavors: Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Peanut Brownie and White Chocolate Macadamia Nuts. Cliff’s competitor, Kind, has added a Hazelnut Dark Chocolate flavor to its Protein bar range. Additionally, nut-based snack company Real Handful has announced the launch of Air Nuts, a line of aerated nut snacks. Air Nuts are created by blending peanuts, rice flour and flavoring before baking and aerating them through a patented process. Real Handful claims the snacks are 60% lighter than regular nuts, offering comparable protein and fiber with fewer calories. Air Nuts will be available in U.K. supermarkets in four flavors: Sea Salted, Salt & Black Pepper, Cheese & Onion and Hot Chilli. Lastly, low-sugar snack company Nibble Simply has launched its Divinely Dark Madagascan Chocolate Chips. The vegan chocolate chips are made with responsibly-sourced Madagascan cocoa and sweetened with natural coconut sugar. Coconut sugar offers a natural sweetness and helps reduce blood sugar spikes, and feed beneficial gut bacteria. a
Gill Hyslop , "What’s trending in 2022: From aerated nuts to Lay’s ‘Greatest of all Time’ chip collection", Bakery and Snacks, March 29, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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U.K. BFY Snack Brands To Watch

March 29, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Creative Nature makes snack bars, baking mixes, sweet treats and superfood ingredients that are free of the top 14 allergens. Its mission is to provide safe, healthy and tasty snacks for people with allergies and intolerances. Creative Nature has crowdfunded twice successfully and is expected to hit £2 million in turnover during 2022. Its products can be found in major U.K. supermarkets, independent cafes and online retailers. Snack Thyme is another snack brand that will launch with vegan, gluten free seeded crackers. The crackers are made with flax, sesame and pumpkin seeds and come in three varieties: Chilli and Lime, Rosemary and Za’atar, and Everything. Snack Thyme currently sells its crackers in London through local markets, artisanal stores, and online deliveries. However, the brand will officially launch in May following an expansion in production. 80Noir Ultra is a health-oriented, premium dark chocolate company. It sells a variety of bars and drinks that claim to improve mental and physical wellbeing as well as fitness performance. 80Noir Ultra’s products can be bought in health foods stores or directly through its website 
Josephine Melvin, "Snack Brands to Watch in 2022", TechRound, March 29, 2022, © TechRound
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Canadian Plantain Chip Company Mr. Favourite Sets Sights on U.S.

March 29, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Canadian-based plantain chip company Mr. Favourite is planning to expand into the U.S. Mr. Favourite’s Plantain Chips are marketed as healthy natural snacks that are vegan, high in fiber, potassium and vitamins, and contain three ingredients: green plantains, canola oil and salt. They are sold in three flavors: Regular, Sour Cream and Onion, and Chilli Garlic. Mr Favourite’s products can be purchased through online retailers and will soon be available at Canadian retail chains. 
"Founder of Mr. Favourite Plantain Chips: Healthy Snacks Keep Rising in Popularity", EIN Presswire , March 29, 2022, via Nutritional Products International, © IPD Group, Inc. dba EIN Presswire
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FFUPs Launches Unhealthy Puffs

March 28, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
New snack brand FFUPs has launched with its unapologetic line of ‘not healthy, just delicious’ puffs. FFUPs takes a different approach than other puffs on the market by prioritising flavor and quality ingredients over health claims. The puffs are available in five flavors: Semi-Historic Sour Cream & Onion, Professional Salt & Vinegar, Grocery Store Cheddar, Unambiguous Cinnamon Toast, and Instant Hot Chocolate. FFUPs can be bought on its website for $35 for six bags. 
"FFUPs Launches A Line of Unapologetically Indulgent Puffs", PR Newswire, March 28, 2022, © Cision US Inc
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Joyfull Bakery Relaunches Its Parmesan Crisps

March 28, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Snack company Joyfull Bakery has relaunched its brand and its Parmesan Crisps. Joyfull Bakery initially released its popular Parmesan Crisps in specialty and natural retail stores in 2015. However, its bakery experienced a fire in 2020 that destroyed its production area. With help from its staff and the San Francisco community, the company has been able to rebuild and relaunch the products. The snack is made of 100% baked parmesan cheese and now comes in two flavors: Original and Everything.   
Janel Andronico, "Joyfull Bakery shares story of resilience through 100% parmesan snacks", abc7ny.com, March 28, 2022, © ABC, Inc., WABC-TV New York.
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Australian Company Fodbod Launches New Gut-Friendly Snack

March 28, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Australian brand Fodbods has launched a new gut-friendly and allergy-free snack called Nibbles, nuggets made of plant-based ingredients such as sunflower seeds, chia seeds and buckwheat flour. The snack is high in healthy fats and fiber, which aids digestion and keeps customers full for longer. Nibbles will be available in three flavors: Dark Chocolate, Ginger Spice and Rosemary Sea Salt. The snack will be sold online and in health food stores, along with the company’s protein bars. Fodbod was founded in 2019 with the aim to sell gut- and FODMAP-friendly snacks. Its bars are now in 300 locations in Australia and New Zealand. 
Rakshnna Pattabiraman, "Low Fodmap, allergy-free snack range Fodbods released", Inside FMCG, March 28, 2022, © Octomedia Pty Ltd
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U.K. Health Brand Graze Moves To Pubs

March 28, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
U.K.-based healthy snack company, graze, will expand its ‘crunch’ line to pubs. The move is aimed at targeting the growing number of customers who are looking to be more health-conscious post-pandemic. Its crunch line will launch in pubs in new snack pouches and will be available in three flavors: Marmite, Smoky Barbeque and Salt & Vinegar. Crunch is marketed as a healthier alternative to potato chips, a popular pub snack, and is made of roasted corn, broad beans and corn hoops. 
Joanna Allen, CEO of Graze, "Make the most of the healthy profit opportunity available with brand-new snacking launches", Morning Advertiser, March 28, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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India Leans Towards Labelling In Fight Against Obesity

March 27, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
As India experiences a growing obesity problem, its government wants to use labelling to stem the tide and has delegated the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India to implement the changes. Government departments, including the health ministry, also have a role to play, and the consumer affairs ministry will provide advertising guidelines to limit the promotion of junk food. The issue of labels on the front of packaging, detailing how much fat, salt and sugar processed food contains, has been a discussion point for a while. These details are currently on the back of packs, but government pressure could accelerate change. Obesity is a major problem in the country. The Indian Journal of Community Medicine found that over 135 million people there are obese.
Dipak K Dash, "To fight obesity, govt to make labelling on snacks a must", Times of India (Electronic Edition), March 27, 2022, © Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.
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New Releases In Singapore’s Growing Snack Market

March 27, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
A wave of new snacks has recently entered the Singapore market. The snack market in Singapore is increasingly competitive, with an expected revenue of $440 million this year. It is expected to grow by 4.08% in 2022, with 300 new snacks released in 2021. Local and Asian flavors are a popular category within the snacking market. Snack company Crusty's has recently launched deep-ridged potato chips in Singapore Chicken Rice and Singapore BBQ Seafood flavors. The snacks are available on Crusty's websites and other online retailers along with its popular popcorn and fish skin products. New home-based business Kelly Snacks also debuted prawn cracker and crab stick snacks with flavors such as salted egg, cereal butter and honey butter. Better-for-you snacks are also popular in Singapore, fueled by the pandemic and an increase in food healthier snacks. E-commerce business Un-Possible Kitchen has recently launched its Arrowroot Paleo Torti Chips. The chip is similar to corn tortilla chips, but made with psyllium husk, coconut and arrowroot flour. Un-Possible Kitchen offers other allergen-free and preservative-free foods such as Black Bean Noodles and Plant-based Paleo Wraps. Biotechnology company Soynergy has released its Fibreworks Chocolate Cookies, which are made with bio-okara, a fermented by-product from soya milk and tofu manufacturing. Snack brand Soyami has debuted with its Soy Chips made from soya bean and potato flour. The chips are positioned as a healthier alternative to potato chips, with 50 percent more protein and 40 percent less fat. Soyami’s Soy Chips come in three plant-based flavors: Original, Honey Butter and Sriracha.
Eunice Quek , "Trending Food: Made-in-Singapore snacks enter the booming snack sector ", The Straits Times (Singapore), March 27, 2022, © SPH Media Limited.
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Opopop’s Premium Flavor Wrapped Popcorn Kernels

March 23, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Gourmet popcorn brand Opopop is promoting its Flavor Wrapped Popcorn Kernels, which Opopop claims are the first to market and are made through a proprietary process. Its flavors include Vanilla Vanilla, Cinnalicious, Maui Heat, Chedapeno, Fancy Butter, Salty Caramel, Vanilla Cake Pop and Salted Umami. Opopop is gluten-free, non-GMO, and over half of its flavors are vegan. Opopop has promoted the kernels ahead of the 2022 Oscars and its products were included in the ‘Everyone Wins’ gift bags delivered to Oscar Nominees. The same ‘Oscars Discovery Collection’ kit can be bought for a limited time on Opopop’s website. 
"The Popcorn That This Year’s Oscar Nominees Are Eating", Popdust , March 23, 2022, © Popdust
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Brazi Bites Debuts New Pizza Bites Line

March 22, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Latin-inspired better-for-you brand Brazi Bites announced the launch of its new Pizza Bites line. The snack is positioned as a cleaner, healthier take on the familiar snack and will be available in three varieties: Four Cheese, Pepperoni and Supreme. Pizza Bites will be in the freezer section and are gluten-free, high in protein and made without artificial ingredients. The bites are made with the same dough Brazi Bites uses for its Brazilian Cheese Bread. The brand also sells Empanadas and Breakfast Sandwiches. Its products are sold online on its website and Amazon or in conventional stores including Whole Foods, Target, and Costco.
"Brazi Bites Launches New Better-For-You Pizza Bites Line", PRNewswire, March 22, 2022, © Cision US Inc.
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CCEP’s Monster Brand Unveils Latest Sales Supercharged Initiative

March 22, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Monster in the U.K. has introduced the latest stage of the Sales Supercharged solution for convenience retailer support, with case study videos featuring three convenience retailers: one in Walsall, West Midlands; one in Emsworth, Hampshire; and one in Bootle, Merseyside. It will continue to give information and trends on key energy drink segments, as well as guidance on in-store execution. 
David Shrimpton, "Monster supercharges its retailer support initiative", Talking Retail , March 22, 2022, © Metropolis International Group Limited, a member of the Metropolis Group
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New Enterprise Airsnax Launches Chickpea Puffs

March 22, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
UK based foodie entrepreneur Nati Azar has recently launched Airsnax, a line of healthy, filling chickpea-based puffed snacks available in four flavors: Salted, Salt and Vinegar, Black Pepper and Sweet Chilli. The puffed snack is made with chickpeas, green peas and yellow peas and are vegan, gluten-free, and high in fiber and protein. Airsnax products are marketed towards Gen Z and millennials looking for a healthy yet satisfying snack between meals. The snacks are currently available on the company website and will be sold in health food shops and retailers from April. 
"Prestwich foodie entrepreneur takes a bite out of the snacks market with new Airsnax", About Manchester, March 22, 2022, © Made in Manchester
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Philippines-Based Snack Firms Target Australian Market

March 22, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Filipino food manufacturers and trade agencies have launched the Cookie Jar Project, a four-month campaign to promote Philippine-made snacks in Australia. The effort is being led by the Philippine Trade and Investment Center in Sydney, the Export Marketing Bureau and firms under the Department of Trade and Industry's snack food cluster. The organizations are planning to promote Filipino snack products through a social media campaign as well as promotions in selected Filipino-Asian supermarkets and mainstream retailers. Major players looking to enter mainstream retailers are Monde Nissin Corp., Universal Robina Corp., Liwayway Marketing Corp., Leslie Corp., and Brand Exports Philippines. New players that have yet to enter the Australian market are actively looking for importers and distributors. Philippine exports of biscuits and confectionery products amounted to $140.4 million last year, $5.39 million of which was purchased by Australia.
Anna Leah E. Gonzales, "PH snack firms eye Australian market", The Manila Times, March 22, 2022, © The Manila Times
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Outstanding Foods Launches “First Ever” Vegan Cheese Balls

March 21, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
At Expo West, vegan snack brand Outstanding Foods introduced Outstanding Cheese Balls – a line of dairy-free cheese ball puffs. The brand claims the snack to be the first vegan cheese balls to come to market. Outstanding Cheese Balls are marketed as a healthy, nutritious alternative to cheese balls, with 4 grams of protein and 20 vitamins and minerals in each serving. The products will be available for purchase online from April 18 in four flavors: Chedda, Bacon Chedda, Jalapeno Chedda, and Garlic Parmesan. Outstanding Foods’ new line will join its other offerings, including PigOut Pigless Pork Rinds, Outstanding Puffs, and Pigless Bacon Seasonings. The company aims to make enjoyable yet healthy vegan snacks to aid the transition to a more plant-based diet. In 2021, the company raised $10 million in Series A funding to expand its retail presence, improve marketing and produce innovative products. 
"Outstanding Foods Debuts “First Ever” Vegan Cheese Balls in Four Flavors", vegconomist , March 21, 2022, © vegconomist - a brand of vegconom GmbH
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U.K. Chip Brands Race To Release HFSS-Compliant Snacks

March 19, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Walkers has unveiled its first fully non-HFSS crisps range called '45% Less Salt'. The line will be available this month in three flavours: Mild Cheese & Onion, Lightly Salted and A Dash of Salt & Vinegar. Meanwhile, KP Snacks will reformulate products across its Tyrrells, Popchips, Hula Hoops Puft and Penn State brands due to UK government restrictions regarding the promotion of HFSS products. By June, Hula Hoops Puft will be available in three non-HFSS flavors: Salt, Salt & Vinegar and Beef. Its Penn State brand will release a non-HFSS Chilli flavour of its pretzels by the end of the month, followed by Sour Cream in May. Kettle Foods has taken a different approach by launching a separate non-HFSS bread snacks range. 'Bread Bites' will first roll into Morrisons by the end of the month and will be available in three flavours: Focaccia Bites with Sea Salt, Rosemary & Extra Virgin Olive Oil; Naan Bites with Spiced Onion Bhaji with Chilli & Toasted Onion; and Sourdough Bites with Parmigiano Reggiano & Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Vegan snacking brand Source of the Earth recently launched a range of non-HFSS lentil chips in three flavors: Coconut Curry, Smoked Paprika & Chilli and Sour Cream & Chive. The chips come in a fully home-compostable packet and will be available in Whole Foods, Selfridges and Daylesford. 
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Walkers launches its first non-HFSS crisps range with ‘half the salt’", The Grocer, March 19, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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More Non-HFSS Snack Releases in U.K.

March 18, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
More snack brands are launching and reformulating products ahead of the U.K. government’s upcoming HFSS embargo, which limits the placement and promotion of HFSS snacks. PepsiCo's Walkers has also announced the launch of its first non-HFSS chip range named 45% Less Salt. The range will debut with three flavors: Mild Cheese & Onion, Lightly Salted and A Dash of Salt & Vinegar. Healthy snacking startup Simply Roasted recently launched with a range of non-HFSS crisps. The crisps are made using three different ovens to remove the moisture from potatoes, which lowers the amount of fat required. Last year, Emily Veg Thins, Snack a Jacks, and Eat Real also announced reformulated non-HFSS recipes. 
Gill Hyslop , "The snack brands gearing up for the HFSS clampdown", Bakery and Snacks, March 18, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Eat The Change Debuts Carrot-Based Fruit Snacks

March 18, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Vegan snack start-up Eat the Change revealed its second product at Expo West, Organic Cosmic Carrot Chews. Carrots are cooked, marinated in fruit juice then dehydrated to create a clean, healthy alternative to fruit snacks. Cosmic Carrot Chews are available in three varieties: Sour Cherry Berry Blast Off, Orange Mango Moonbeam and Apple Cinnamon Asteroid. Eat the Change hopes to disrupt the growing $5 billion fruit snack market by introducing the ‘first-to-market’ vegetable snack for kids. 
Elizabeth Crawford, "Fruit snacks without the fruit? Eat the Change's Cosmic Carrot Chews offer new twist on an old favorite", FoodNavigator-USA.com, March 18, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Fairfields Farm Goes 100% Vegan With Reformulation of Cheese & Onion Chips

March 17, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
U.K.-based artisan chip brand Fairfields Farm has relaunched its Cheese & Onion flavor chips with a vegan recipe. This signifies the brand’s transition to being entirely dairy-free, meat-free and gluten-free. Fairfields Farm’s full range includes Lightly Sea Salted, Sea Salt & Aspall Cyder Vinegar, Bacon & Tomato, Rib of Beef, Sweet Chilli and Sea Salt & Black Pepper. Its new flavor will be available from the end of the month on its website as well as the East of England Co-op and independent retailers nationwide.  
Fiona Briggs, "Fairfields Farm Goes 100% Vegan with new Vegan Cheese & Onion crisps", RetailTimes.co.uk , March 17, 2022, © RetailTimes.co.uk
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Australian brand Farmer Jo heads to the US

March 16, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Australian breakfast brand Farmer Jo has secured a distribution deal with Walmart under which its products will be sold in Sam’s Club stores across the U.S. Farmer Jo’s products are expected to be available in Sam’s Club by May. Farmer Jo was founded in 2009 as a premium, nutritious granola and museli brand. The company now offers 15 flavors of museli and granola sold across Australia, Japan and other Asian countries. 
Tong Van, "Farmer Jo heads to the US", Inside FMCG, March 16, 2022, © Octomedia Pty Ltd
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PeaTos Goes 100% Vegan

March 17, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Snack company PeaTos has recently transitioned to an all-vegan brand. The brand specializes in making popular, nostalgic American “junk” food healthy and aims to replace corn-based snacks with its natural, pea-based ingredients, challenging dominant industry players by offering the same taste in a healthier, vegan format. PeaTos currently offers five varieties of snacks, including Onion Crunchy Rings, Fiery Onion Crunchy Rings, Crunchy Cheese Curls, Fiery Hot Crunchy Curls and Zesty Ranch Crunchy Curls. The company has also recently launched a Pizza flavor to its Crunchy Rings range. PeaTos can be found at over 4,700 retailers nationwide and online through its website, Amazon and Sams Club. 
Kayla Pasko, "PeaTos Goes 100% Vegan, Takes on the Snack Industry", VegOut, March 17, 2022, © VegOut Media
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Barnana Adds Plantain Nuggets To Its Product Portfolio

March 15, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Banana-based snack company Barnana has recently introduced its Organic Crunchy Plantain Nuggets. The nuggets are crispy, small cubes of plantains cooked in coconut oil and will be available in April in four flavors: Pink Salt, Barbecue, Chili Lime and Ranch. The nuggets are Barnana’s fourth savory launch, following its Plantain Chips, Crisps and Tortilla Chips products. However, the nuggets’ single serving, grab-and-go positioning represents a new category for the company. Barnana’s mission is to innovate the banana in a socially and environmentally responsible way. 
Elizabeth Crawford , "Nobody puts Barnana in a corner: New products showcase banana's versatility, business potential", FoodNavigator-USA.com, March 15, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Simple Ingredient Snack Launches At Expo West

March 15, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
At the recent Expo West in Anaheim California, many companies featured simple ingredient, on-the-go snacks in innovative formats. Pickle brand Rick’s Picks introduced a snack line, which includes packs of flavored Pickle Spears and Snacking Veggies, available in Zesty Carrot or Savory Cauliflower. A new brand, CHICKEASE, has also launched with a line of snackable all-natural, cooked chickpeas in three varieties: Original, Tex-Mex, and Barbecue. gimMe has launched smaller slim packs of its premium roasted seaweed line along with adding two new flavors: Dairy-free Cheddar and Chili Lime. Seed snack maker Blake’s released Roasted Sunflower Seeds, which come in three flavors: Himalayan Salt, Hot & Spicy and Honey Roasted. This simple snack comes in single-serving packs and is marketed as a clean on-the go protein snack. Additionally, veggie chip maker Dirt Kitchen revealed a line of Pressed Bars made with vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds. The bars come in four flavors: Almond + Raisin + Carrot, Tomato + Raisin + Black Pepper, Apple + Cinnamon + Carrot, and Apricot + Beet + Pumpkin Seeds. Lastly, Solely showcased its vegan Fruit Gummies, which are made of one or two ingredients and sold in three flavors: Mango, Mango & Orange and Mango & Guava. 
"Expo West Gallery: Snack Innovations See Simple Ingredient Decks", NOSH.com , March 15, 2022, © BevNET.com, Inc.
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KP Snacks Non-HFSS Reformulation Of Brands

March 15, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
KP Snacks will reformulate its Tyrrells, Popchips, Hula Hoops Puft and Penn State brands due to UK government restrictions regarding the promotion of HFSS products. By June, Hula Hoops Puft will be available in three non-HFSS flavors: Salt, Salt & Vinegar and Beef. Additionally, the entire Popchips range will be reformulated and relaunched in a phased rollout before the end of the year. Meanwhile, Tyrrells' bestselling Lightly Salted flavor will be reformulated and available in multiple pack sizes from May. This reformulation follows Tyrells’ January launch of non-HFSS flavor Mediterranean Herb. By the enactment of the new legislation in October, KP claims it will have one of the largest non-HFSS ranges within the crisps, nuts and snacks category. While KP Snacks recognizes the importance of providing healthier options for consumers, it will continue to offer its popular HFSS items, such as the core range of McCoy's and Hula Hoops. 
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Tyrrells, Popchips and Hula Hoops Puft to get non-HFSS reformulation", thegrocer.co.uk, March 15, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Kettle Food’s New, Non-HFSS Bread Snacks

March 14, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Kettle Foods will launch ‘Bread Bites’, a range of non-HFSS bread snacks. The range will be on shelves in U.K. supermarkets from early April and will be available in three flavors: Focaccia Bites with Sea Salt, Rosemary & Extra Virgin Olive Oil; Naan Bites with Spiced Onion Bhaji with Chili & Toasted Onion; and Sourdough Bites with Parmigiano Reggiano & Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Kettle aims to bring a different, more elevated snacking experience to customers, who can either eat the triple-baked snacks from the bag or after heating in the oven. The launch follows government HFSS regulations and large brand releases of non-HFSS crisp ranges, such as Walkers and Tyrells. 
Niamh Leonard-Bedwell, "Kettle Foods launches Non-HFSS Trio of bread snacks", thegrocer.co.uk, March 14, 2022, © William Reed Ltd
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Alpino Health Foods Raises Funds Through RBF Before Its Seed Round

March 11, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Alpino Health Foods, a healthy breakfast food company featured on Shark Tank India, has raised an undisclosed amount through Revenue Based Financing in advance of its seed round. Alpino operates in India’s peanut butter category and also offers a wider range of nut butters and muesli. The company aims to become the go-to brand for healthy breakfast essentials while remaining affordable, tasty and high quality. Alpino is currently available on its website, 20 other e-commerce platforms and over 5000 retail stores across India. The brand has significant brand recollection and steady revenue growth within India’s growing breakfast market.  
"Alpino Health Foods, a Shark Tank Brand, Raises Funds through Revenue Based Financing before its Seed Round", Livemint, March 11, 2022, © HT Digital Streams Limited
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New Vegan Products From Planting Hope

March 10, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Plant-based food company Planting Hope revealed new products at Natural Products Expo West. It will expand upon its existing Mozaics veggie chips line with three new vegan dairy flavors: Sour Cream & Onion, White Cheddar and Spicy Buffalo. It also introduced Home and Sesame Sesamilk Creamers, available in Original, Vanilla and Hazelnut. These creamers add to its Sesamilk range, which the brand claims to be more nutritious and sustainable that many other dairy alternatives. 
"Planting Hope Reveals New Products and Packaging at Natural Products Expo West 2022", ACCESSWIRE, March 10, 2022, © ACCESSWIRE
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Gut Health Brand Bio&Me Raises €1.6 million In 72 Hours

March 10, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
UK company Bio&Me recently raised €1.6 million within 72 hours in an oversubscribed funding round. Bio&Me was founded in 2019 by Jon Walsh and Gut Health Doctor Dr. Megan Rossi. It claims to be the U.K.’s first dedicated gut health food brand backed by scientific evidence. The Bio&Me range consists of porridges, granolas and prebiotic yoghurts and can be found in over 1400 stores throughout the U.K. Despite being a young company, Bio&Me has become the U.K.’s fastest-growing cereal brand, bringing in around £3 million in sales in 2021. The company plans to use these funds to fuel its growth and expand its ethos to other food and beverage categories.  
Patricia Allen , "UK-based Bio&Me closes €1.6 million for its gut health brand backed by science", EU-Startups, March 10, 2022, © Menlo Media S.L.
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Utz’s Boulder Canyon & Good Health Unveil New Snacks

March 10, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Utz Brands-owned Boulder Canyon and Good Health brands have introduced new snacks at Natural Products Expo West. Boulder Canyon introduced a Jalapeno flavor to its line of Thin & Crispy Potato Chips cooked in avocado oil. Good Health launched gluten-free White Cheddar ABC bites marketed towards kids. 
"Boulder Canyon & Good Health Unveil New Snacks at Expo West!", Business Wire, March 10, 2022, © Business Wire, Inc.
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New Study Finds UK Consumers’ Diets Lack Fiber

March 10, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
New research from Nestlé Cereals finds that only half (51%) of U.K. consumers believe they consume enough fiber in their diet. Fiber is an essential part of a balanced diet and has various health benefits such as reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes. Fiber can easily be increased through eating food high in whole grain, yet the vast majority of British consumers (85%) have little or no knowledge of whole grain and its nutritional value. Additionally, a third (34%) of U.K. consumers are unaware of what products contain whole grains. Nestlé Cereals hopes to address this issue through its green banner on packs that signifies the product has whole grain as its main ingredient.  The company has also added 106 million more 16g servings of whole grain to its cereals in 2020 versus 2010. 
Oliver Morrison, "Confusion over whole grain means consumers could be missing out on nutritional benefits", FoodNavigator.com, March 10, 2022, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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Low Sugar Granola From Jordans Hits Australian Store Shelves

March 7, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Jordans’ new range of low-sugar granola is available in Australia. Supported by chicory root fibre, it contains less than 5 percent sugar. The brand acknowledges that the sugar provides the crunch but aims to omit sugar completely from its products. There are three flavors: cherry and almond, almond and hazelnut and blueberry and coconut. 
Rakshnna Pattabiraman, "Jordans unveils low sugar granola range", Inside FMCG, March 07, 2022, © Octomedia Pty Ltd
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Pipcorn Adds Tabasco Flavor To Its Product Portfolio

March 7, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Popcorn snacking brand Pipcorn is showcasing new Spicy Cheddar Popcorn and Spicy Cheddar Cheese Balls at Expo West, partnering with the TABASCO® brand. Both are baked rather than fried, contain 25-30 percent less fat than its competitors and are non-GMO, and will be on sale nationwide at retailers including Whole Foods Market from May. In 2022, the brand expects to double the 10 million heirloom popcorn kernels it used last year. Its heirloom seeds are hand-selected, grown sustainably and is “crunchier and more flavorful than commercially grown hybrids”, according to Pipcorn.
"PIPCORN IS ON FIRE: HEIRLOOM CORN SNACKING BRAND TO UNVEIL NEW TABASCO® SAUCE-SPICED LINE AT EXPO WEST", PR Newswire, March 07, 2022, © Cision US Inc.
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Californian Entrepreneur’s Lifestyle Now Mirrors Her Brand

March 6, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
The pandemic changed the lifestyles and priorities of many, including Lisa Matar, who had only just launched a line of single-serve oatmeals called Health Bear when the pandemic hit. The circumstances led her to look at the product’s packaging to reduce waste and provide the consumer with more flexibility. The result is new multi-serve format that will be available in California stores later this year. The oatmeal also contains chia, hemp seeds, flax and pea protein powder. Mother of two children, she said the pandemic has made her “live my brand, which is fun, fit food." 
Laura Ness, "Los Gatos entrepreneur changed lifestyle to reflect her brand", The Mercury News, March 06, 2022, via Los Gatos Weekly-Times (Palo Alto, California), © MediaNews Group
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