FRESH TALK By Lindsey Wojcik By Lindsey Wojcik
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GUAC N’ GO
Sabra Dipping Co. has unveiled Sabra
Guacamole Grab N’ Go, an addition to
its Guacamole line. The Grab N’ Go packages Sabra’s guacamole with crispy
Tostitos ROLLS! for an on-the-go snacking
“We were inspired by Sabra guacamole
lovers to expand our line, giving fans an
easy way to enjoy guacamole on the go,”
says Tracy Luckow, managing director of
new business at Sabra, based in White
Plains, N. Y. “Guacamole lovers have really
embraced Sabra’s line of products made
with the best ingredients, finding it to be an
amazing alternative to homemade guaca-
mole. Growth in the category and consumer
interest in on-the-go options has driven this
innovation. We are thrilled to share Sabra’s
latest innovation making it even more con-
venient for avocado lovers to enjoy a deli-
cious daily dose of guacamole.”
At 2.8-ounces, Sabra Guacamole Grab
N’ Go is the ultimate combination, made
with ripe, fresh Hass avocados and paired
with crispy and crunchy, Tostitos ROLLS!
Tortilla Chips, say company officials. Sabra
Guacamole Grab N’ provides a good source
of vitamin C, helping consumers meet their
daily requirement, officials add.
For more information, visit sabra.com.
A Round(Ware) We Go
Inline Plastics has added Round Ware to its patented, tamper evident, Safe-T-Fresh line.
Round Ware features a single-piece, 4-inch diameter clamshell design coupled with Safe-T-Fresh tamper evident, tamper resistant technology.
It is manufactured with patented DPET material, which has a smaller carbon footprint
than many products made with
rPET, and has the highest clarity
to ensure the contents of the con-
tainer stand out, say officials for the
Shelton, Conn.-based company.
DPET is 100 percent curbside
recyclable with the highest rating,
officials say. Safe-T-Fresh benefits
retailers and processors by provid-
ing containers to their customers
who desire environmentally respon-
sible packaging, officials add.
“We partnered with our cus-
tomers during the development of this product line in order to create the highest quality
product, and ensure that it performed in ‘real world’ applications,” says Carrie Cline, senior
product manager. “We found that the eye-catching Round Ware clarity and user friendly
design encouraged impulse purchases, as well as stimulating repeat sales.”
Round Ware is available in five sizes—8-, 12-, 16-, 24- and 32-ounces.
For more information, visit inlineplastics.com.
GRASSMILK YOGURT CUPS
Organic Valley has added to its award-wining Grassmilk Yogurt line by introducing 6-ounce single-serve cups with
two new flavors—Wild Blueberry and
Strawberry, plus the original Plain and
Organic Valley’s Grassmilk Yogurt is
made from organic milk that comes from
cows that are 100 percent grass-fed—with
no supplemental feed, grain or soybeans
in their diet. Nutritionally, Organic Valley
Grassmilk Yogurt flows with naturally occurring calcium, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
and omega-3s. Organic Valley never uses
antibiotics, synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides or GMOs.
Organic Valley Grassmilk Yogurt cups
will appeal to consumers who are look-
ing for exceptional “beyond organic” taste
in new fruit flavors and more convenient
packaging, say officials for the La Farge, Wis.-
Like the original tubs, Organic Valley’s
Grassmilk Yogurt cups feature cream-on-
top, whole milk yogurt crafted from 100 per-
cent grass-fed, non-homogenized organic
Grassmilk milk, along with organic strawber-
ries, organic wild blueberries, organic fair
trade vanilla and live probiotic cultures.
Organic Valley Grassmilk Yogurt cups have
a suggested retail price of $1.69.
For more information, visit organicvalley.coop.