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Powder ice cream bites
The European group of production and distribution of ice cream and dairy Food Union has announced an innovation for its brand of ice cream inherited Powder – Powder ‘Snow Peaks’ – a box of 15 bites of ice cream with cocoa in the form of snow peaks.
“It’s about blurring product category lines and driving the innovation cycle creatively.”said Sandra Usacheva, Food Union ice cream brand manager.
“Food Union’s brand group seeks its connection with consumers to deliver highly unique ice cream experiences and create a frozen pastry that is the next level of innovation.”
The new product was a creation of the Food Union Ice Cream Competence Center in Riga, where its R&D team develops and tests ice cream recipes for both the Latvian market and for export.
Powder ‘Snow Peaks’ ice cream bites are served in an environmentally friendly biodegradable cardboard box, which, when released into the environment, decomposes completely without leaving any residue.
The new ice creams are available in the Food Union online store in Latvia, as well as in stores all over Latvia and Lithuania.
Excellence adds new flavors
Another Food Union brand, Ekselence, has also created a new range of ice cream in Latvia.
The range has three flavors in 0.5-liter cardboard jars: Ekselence Pumpkin Spice Latté, which is a spicy ice cream flavored with latte and pumpkin spice sauce; Ekselence Peanut Butter Crunch, which includes ice cream with caramel sauce and peanuts; and Ekselence Vanilla & Chocolate with Cookie Dough, with pieces of cookie dough in vanilla ice cream and chocolate.
There are also three flavors in 1-liter containers: Ekselence Milk souffle; Ekselence Banana and Chocolate; and Ekselence Vanilla and Chocolate cookies.
Triballat Noyal launches the first vegetable drinks mixed with cow’s milk
French family business Triballat Noyal has launched a new beverage brand called Pâquerette & Compagnie, which combines cow’s milk with ingredients of plant origin.
Triballat Noyal will present three new drinks under the Pâquerette brand. The new drinks are made with 50% cow’s milk, collected from Brittany, and 50% of plant-based ingredients: oats, almonds and hazelnuts.
Noëmie Buffet, head of products and categories at Triballat Noyal, said: “Being experts in both dairy and vegetable products, this new 50/50 blend offers our consumers a drink that tastes great but healthy. The GIS combiblocMidi cardboard package has already been well received by our Sojasun and Sojade consumers and is also the perfect packaging solution for our brand new Pâquerette. This responsible, comfortable and visually appealing packaging allows us to excel in retail and offer the best in sustainability for our consumers. ”
Novelty of Violife
The alternative brand to dairy vegan Violife has been occupied in November.
In the UK he launched his Le Rond Camembert Flavor.
Bianca Harris, Violife’s senior director of marketing, said: “At Violife, we are proud to offer customers new flavors to enjoy with their loved ones. Because Le Rond can be cooked the way people want it, from baked to fried, customers can be creative with their dishes and still be 100% sure it’s suitable for everyone. Having recently ventured into vegetable butter and cream, we are committed to continuing to innovate in the category of dairy alternatives, and new flavors such as Le Rond Camembert demonstrate our mission to deliver to customers. 100% vegan alternatives that everyone can enjoy. “
The Le Rond Camembert flavor block can be purchased at Waitrose stores across the country (£ 3.00 RSP).
Another release was his first vegan alternative to sour cream: Viocreme.
With the release of Viocreme, Violife further expands its portfolio of dairy alternatives with its first vegan alternative to cream. Violife’s latest innovation adds to the newly launched Vioblock, the brand’s first alternative butter product, and Viospread.
Viocreme is made with seven ingredients: a blend of coconut and rapeseed oils, lentil protein, natural flavor, cornstarch, beet sugar and rock salt.
Harris said: “At Violife we are committed to continuing to innovate in the Dairy Alternatives category and we are delighted to see that our first cream alternative, Viocreme, is on the shelves. 100% vegan, Viocreme can be enjoyed by everyone and, as it largely emulates the properties of dairy cream, it is truly versatile. Joining Vioblock and Viospread, we are delighted to now offer a more complete range of dairy alternatives, beyond cheese alternatives, to flexitarians, vegans or vegetarians looking for plant-based dairy products that taste and act as if they were real.
Viocreme is available in ASDA stores across the country (£ 1.50 RSP).
Tex Mex Flavor Grated and the new Mozzarella Flavor round slices were also added to its portfolio.
Grated Tex Mex and Mozzarella flavored slices can be purchased at Waitrose stores across the country (both £ 2.65 RSP).
Marmite joins Ilchester to launch Marmite Cheddar Cheese Wedge
British cheese factory Ilchester has teamed up with Marmite to create Ilchester Marmite Cheddar 180g Wedge cheese, which is available at 224 Waitrose stores in the UK, with a PVP of £ 2.15.
“A slice of cheese with a grated Marmite toast; Cheese and Marmite sandwiches; Toast; Cheese and Marmite muffins … the list of cheese and Marmite combinations is endless, but a wedge of cheddar cheese with Marmite never it had been done before, and with Consumer demand being strong for this product, we thought that now more than ever was the time to create this tasty combination. “Said Dorota Dziedzic, assistant to Ilchester’s brand manager.
Dziedzic said that with more people still working from home, savory snack options are popular and cheese toast was named earlier this year as the most popular snack during confinement.
“In addition, our Ilchester Marmite cheese bites are among the top five popular adult snack nets, with 8.3% growth in sales in the last 52 weeks.”
Jo Gunn, senior licensing director of Unilever, the makers of Marmite, said: “Our research has shown that over the years, marmite and cheddar cheese as a sandwich or toast has been a very popular savory snack option.”
Illuminated goes north
Enlightened, the New York-based dessert brand, has expanded its retail presence in Canada with two new product lines inspired by the best-selling cheesecakes and ice cream bars in the U.S. Made without added sugar, Enlightened’s new keto-friendly products are now available at Loblaws Supermarket and Sobeys.
The launch includes five chocolate-dipped ice cream bars: dark chocolate peanut candy; Double Chocolate; Chocolate with mint; Chocolate with peanut butter; and vanilla dark chocolate almond.
It also includes classic or strawberry-flavored mini cheesecakes.
Earlier this year, Enlightened launched its first exclusively Canadian keto-friendly pints made with 0 g of sugar and expanded into Costco Canada with keto-friendly ice cream bars. Enlightened is made with natural sweeteners: erythritol, monk fruit and xylitol.
Enlightened is available across Canada at stores such as Costco, 7-Eleven, Metro, Food Land, Whole Foods and more.
NotCo releases NotMilk Chocolate
NotCo, the American food technology company that creates plant-based options that it says tastes, feels, cooks and works just like its animal counterparts, has launched NotMilk Chocolate.
NotMilk chocolate is now available in 64 oz. cartons via Fresh Direct and via Amazon in an 8 oz on-the-go. format.
NotMilk chocolate is made with a combination of 100% vegetable ingredients such as peas, pineapple, cabbage and cocoa.
“Chocolate milk is a classic, but there is no choice, whether of animal or vegetable origin, where chocolate is the star and the real, creamy, indulgent taste we should expect from chocolate shines.” .said NotCo CEO and founder Matias Muchnick.
Like all other NotCo foods, NotMilk Chocolate was created by the brand’s patented AI technology, Giuseppe, which creates herbal products.
The brand has operations in the US, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.
NotMilk is available nationwide at Whole Foods Market, Stop & Shop, Harris Teeter’s, Sprouts, Wegmans, D’Agostino’s, Kings / Balducci’s, Harmons, New Seasons, Earth Fare, Bristol Farms, Rouses, Weis, Gelson’s Markets and more. in addition to the upward trend Imperfect Foods and the vegan e-commerce site Vejii.
Halo Top brings seasonal ice cream again
In the United States, Halo Top has reintroduced its Gingerbread House seasonal flavor.
It contains light gingerbread ice cream, gingerbread bites and icing, with 360 calories and 19 grams of protein per pint.
Gingerbread House combs are on the shelves until the end of the year.