Snacks
Leaf Brands, the maker of Hydrox sandwich cookies, recently announced the company’s flagship cookies will go clean-label and non-GMO.
The Clif Nut Butter Filled Energy Bar is now available in Canada in four flavours: chocolate hazelnut butter, chocolate peanut butter, coconut almond butter and peanut butter.
Hammond's Candies, known for creating new twists on old-fashioned treats, has released three new chocolate bar flavours.
Genuine Health's gluten-free, non-GMO, soy-free and vegan Fermented Vegan Proteins+ Bars address several consumer health concerns.
Shires Bakery Cookies has a festive rainbow sprinkle soft cookie that is available in several seasonal sprinkle themes: St. Patrick’s Easter, Canada Day, Halloween, Christmas and Valentine’s.
Danone Inc. has a new SuperGrains line of four new flavours that combine grain blends with fruit combinations.
Snack Factory has launched a new variety of its Pretzel Crisps flat-baked pretzel crackers: Organic Original Pretzel Crisps.
Mississauga, Ont. – Several of Kellogg Canada's newest products feature quinoa, dark chocolate, mixed nuts, real fruit pieces and fibre.
LonoLife has a line of single-serve K-Cup broths designed to appeal to health-conscious customers who want a healthy savoury meal option when they are on the go.
McSweeney's Premium Jerky & Meat Snacks has introduced Pep' N Cheddies, a pepperoni and cheddar cheese sticks pack. 
Purchase, NY – Lay's Chalet Sauce potato chips are available for a limited time in participating Swiss Chalet restaurant locations.
Toronto - General Mills launched a new line of Fibre 1 bars that the company says will allow Canadian consumers to have their cake and eat it too. The new Fibre 1 Cheesecake Bars are available in Key Lime and Chocolate flavours and are 150 calories per bar.
Mississauga, Ont. - General Mills Canada Corporation is offering five of its Cheerios cereal products gluten free.
Boulder, CO. – Snack manufacturer Made In Nature has created a new lineup of organic snacks made without the use of GMO ingredients, sulphur synthetic preservatives, colour or flavourings, all wrapped up in bold new packaging designs.
Kellogg Canada will debut six products in January, each intending to reflect new and emerging consumer needs and preferences, with a focus on providing great taste with real flavours and recognizable ingredients. The new products fall under the brands Kellogg's Special K, Kellogg's Mini-Wheats and Pringles.
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