Kellogg's® launched new Special K® Protein Honey Almond Ancient Grains cereal with 15g of protein per serving – which climbs to 21g of protein per serving in a single bowl when served with ¾ cup skim milk. The company positions this product as a way of reaching the daily protein recommendation of 46g for women.
Social-mission bakery, Rubicon Bakers has launched a new addition to their deliciously innovative product line: Vegan Neapolitan Cupcakes. Inspired by a nostalgic favourite, these delightful pink treats are, incidentally, vegan.
Perfectly Free creates non-GMO, all-natural refrigerated fruit bites that offer a half serving of fruit that contains 5 grams of sugar.
Launching at the Winter Fancy Food Show this January, Chomptown Protein Cookies claim to elevate the protein snack experience without the trade-offs: A clean honest to goodness protein cookie that actually tastes, eats, and smells like a real cookie.
Chobani, LLC, Greek Yogurt manufacturer and the second largest overall yogurt manufacturer in the U.S., announced the launch of the company's first-ever plant-based recipe Non-Dairy Chobani.
A new way to get an energy boost that doesn't involve guzzling sugary energy drinks, or juggling hot cups of coffee at your desk.
2019 promises many changes ahead for various confectionary companies, some of whom are changing the packaging and recipes of treasured brands.This December, Mars Wrigley Confectionery is introducing a new variety of Twix®:
Pepsico recently launched a line of better-for-you crisps aimed at parents concerned about the fat, sodium and sugar content of some snacks.
Post Cereals Brands launched their newest flavour in the U.S., effectively banking on combining two different snacking trends.
The better-for-you yogurt market is milking it for all its worth: As Chobani unveiled Gimmies, a yogurt brand aimed at children, Danone is aiming to supply adults, Ketogenic dieters and vegans with three different lines of yogurt.
In 2001 the The van Blommestein family immigrated from South Africa to Washington, DC. What started as a Saturday morning hobby between a father and his sons over 15 years ago, slowly marinated into Ayoba-Yo as they came to realize that their products truly were improvements on the ‘meat’iocre beef snacks that were available.
Starting in December, Chobani® Gimmies™ products will be available in four fun formats: Greek Yogurt with crunchy mix-ins on the side, drinkable milkshakes, pouches and tubes.
Nestlē UK launched a new and distinctive snack bar in the UK this month, containing a range of fruit and vegetables, sweetened with beets.
Oikos announced the launch of its first products to be certified organic.
The  family-run company from Québec, La Petite Bretonne®, brings an interesting twist to traditional croissants.

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