Hot cereal start-up The Soulfull Project is working to fight hunger through sales of its multi-grain cereal by making a food bank donation for each serving sold.
Twix is rolling out packaging for its customers who can’t decide which Twix they prefer — left or right — and it has TV and online advertising planned to support the launch.
Walgreens in August polled consumers on Twitter regarding which Pringles chip flavors should make an exclusive appearance in the stores on the corner of Happy and Healthy come March 2017. The results are in, Hungry Forever reported Friday, and it looks like anyone seeking to satisfy their Cheddar BBQ or Jamaican Jerk cravings will need to make their way over to a Walgreens or Duane Reade location. The flavors not selected were Sweet Thai Chili and Original Hot Sauce, Hungry Forever reported. (Hungry Forever)
Kind is introducing several new varieties of snacks, including Sweet and Spicy Strong and Kind bars, Kind Breakfast Protein bars and Kind Fruit Bites.
he new recipes are part of the company’s efforts to differentiate itself in the meat snacks space, which Nielsen ScanTrak estimates has annual sales of close to $3 billion.
In addition to spring-inspired packaging, the company is rolling out some innovations in the candy aisle.
The retail giant is testing a touch-screen monitor in its toy aisle at select stores in Texas, connecting customers to available in-store inventory or the company’s website for ordering.
The product lets consumers determine the flavor intensity of their gum and extend its flavor by adding sour gel to each piece.