Beanfields introduces new tortilla chips
LOS ANGELES — Beanfields has introduced a new line of corn- and gluten-free tortilla chips.
Beanfields’ bean and rice chips are made with black beans, navy beans and long-grain rice. The company said the line includes four flavors: naturally unsalted, sea salt, sea salt and pepper, and pico de gallo.
A 6-oz. bag of Beanfields chips retails from $2.99 to $3.99.
Don Francisco’s Coffee introduces limited-edition coffee to benefit MS campaign
LOS ANGELES — Don Francisco’s Coffee announced an exclusive and limited-edition coffee created for the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis.
The 10-oz. Don Francisco’s Blend to Erase MS ground coffee bags were created for the "Orange You Happy to Erase MS" awareness campaign and feature the Orange You Happy to Erase MS logo. The bold roast features a hint of smoky, caramel and dark chocolate flavors and retails for $7.99.
To coincide with MS awareness month celebrated in May, Don Francisco’s Coffee will donate 20% of gross sales of the limited-edition coffee to the Nancy Davis Foundation beginning this week through the end of May.
"Don Francisco’s Coffee is proud to once again partner with the Nancy Davis Foundation in support of the ‘Orange You Happy to Erase MS’ campaign and for the first time be able to create a product that gives back," said Leonor Gavina-Valls, VP marketing for F. Gavina & Sons, the maker of Don Francisco’s Coffee. "Nancy’s tireless efforts are making a difference in the lives of many people, not only in Los Angeles but [also] around the nation; and at Don Francisco’s Coffee, we are ecstatic to do our part."
Pez dispenses new flavors
ORANGE, Conn. — Pez Candy is giving fans more reasons to love its confections with the U.S. launch of two new flavor blends.
Pez said the strawberry-vanilla and raspberry-lemon combinations join its lineup of assorted fruit flavors. The new flavors will be part of a 10-pack bonus candy SKU and then will be packaged with the regular assortments, the company said.
"We are very excited about our new flavor blends. They have done well in Europe, and we have modified the flavors accordingly for the U.S. market," Pez Candy CEO Joe Vittoria said. "Look for Pez to bring more innovation and fun to the consumer."