Milano Melts put new spin on classic cookie
NORWALK, Conn. — Pepperidge Farm is helping its classic Milano cookies evolve with a new addition.
New Milano Melts cookies combine crisp cookies with a soft chocolate cream filling, providing two textures in every bite. The cookies will be available in Dark Classic Crème and Chocolate Dark Classic Crème varieties.
Milano Melts cookies are available in major supermarkets, grocery stores and mass merchandisers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.49.
Annie Chun’s introduces new Organic FreshPak Noodles line
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. — Annie Chun’s is introducing a new line of organic, fresh-cooked noodles.
Annie Chun’s Organic FreshPak Noodles are vegan, low-fat noodles that can be prepared in less than five minutes on the stove or in the microwave and are available in three authentic varieties, including chow mein, buckwheat soba and Japanese-style udon. The noodles can be enjoyed hot or cold, and are ideal for stir-frying, soups and salads, the company said.
Each flavor of Organic FreshPak Noodles carries a suggested retail price of $3.18 per 12-oz. package and all are available at Whole Foods nationwide beginning this month.
Getting the ‘skinny’ on candy
GLENDALE, Calif. — Skinny Cow is introducing new sweet treats.
The company, known for its low-fat ice cream products, has made its foray into candy with new Skinny Cow Dreamy Clusters, bite-sized treats drenched in caramel and covered in either milk chocolate or dark chocolate; and Skinny Cow Heavenly Crisp candy bars, delicate wafers layered with either chocolate or peanut butter filling and covered in a chocolate coating. Each candy contains 110 to 120 calories in each serving.
All four Skinny Cow candy flavors currently are available nationwide with a suggested retail price of 99 cents for single candy bars and $4.29 for take-home boxes.