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Talenti introduces new gelato flavor, eco-friendly lids

BY Allison Cerra

DALLAS — Talenti has expanded its lineup of gelato flavors and has updated its product packaging with recyclable screw–on lids for all flavors.

Talenti said that its gelato lineup now includes sea salt caramel, which features Argentine caramel (dulce de leche) exclusively made for the brand; Fleur De Sel, prized sea salt from France; and tiny chocolate-covered sea salt caramel truffles mixed in with every spoonful.

In addition to launching a new flavor, Talenti also has updated the packaging of its products by implementing eco-friendly, recyclable high-density polyethylene (#2 HDPE) lids for all its flavors. The screw-on lids were created for Talenti’s matching polyethylene terephthalate (PET) clear containers.

Consumers can find the sea salt caramel flavor and other Talenti products at major retailers nationwide, including H-E-B, Kroger and Whole Foods, at a suggested retail price range from $4.99 to $5.99.

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Coca-Cola’s 1.25-liter bottle a nod to 125th anniversary

BY Allison Cerra

ATLANTA — Coca-Cola is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a new 1.25-liter package.

The new package for the iconic soft drink is hitting store shelves across the Southeast, with additional rollouts planned across the United States this summer. Additionally, a variety of other brands, including Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite and Fanta, also will be available in the new 1.25-liter bottle.

The 1.25-liter bottle will retail for less than $1, Coca-Cola said.

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Rice Krispies takes step into gluten-free market

BY Allison Cerra

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Consumers with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity now can add a popular cereal brand to their diet.

Kellogg’s said that its Rice Krispies brand will tout a gluten-free version, which will hit store shelves in June, carrying the same suggested retail price as original Rice Krispies. Each serving of the new gluten-free cereal contains 120 calories, less than 1 g of sugar, 1 g each of fat and fiber, 3 g of protein and 190 mg of sodium.

The introduction marks Kellogg’s first-ever gluten-free cereal.

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies gluten-free cereal will be produced in a separate facility, the company said, where each batch of cereal will be tested to ensure its gluten-free status, as will the production line.

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