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Weis Markets freezes prices again

BY Drug Store News Team

SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets announced it has lowered the prices on 1,600 staple items and that it will freeze these new lower prices for 90 days through Oct. 8. It is the company’s seventh 90-day price freeze program over the past two and a half years.

"Despite food inflation, we have been able to reduce and freeze the prices on 1,600 products across every department in our store," said David Hepfinger, Weis Markets’ president and CEO. "Our price freeze program continues to offer our customers long-term values they can count on. Over the past two and a half years, our previous price freeze programs have helped our customers save more than $30 million."

The Price Freeze Program is being promoted in Weis Markets’ current circular, television and radio ads. In stores, customers will see Price Freeze signage and shelf tags for participating items.

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Jelly Belly pairs together mint, chocolate in new Dips item

BY Allison Cerra

FAIRFIELD, Calif. — Jelly Belly has unveiled its latest Chocolate Dips product.

The brand’s new mint chocolate Dips pairs together dark chocolate and the refreshing taste of mint, with each serving just under 4 calories.

The gluten-free, gelatin-free and certified Orthodox Union dairy kosher candies, which also come in Very Cherry, raspberry, strawberry, coconut and orange varieties, are available nationwide in bulk and 2.8-oz bags, as well as a 4.15-oz. gift box that showcases five flavors.

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Goldfish sandwich bread looks to appeal to kids, young at heart

BY Allison Cerra

NORWALK, Conn. — Pepperidge Farm’s Goldfish brand is diving into a new category.

Known for its iconic cracker snacks, the brand has brought the Goldfish shape to a line of sandwich bread, available in soft white, soft 100% whole wheat and soft honey-wheat varieties. The crust-free breads are designed to please the pickiest of sandwich eaters, both young and old, Pepperidge Farm said.

“We are excited to offer kids and the young at heart a fun and healthful new way to enjoy their favorite sandwiches,” said Maureen Linder, SVP and general manager, fresh and frozen bakery at Pepperidge Farm. “When you see our Goldfish sandwich bread, you can’t help but smile. It’s also part of Pepperidge Farm’s ongoing commitment to health and wellness, which we already demonstrate in both our bakery and cracker categories.”

New Pepperidge Farm Goldfish sandwich bread is available in major supermarkets, grocery stores and mass merchandisers for a suggested retail price of between $3.29 and $3.49.

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