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Safe + Fair Food intros Pea Protein chips

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Safe + Fair Food, a company that focuses on creating products for those who struggle with food allergies, has unveiled its latest innovation — Pea Protein chips.

The gluten-free, protein-packed chips are free from five of the top eight allergens, and are made with pea protein and lentil flour, the company said.

“Consumers are showing greater interest in plant-based food and are actively seeking protein-rich snack options in this category,” Will Holsworth, CEO of Safe + Fair Food, said. “Our goal is to create products that cater to this growing consumer demand while meeting the needs of the food allergy community.”

In addition, the chips contain 9 to 10 g of protein and come in three flavors — hickory bbq, sea salt and sweet jalapeno.

The line also is certified gluten-free, Non-GMO, kosher, cholesterol-free, vegetarian, and free from artificial preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, MSG and trans-fat, the company said.

Safe + Fair Food’s Pea Protein chips are now available for purchase online in a 3.5-oz. bag that can be purchased separately for $3.49, or part of a bundle with one of each flavor for $9.99.

The brand also donates 3% of its proceeds to the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford University to help find treatments and develop cures for people with food allergies.

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Good! Snacks intros plant-powered protein bars

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Good! snacks, the makers of plant-based treats, unveiled its new line of protein bars.

Featuring 15 g of plant-based protein, each of the brand’s new bars also contains 11 g of beneficial fiber, and are dairy-, soy- and gluten-free, the Orinda, Calif.-based company said.

“Consumers are craving and seeking plant-based snacking options,” Dan Hoskins, CEO of good! snacks said. “Not only can we deliver consumers the plant-based ingredients they’re looking for, but we can do it in an incredibly delicious way that doesn’t make them feel like they’re missing out by avoiding dairy or gluten.”

The protein bars, made from a blend of fava and brown rice proteins, come in six flavors — p.b., choc p.b., lemon, choc. mint, cookie and blueberry.

Each of the good! snacks protein bars are available for purchase at select retailers nationwide, on its website and on Amazon.

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Baileys revamps, reintroduces its coffee creamer line

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Baileys is adding a new spin to its line of Original Irish Cream coffee creamer line.

The Broomfield, Colo.-based company is reinventing the products recipes, which are available in three flavors — Original Irish Cream, Vanilla Cream and Mocha Mudslide.

Each of the nonalcoholic creamers features more real dairy cream and genuine Baileys Original Irish Cream flavor, the company said.

In addition, the line is also being reintroduced as part of the Baileys licensing agreement with Danone North America and Diageo.

“We are so excited to re-introduce the Baileys line of delicious and indulgent coffee creamers,” Mac Krause, Brand Manager for Baileys creamers at Danone North America, said. “We asked for feedback from consumers and worked closely with our product innovation team to craft a rich and creamy coffee experience with the new recipe. We have focused on optimizing taste and texture, and we hope Baileys fans — and new fans! — enjoy a splash of Baileys coffee creamer in their next cup of coffee.”

The new line of coffee creamers is now available for purchase at grocery stores nationwide with a suggested retail price of $3.99. To find a particular flavors availability, the brand is encouraging consumers to visit the Where to Buy section on Baileys Creamers’ website.

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