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Introduces Organic Whole What Pretzel Nibblers in stores nationwide. 49 for an 8-oz. bag. Certiﬁed USDA-organic, these Nibblers are made with organic whole wheat ﬂour, organic blue agave syrup, organic expeller-pressed sunﬂower oil and organic rosemary. The unique nibbler shape makes them a portable, pop-in-your-mouth snack, according to Snyder’s of Hanover. With 2 g. of fat per serving and 120 calories, the new whole wheat nibblers join the Organic Pretzel Sticks in Honey Whole Wheat, 8 Grains and Seeds and Whole Wheat and Oat as its latest organic pretzel offering.
Learn how to build family afﬁnity for your new brands to strengthen your overall sales. 10:15 – 10:45 am Refreshment Break 10:45 – 12:00 Noon Truly Global Strategies? Speaker: J. André de Barros Teixeira, Recent Vice President, International R&D, Campbell Soup Company, Belgium, Formerly, President and General Manager, Coca-Cola, Russia With many companies increasingly globalized, there rests a potential conﬂict: these companies are striving to develop products for consumers around the globe, but consumers by their very nature are ultimately local.
Then, of course, there’s the food. Edibles ranging from standard carnival fare to ethnic specialties allow carnival-goers to enjoy old favorites and sample new treats. Similarly, recent ready-to-eat and microwavable popcorn introductions offer something for everyone, too: Savory ﬂavors for popcorn aﬁcionados; betterfor-you ingredients for health-conscious shoppers; and convenience for busy consumers. Rudolph Foods Co. Inc. knows a thing or two about zesty snacks. The Lima, Ohio-based company offers a variety of hot-and-spicy pork rinds and cracklins in its Grandpa John’s, Pepe’s El Original, Rudolph Foods and Southern Recipe lines.
Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery July 2011 by Lauren R. Hartman