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Without Trade Show Presence, Snack Companies Continue To Debut New Nut-Based Snacks

June 9, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Despite the coronavirus cancelation of several trade shows traditionally important to new product introductions, snack makers are riding a wave of innovation in nut snacks and butters as they seek to fill consumer demand for better-for-you snacks. Among the new nut-based snacks and butters are: Blüm Toasty Almonds (Chico Nut Co., Calif.) in five kit varieties (e.g., cinnamon spice, cocoa espresso, etc.) all designed to be oven-baked with almond oil; BNutty gourmet peanut butter with organic raspberries and white chocolate; Jake’s Nut Roasters (Jasper Specialty Foods, Calif.) in six varieties (e.g., barbecue, bleu cheese cracked pepper, bloody Mary, etc.); a bourbon-baked pecan nut mix from Nodder Snacks (Ga.); Nubu Nut Butter Bites (Mount Franklin Foods, Texas), a better-for-you snack that combines nuts with peanut butter; and Nut Butter Protein Bars from Boulder, Colo.-based Bobo’s, launched nationwide exclusively in Whole Foods Market. [Image Credit: © Chico Nut Company]
Donna Berry, "Nut innovation accelerating in snacks, butters", Food Business News, June 09, 2020, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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