New Food and Beverage Product Launches, April 4 – 8

From sugar-free syrup and better-for-you desserts to nut-free parmesan alternatives, here’s a look at this week’s new food and beverage products.

SweetLeaf: Salted Caramel Stevia Syrup

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SweetLeaf added Salted Caramel Flavored Stevia Syrup to its line of all-natural stevia and monk fruit sweeteners. The new zero-sugar syrup makes a great addition to breakfast favorites like pancakes, waffles, and oatmeal.

All SweetLeaf Stevia Syrups are available for purchase online, priced at $7.49 per 12 fl oz bottle. 

Parma!: New Vegan Parmesan Flavors

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As part of a new line of nut-free products, Parma! recently launched two dairy-free parmesan alternatives in Jalapeno Bacon and Garlic Basil flavors.

The new products are made with organic pumpkin seeds rather than walnuts. All Parma! flavors are paleo and keto-friendly, dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free, non-GMO, and certified kosher.

Nut-free parmesan alternatives are now available online in 3.5 oz and 7 oz jars.

Supplier Catalog - Drive EHSEnlightened: Greek Yogurt Cheesecakes

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Enlightened just added Greek Yogurt Cheesecakes, in Original and Dark Chocolate flavors, to its line of frozen mini cheesecakes. 

The new cheesecakes contain up to 50% less sugar than traditional cheesecakes. They’re available online and through select retailers for a suggested price of $5.99 per box of two mini cheesecakes.

GoodPop: Gluten-Free Oatmilk Frozen Dessert Sandwiches

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GoodPop put a better-for-you spin on a classic with its Chocolate Vanilla Sandwiches, the first-ever gluten-free oatmilk frozen dessert sandwich. 

The new product is kosher and 100% plant-based, made with fair trade and non-GMO ingredients, and contains just 110 calories and 8 grams of sugar per sandwich. Consumers can pick up a box of four sandwiches for $4.99 – $5.99 through their local grocery retailer.