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Cape Cod adds waves to potato chip lineup

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Cape Cod potato chips announced an expansion to its product line by introducing a new variety of the crunchy snack that has become synonymous with the brand. The Hyannis-Mass.-based company unveiled its latest innovation, the waves potato chips.

Available in three flavors — sea salt, reduced fat sea salt and white cheddar and sour cream — the chips come in a thick-sliced, wavy-cut shape that offers an extra crunch to hold up any type of dip.

“Inspired by the waves of Cape Cod and the delicious marriage of our kettle cooked chips and your favorite dip, new waves potato chips are a natural addition to the Cape Cod potato chip family,” Laura Merritt, Cape Cod potato chips VP of Marketing, said. “We’ve taken pride in our brand promise to consistently develop distinctly high-quality snacks that deliver on taste, crunch and flavor, and our new Cape Cod waves potato chips are no exception.”

All of the brand’s products are created with hand-selected potatoes, vegetable oil and salt before being sliced thin and cooked at cooked in custom kettles that allow for careful monitoring of flavor, texture and quality, the company said.

The waves potato chips can be purchased for the suggested retail price of $3.79 in grocery stores nationwide, including Publix, Harris Teeter, Walmart and Stop & Shop among others. Further product information can be found on the company’s website or social media channels.

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Bolthouse Farms goes plant-based with 1915 Organic juices

BY Gisselle Gaitan

As part of its portfolio expansion, Bolthouse Farms is adding a plant-based and cold-pressed line of beverages to its 1915 Organic line of products. The Bakersfield, Calif.-based company announced the launch of protein plant-forward drinks from the brand that are created with pea protein.

In addition to launching the new beverage offerings, the company also is debuting sustainable and environmentally-friendly bottles that use 25% less plastic.

“More people are making better-for-you, sustainable food choices,” Todd Putman, general manager of C-Fresh, said. “Our new 1915 Organic beverages were created in response to consumers’ growing demand for accessible, great-tasting, plant-based nutrition that balances protein and sugar.”

1915 Organic’s line of non-dairy drinks were created for consumers who were looking for a product that provided more protein and less sugar and fewer calories, the company said. The protein drinks contain 12 grams of pea-protein, nine grams of sugar, have no more than 160 calories, and come in four flavors – protein vanilla, protein chocolate and protein coffee.

1915 Organic also is launching two cold-pressed juices that contain seven ingredients, no sugar and come in two options:

  • Organic cucumber a green juice made with leafy green vegetables and also include ginger and moringa; and
  • Organic watermelon blends together watermelon and lemon.

The USDA certified organic offerings are vegan, non-GMO and packaged in 12-oz. bottles that retail for $3.99 each. The beverages will be located in the refrigerated produce section at retailers such as Kroger and Meijer.

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3M intros heavy duty Post-it Extreme Notes

BY Gisselle Gaitan

3M is looking to make communicating, no matter what the weather, easier for all who use its Post-it Brand products. The St. Paul, Minn.-based company has launched its latest product, the Post-it Extreme Notes. Created with ultra-strong dura-hold paper and adhesive, the product is designed to stick on tough, textured and curved surfaces while withstanding tough weather conditions.

“Dependable communication is key for productive, accurate work and timely results, yet our research uncovered that 82% of workers outside the office experience challenges with non-verbal communication,” Remi Kent, global business director, Post-it Brand said. “After years of leading the market in office communication, Post-it Extreme Notes were developed specifically for this need outside of traditional offices. This new tool can get messages across, even in the toughest conditions.”

The extreme notes also can stick on surfaces found on job sites in construction, food service, manufacturing and in-home surfaces such as freezers, boiler rooms, garages and bathrooms, the company said. Due to the dura-hold paper and adhesive, the paper securely sticks on the intended surfaces and is able to withstand temperatures that range from 0 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

3M’s Post-it Extreme Notes will be available for purchase in retailers such as Target, Walmart and wherever else the brand’s products are currently sold. The notes will come in three and 12-packs of 3×3-in.-sized paper. Further product information, including pricing, can be found on Post-it’s website.

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