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Dr. Sears Family Essentials introduces new Popumz flavors

BY Allison Cerra

IRVINE, Calif. — A line of popped whole grain crisps has expanded to include three new varieties.

Dr. Sears Family Essentials’ Popumz now includes barbecue, ranch and cheddar varieties. The all-natural crisps are packed with protein, fiber and omega-3 DHA, the company said. The new flavors join the current lineup of sweet Popumz flavors of chocolate, vanilla and caramel.

The new Popumz crisps will retail for $3.99 per box of five 0.75-oz., single-serve bags.

Dr. Sears Family Essentials products are available nationwide at The Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, independent natural health retailers and such grocery retailers as H-E-B, Meijer and Fred Meyer.

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Mini Babybel introduces white cheddar, sharp original flavors

BY Allison Cerra

CHICAGO — The Laughing Cow’s brand of portion-controlled snack cheeses are available in two additional flavors.

The company’s Mini Babybel line now includes white cheddar and sharp original varieties. Both cheeses are packaged in wax wrapping for on-the-go convenience.

Mini Babybel’s line includes original, light, Gouda, cheddar and bonbel cheeses.

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Nathan’s Famous beefs up hot dog offering

BY Allison Cerra

CHICAGO — Nathan’s Famous has introduced Angus beef hot dogs for the grilling season.

"Consumers love Angus beef, and now they can choose Nathan’s Famous hot dogs made from all Angus beef, too," said Janet Sweeney, marketing director for Specialty Foods Group, which handles retail sales for Nathan’s Famous hot dogs. "It’s all about giving consumers the choices they want as we kick off the grilling season."

The new Angus beef franks come in a 14-oz., seven-link package with a black label to signify Black Angus beef. The suggested retail price is $5.99.

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