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MoonPie, White Coffee serve up flavored coffee line

BY Allison Cerra

LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. — Chattanooga Bakery’s iconic MoonPie snack has partnered with White Coffee to offer a line of MoonPie-inspired flavored coffees.

New MoonPie coffees are packaged in 10-oz. bags featuring the bright, "retro" half-moon logo and cherished cookie sandwich on the front. The four varieties — including chocolate, vanilla, banana and mint — are available nationwide in retail outlets at a suggested retail price of $5.99 to $6.99 per lb.

"Chattanooga Bakery has leveraged its MoonPie standard and now includes White Coffee in the process," White Coffee EVP Jonathan White said. "With a new packaging launch this summer and now a licensed gourmet coffee, the brand is well-positioned to obtain even greater success."

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Clif’s seasonal flavors return for limited time

BY Allison Cerra

EMERYVILLE, Calif. — Clif Bar is bringing its iced gingerbread, peppermint stick and spice pumpkin pie energy bars to store shelves.

The three seasonal flavors, which join 16 year-round flavors, deliver Clif’s athlete-crafted blend of carbohydrates, protein and fiber for sustained energy. Made with 70% organic ingredients, the limited-edition bars are available now nationwide while supplies last for a suggested retail price of $1.39 per bar.

"Clif bar fans tell us they look forward to the arrival of our limited-edition flavors as they mark the start of the much anticipated winter sports season," Clif Bar brand director Carly Lutz said. "The classic holiday flavors evoke memories of their favorite seasonal pastimes and create excitement for upcoming outdoor adventures."

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‘Top Chef Canada’ host Lisa Ray named Pantene Beautiful Lengths ambassador in Canada

BY Antoinette Alexander

TORONTO — Procter & Gamble’s hair care brand Pantene has announced that Canadian actress, philanthropist and star Lisa Ray is the new Pantene Beautiful Lengths ambassador in Canada; who will encourage Canadians to grow and share their hair for cancer.

Since 2008, Pantene Beautiful Lengths has inspired Canadians to grow, cut and donate their healthy-looking hair to provide real-hair wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments — at no cost.

Ray, an award-winning actress and performer, has starred in Canada’s Oscar-nominated film, “Water,” among other credits and is currently the host of Food Network Canada’s series, “Top Chef Canada.”

“Lisa is a perfect fit for the Pantene Beautiful Lengths Program,” stated Esther Benzie, associate marketing director of hair care at Procter & Gamble in Canada. “Having experienced hair loss due to cancer treatment first-hand, Lisa can relate to the importance of this program in helping women regain their dignity and sense of self.”

To date, Pantene Beautiful Lengths has recevied more than 40,000 hair donations in Canada from men, women and children. The Canadian Cancer Society distributes the free wigs through their nationwide network of wig banks.

Aside from donating hair, there are other ways for Canadians to get involved and support the program:

  • From every purchase of a Pantene Beautiful Lengths product, one Canadian dollar will go to the Canadian Cancer Society;

  • For every new “like” on the Pantene Canada Facebook page, Pantene will donate one Canadian dollar to the Canadian Cancer Society; and

  • Make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society at Cancer.ca/pantene.

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