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Packaging for Folgers Instant Coffee Crystals gets new look

BY Allison Cerra

ORRVILLE, Ohio — Folgers has unveiled new packaging for its Instant Coffee Crystals.

The new consumer-friendly packaging redesign features an ergonomic shape along with a new 3-oz. size offering, which help make storage more convenient. The packaging also features an easy-open flip top lid that makes a fresh, quick cup of coffee even easier to enjoy.

"Folgers is committed to offering a wide variety of delicious, convenient coffee options no matter what the occasion," J.M. Smucker VP corporate communications Maribeth Badertscher said. "Designed with the instant coffee drinker in mind, the new look of Folgers Instant Coffee Crystals boasts the same rich, flavorful taste and aroma that consumers have always known and loved, now with the added convenience of an easy-to-grip shape and flip top lid."

The newly redesigned Folgers Instant Coffee Crystals are available in both Folgers Classic Roast and Classic Decaf varieties for a suggested retail price range of $3.49 to $3.69. Folgers Instant Coffee Crystals also are available in single-serve packets in Folgers Classic Roast (7-count package) and Decaf Roast (6-count package) varieties for approximately $1.09 each.

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Sprout Foods expands portfolio, overhauls packaging

BY Allison Cerra

BALTIMORE — Sprout Foods is adding new toddler puree snacks to its portfolio and also will introduce more convenient product packaging, the company announced at the Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore.

Joining Sprout Foods’ line of organic puree snacks are acai, raspberry, blueberry and blackcurrant. Additionally, Sprout Foods’ BPA-free, eco-friendly packaging will now feature a new choke-free, twist-off cap and dispensing spout. The cap can be used to reseal the package, and the spout encourages independence and self-feeding, the company said.

Sprout Foods’ new packaging and products will appear on store shelves this fall.

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Report: Supervalu pulling Save-A-Lot banner out of Pacific Northwest

BY Michael Johnsen

PORTLAND, Ore. — Supervalu will be exiting both the Washington and Oregon markets, according to a report published in the Portland Business Journal on Thursday.

The store closures will include eight of the 22 Save-A-Lot stores Supervalu had announced would close on Sept. 6, according to the report.

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