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So Delicious Dairy Free launches new frozen desserts

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Makers of dairy-free food and beverages So Delicious Dairy Free has announced the launch of five new frozen dessert flavors that come in coconut and cashew milk options.

“At So Delicious, good taste is everything, and the same goes for our consumers,” Lauren Start, brand manager of So Delicious Dairy Free, said. “We are excited to celebrate unique combinations of ingredients that will inspire taste buds everywhere!”

Available in limited edition packaging, the new products come in two cashew milk flavors:

  • Bananas Foster that contains banana, vanilla and chocolate chips; and
  • Peachy Maple Pecan that features Non-GMO Project Verified peaches, pecans and maple syrup.

The coconut milk flavors include:

  • Blueberry Cardamom that contains blueberries, cardamom spice and organic coconuts;
  • Cold Brew Coffee that features 100% Arabica coffee extract; and
  • Toasted Coconut Key Lime that has key lime, organic toasted coconut swirled together with coconut milk.

So Delicious Dairy Free’s new launches are dairy and soy free, non-GMO Project Verified, gluten-free, certified vegan and free of artificial flavors. All flavors are currently rolling out to retailers nationwide.

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Bud Light intros lime, orange flavored lagers

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Bud Light is adding even more citrus to its portfolio by introducing the new Bud Light Lime and Bud Light Orange.

Both lagers are brewed with real lime and orange peels and deliver a clean and crisp taste that highlights the products natural citrus flavors, the New York City-based company said.

“Our millennial consumers are eager to try new, flavored options in the light lager category. We wanted to create something new to engage with these consumers and bring them into the Bud Light family,” Andy Goeler, vice president of marketing at Bud Light, said. “Flavored beer has seen steady growth with consumers continually looking for higher quality beverages made with real, natural flavors. Bud Light Lime and Bud Light Orange answers that call and reinforces Bud Light’s commitment to quality consumers have trusted for over 35 years.”

To celebrate the launch of the lime and orange beverages, the company, which is part of the Anheuser-Busch family, will be launching two commercials titled ‘Earth” and “Taste It” that highlight how each lager is brewed with real citrus peels.

Bud Light Lime is available nationwide and Bud Light Orange will be available from April through September. Further information can be found on the company’s website or social media channels.

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Hellmann’s dives into the ketchup game

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Hellmann’s, a brand that is most notably known for its mayonnaise products, has expanded its portfolio by introducing its first-ever ketchup product.

Available at retailers nationwide, Hellmann’s Real Ketchup Sweetened only with Honey is created with six ingredients tomato puree, honey, white wine vinegar, spices onion powder and salt. The product has no artificial ingredients or preservatives and uses non-GMO sourced ingredients, the Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based company said.

“Over time, food has continued to evolve and it’s time for ketchup to evolve too,” Russel Lilly, marketing director of Hellmann’s, said. “We saw this as an opportunity to elevate an American staple by stripping it down to only the most essential ingredients. We’re giving people a choice when it comes to feeding themselves and their families with a brand they know and trust.”

Hellmann’s Real Ketchup Sweetened only with Honey can be found in the condiment aisle in 14-oz., 20-oz. and 32-oz. bottles. More information and recipes can be found on the company’s website.

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