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Tic Tac Mixers debuts piña colada flavor

BY David Salazar
PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Tic Tac’s sub-brand Tic Tax Mixers is getting tropical with its new flavor. The piña colada flavor, which combines coconut and pineapple, joins the cherry cola and peach lemonade Tic Tac Mixers flavors. 
 
“We're excited to bring a little summer to our fans with new Piña Colada flavor Tic Tac Mixers,” Tic Tac VP marketing Todd Midura said. “With our Tic Tac Mixers, we look to give our customers something new and unexpected from our traditional Tic Tac products, and we know this new tropical flavor delivers.”
 
The new flavor is available in 60-piece count format. 
 
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Redd’s Wicked launches strawberry-kiwi flavor

BY David Salazar
CHICAGO — MillerCoors’ hard cider brand Redd’s Wicked on Tuesday announced the return of its limited-release series, kicking it off with the introduction of Redd’s Wicked Strawberry Kiwi. The flavor hit shelves March 1. 
 
"Redd's Wicked was created for guys who want to kick off their night with a bang. With bold new flavors like Strawberry Kiwi, Redd's Wicked is the perfect drink to satisfy their craving," Redd’s brand family senior marketing manager Lisa Rudman said. "We're excited to welcome Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi to the family and to help our fans ramp up for whatever their night might bring."
 
The brand also will be re-releasing its blood orange flavor later this year. The strawberry-kiwi flavor will be available in 24- and 15-oz. cans, as well as 12-packs of 10-ox. Cans. 
 
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Annie Chun’s refreshes brand, expands offerings

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Pan-Asian snack and meal company Annie Chun’s has unveiled a new look for its brand, as well as new products ahead of Natural Products Expo West, which will be held from March 10-12. 
 
The company is rolling out its Asian Entrees, as well as sea salt and sea salt and vinegar varieties of its Organic Seaweed Snacks. 
 
"At Annie Chun's, we're responding to the growing demand for shelf-stable Asian foods and snack options that not only taste good but are better-for-you," Annie Chun’s head of corporate marketing and planning Nayoung Shin said "We're taking bigger strides by providing customers with more flavors of our popular Organic Seaweed Snacks and introducing new Asian Entrees that are not only deliciously packed with high-fiber grains and vegetables, but also made with non-GMO and gluten-free ingredients. Our expanded line provides more choices for those with dietary restrictions since we know it's difficult to find Asian options in this category."  
 
Products in the Asian Entrees line are gluten-free and non-GMO Project Verified, and they come in three varieties: red curry, green curry and sesame soy noodle. These will retail for $2.99. The new seaweed snack varieties, set to retail for $1.99 are gluten-free, dairy-free and certified vegan. 
 
Annie Chun’s currently has products in such retailers as Gelson’s, King Sooper’s, Publix, SuperTarget and Whole Foods.
 
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