Tribe Mediterranean Foods’ hummus earns recognition from Cooking Light
TAUNTON, Mass. Tribe Mediterranean Foods is getting recognition for its all-natural hummus.
Editors at Cooking Light magazine named Tribe’s hummus the grand prize winner for its nutritional benefits and taste. Tribe features a full line of all-natural hummus, including a combination of 14 delicious flavors and four organic varieties. Tribe Origins, the new all-natural, smooth and creamy style hummus, is available in four unique flavors: classic, spicy red pepper, tomato and veggie, and zesty spice and garlic.
"At Tribe, we believe that healthy, nutritious food can and should also be delicious," said Carlos Canals, president of Tribe Mediterranean Foods. "To receive recognition from a well-respected and trusted publication, such as Cooking Light, is a great validator in what we’re passionate about — you don’t have to sacrifice great flavor when you’re eating healthy."
Tribe hummus is available at major grocers nationwide, as well as at most natural food stores.
Wasa gets flat, crispy
CHICAGO Wasa is expanding with a line of thin, whole-grain crackers.
Wasa’s new thin and crispy flatbreads are available in original, rosemary and sesame, making them ideal for entertaining or as a wholesome snack.
"At Wasa, we take pride in offering healthy products made only with simple, all-natural ingredients that help people in their quest to eat well and live better," said Kirk Trofholz, president of Wasa North America. "We believe the new Wasa thin and crispy flatbreads will appeal to a broad audience and offer unlimited options for healthy snacks and alternative meal accompaniments."
The new line is available next month in stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $2.99.
Frito-Lay to take noise out of SunChips bags
PLANO, Texas After launching eco-friendly bags for its SunChips brand, Frito-Lay again is looking to revamp the packaging.
According to a report by USA Today, Frito-Lay said it is removing the noisy material found in the compostable bags. While they are environmentally friendly, the bags have received negative customer feedback.
"Clearly, we received consumer feedback that it was noisy," said Frito-Lay spokeswoman Aurora Gonzalez. "We recognized from the beginning that the bag felt, looked and sounded different. We are on a journey with compostable packaging."