Press ECS to exit
Zoom
CENTER STORE

Turkey Hill unveils fruit-infused bars, parfaits

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Turkey Hill is bringing dessert on a stick and in a cup to consumers. The Lancaster County, Pa.-based company has unveiled two new product innovations — its first in more than 10 years — that are sure to please those who have a sweet tooth.

The brand’s new Decadent Delights features treats blended with premium ice cream and an abundance of fruit to create a four-flavor selection of bars and three offerings of individual-serving parfaits.

“Ice cream is a treat, and that’s what Decadent Delights is meant to be. It’s made for people who are passionate about good food,” Turkey Hill president John Cox said. “Each flavor is brimming with fruit, which makes these an extra special treat for fans of fruit flavors.”

Each of Turkey Hill’s decadent delights offerings are packed with fruit, chocolate and premium ingredients, and come in several flavor options. The bars will come in — chocolate covered strawberry, coconut, tropical mango and cherry.

The parfaits are to feature ice cream swirled with ribbons of fruit puree topped with whipped topping and chocolate chips. The product will come in mixed berry, strawberry and lemon blueberry flavors.

Decadent Delights bars and parfaits are available for purchase in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and Washington D.C., in select locations. The products also will hit Kroger shelves in Michigan, Ohio, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

keyboard_arrow_downCOMMENTS

Leave a Reply

No comments found

TRENDING STORIES

Polls

Which area of the industry do you think Amazon's entry would shake up the most?
CENTER STORE

Arctic Zero intros low calorie, light ice cream line

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Arctic Zero, a brand that introduced its better-for-you ice cream offerings eight years ago, is expanding its portfolio with a new innovation. The San Diego-based company has unveiled its Arctic Zero light ice cream, which is made with real milk and cream and contains 280-to-360 calories per pint.

The brand’s latest offering is sweetened with cane sugar and does not contain sugar alcohols, corn syrup or other questionable sweeteners.

“We heard our consumers loud and clear — even with indulgence, clean ingredients matter,” Amit Pandhi, CEO of Arctic Zero, said. “Sweeteners are a significant issue of concern and conversation for consumers. Many of the lower calorie ice creams in the category use questionable sweeteners like sugar alcohols that can cause bloating and digestion issues. Arctic Zero light ice cream is naturally sweetened with cane sugar. We want people to feel good after indulging.”

Arctic Zero’s light ice cream will come in seven flavors, which include:

  • Cookies and cream features chocolate ice cream sandwich cookies mixed with vanilla ice cream in a 90-calorie serving;
  • Chocolate chunk contains chocolate ice cream blended with chocolate chunks from Italian chocolatiers and contains only 80 calories per serving;
  • Peanut butter and chocolate cookies is created with peanut butter light ice cream, chocolate cookies and swirled peanut butter;
  • Mint and chocolate cookie contains fudge-covered chocolate cookies and has 90 calories;
  • Vanilla bean is sprinkled with Madagascar vanilla beans and contains 70 calories per serving;
  • Cookie and brownie dough features vanilla light ice cream and has less than a third of the calories of similar offerings; and
  • Toffee crunch has vanilla light ice cream, caramel swirls, chunks of toffee and 90 calories.

“While many people — particularly those with dietary restrictions — love our original whey protein-based, lactose-free Arctic Zero frozen dessert, others were looking for something more indulgent with a taste and texture like premium ice cream. In the spirit of ‘no taste bud left behind’ we set out to create a revolutionary everyday indulgence — a low-calorie ice cream that delights and truly satisfies,” said Pandhi.

Arctic Zero’s light ice cream will be available at natural and traditional grocers beginning spring 2018, in colorful packaging. Further product information can be found on the company’s website and social media channels.

keyboard_arrow_downCOMMENTS

Leave a Reply

No comments found

TRENDING STORIES

Polls

Which area of the industry do you think Amazon's entry would shake up the most?
CENTER STORE

Yuengling goes for the gold with new pilsner

BY Gisselle Gaitan

A new core product that has been 17 years in the making has come to D.G. Yuengling and Son. The Pottsville, Pa.-based company unveiled its latest innovation, the Golden Pilsner, which is crafted with hops and malt for a smooth, crisp taste.

“Yuengling Golden Pilsner is our unique interpretation of a refreshing pilsner, with all of the qualities consumers have come to expect from Yuengling in a beer that is highly sessionable and full of flavor,” Jen Yuengling, 6th generation brewer, D.G. Yuengling and Son, said. “We continue to listen to our fans and we saw an opportunity to deliver a new Yuengling beer that complements our core portfolio of iconic beers including Traditional Lager, Light Lager, and Black & Tan.”

Containing 4.7% ABV and 135 calories, the brand’s latest addition is an all-malt beer that combines pale, specialty malts, Hallertau and Saaz hops.

“We spent over 18 months developing this beer and believe it is a great choice for outdoor, social and active occasions. We’re excited for consumers to try it,” the brewing company said.

Beginning April 1, the Golden Pilsner will be available in both cans and bottles in several markets, including Cleveland, Harrisburg and Schuylkill County, Pa., Atlanta, Virginia Beach, VA. and Rhode Island. In April and May, the beverage will expand throughout Florida and Georgia, and by the end of the year, it will be available across the brand’s 22-state footprint.

Further product information can be found on the company’s website, Facebook and Instagram pages.

keyboard_arrow_downCOMMENTS

Leave a Reply

No comments found

TRENDING STORIES

Polls

Which area of the industry do you think Amazon's entry would shake up the most?