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Red Smith Foods to launch pickled sausage snack

BY Allison Cerra

DAVIE, Fla. Red Smith Foods is launching its newest pickled snack food.

Red Smith Foods’ single-serve pickled sausage debuted at a festival in Deerfield Beach, Fla., the company said.

“In today’s hurried lifestyle, people want conveniently packaged snacks,” said Jonathan Foster, Red Smith Foods VP. “Pickled sausages are a regional delicacy enjoyed throughout the South. The single-serve sausages are made from the same recipe as our best-selling Big John’s sausages sold in gallon jars throughout Florida.”

The snacks are sold at Walmart, Food Lion, Sweatbay, grocery and convenience stores, as well as such warehouse clubs as Sam’s Club, BJ’s and Costco. For more information, visit RedSmithFoods.com.

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New Milky Way bar focuses on caramel

BY Allison Cerra

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. Mars has rolled out a new Milky Way product for fans seeking the ultimate caramel experience.

Milky Way Simply Caramel bar now is available nationwide. Featuring Milky Way chocolate and creamy caramel, the new product can be found at stores throughout the country, including club, convenience, grocery and drug stores, as well as mass, specialty and value retailers.

“The Milky Way brand Simply Caramel bar is a delicious addition to our Milky Way brand family that really makes the caramel the star,” said Debra Sandler, chief consumer officer for Mars Chocolate North America. “Our new Simply Caramel bar celebrates consumers’ love for the Milky Way bar and their love for rich, luscious caramel, to provide the ultimate smooth and creamy snacking experience.”

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P&G recalls lots of Iams cat food

BY Allison Cerra

CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble voluntarily recalled specific lots of its Iams canned cat food in North America for possibly containing insufficient levels of thiamine (vitamin B1).

Cats that were fed these canned products as their only food are at greater risk for developing signs of thiamine deficiency, P&G said, which can cause loss of appetite, salivation, vomiting and weight loss. This recall is limited to only Iams canned cat food distributed in North America. No other Iams pet food is involved.

Consumers who have purchased canned cat food with these codes should discard it. For further information or a product refund, call P&G toll-free at 877-340-8826.

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