As autumn approaches, several of this week’s new food and beverage product launches include seasonal tastes. Sustainably packed teas and a one-of-a-kind session IPA will also be available shortly.
Hiland Dairy products include flavored milk, eggnog, and cream cheese.
Hiland Dairy released three limited seasonal milk flavors just in time for fall: Halloween EggNog, Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk, and Pumpkin Spice Milk. Each is available in 946 mL cartons for $2.56 for the Halloween EggNog and $2.69 for the flavored milk products.
Original, strawberry, honey vanilla, salted caramel, onion and chive, and garden veggie are among the six new cream cheese spreads introduced by the business. All cream cheese types are sold in 3.5 oz packets, two for $4.
Saint James Tea: Teas that are ready to drink
John M. Ferolito, co-founder of Arizona Iced Tea, is introducing Saint James Tea, a brand of organic, responsibly packaged teas, with the support of a team of entrepreneurs. Original Green Tea, Pineapple & Mango Tea, Passionfruit & Peach Tea, and Blueberry & Raspberry Tea are among the flavors available.
The preservative-free teas are packaged in 16.9 fl oz Tetra Pak containers to reduce environmental impact while increasing shelf life. The items will first be sold online and at certain Florida shops.
Vegan “Chicken” Salt and Fall Flavors: Savory Spice
Savory Spice has introduced Good on Ya vegan “chicken” salt, a plant-based alternative to their conventional chicken salt. The new product is produced from vegan “chicken” stock and features tastes such as chanterelle mushrooms, tomato powder, coconut milk, and mild curry. Good on Ya comes in a 3.5 ounce jar for $9.99 and is intended to enhance the flavor of dishes such as corn on the cob, salads, and roasted vegetables.
In addition to Spiced Carrot Mug Cake (2.4 oz, $4.49), Spiced Apple Bake (2.25 oz, $4.49), and Mulling Spices (1.55 oz – 9.3 oz, $6.99 – $23.99), the business has released Spiced Carrot Mug Cake (2.4 oz, $4.49), Spiced Apple Bake (2.25 oz, $4.49), and Mulling Spices (1.55 oz – 9.3
Session IPA by Goose Island UK and AeroFarms
The newest beer in Goose Island‘s Impossible IPA series, Hail Hydro, is created with AeroFarm‘s indoor-grown hydroponic hops. This 4.7 percent hazy session IPA has lemon and lime flavors. Customers may discover more about AeroFarms’ unique indoor vertical farming technologies by scanning a QR code on the container.
Hail Hydro is now available on Goose Island’s UK website, with six-packs of 440 mL cans beginning at £18.00.
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