May, 2010

 

KooLoos BBQ Front tn Snacks with Honey: KooLoos Honey B B QAs the largest manufacturer and distributor of Edamame food products in North America, Seapoint Farms knows quite a bit about innovation and bringing a unique product to market. The company’s latest innovation, KooLoos®, are a natural blend of organic roasted soybeans and organic ground flaxseed seasoned with savory ingredients and baked to produce a crunchy snack.

The innovative products come in a Honey B-B-Q variety, taking advantage of the popular spicy and sweet flavor combination to give consumers a familiar flavor with a unique product. KooLoos® Honey B-B-Q snacks are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, contain three grams of dietary fiber per serving, and are a good source of soy protein. The KooLoos® line also comes in Original and Salsa varieties.

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ServeImage Snacks with Honey: Wheatables® Toasted Honey WheatOne of the fastest growing trends in the baking and snack industries is the use of whole wheat flour to offer more fiber and nutritional benefits in a variety of foods. This trend has impacted all segments of the baking and snack industry, from cookies and crackers to breads and rolls.

However, with added whole wheat flour comes the sometimes bitter flavor notes of this ingredient. Fortunately, snack food manufacturers can use honey to mask the off-flavors of whole wheat flour and enhance the taste of any product.

Kellogg’s Wheatable® Crackers brand is positioned for consumers seeking an oven-baked cracker made with a combination of whole wheat flour and enriched flour. The Wheatables brand portfolio contains a Toasted Honey Wheat product made with honey, and also containing no cholesterol or trans fat.In addition to promoting the honey’s usage in the name of the product, the packaging also prominently features a honey dipper.

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Social media and social networking tools have become indispensable resources for many in the food industry, creating that sought-after buzz about a product, service or brand. The National Honey Board (NHB) uses these social media platforms to position honey as the pure and natural sweetener.

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