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Peace Cereals

On a mission to provide delicious options and “Peace of Mind in Every Bite,” one Eugene, Ore.-based company launched a new line of granola to help consumers get a clean start to their morning.

Peace Cereal debuted five new non-GMO granolas to their product line. Each new flavor is made with whole grains, nuts and dried fruit.

Not only will you find natural, better-for-you ingredients in Peace Cereal’s new granola line, but you also will find honey. Turning toward a natural sweetener to appeal consumers’ appetites, Peace uses honey in three of its five new granolas: Honey Flax Granola, French Vanilla Granola and Maple Pecan Granola.

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Cottage Cheese with Honey

Versatile in the kitchen or consumed on its own, cottage cheese has long been a food staple in many people’s lives.

Cottage cheese can be a part of a healthy diet and a source of protein.  It also acts as a source of several essential nutrients and healthy fat content. To grow market share for this tradition product, dairy processors are turning to flavor to boost sales.

Honey pairs perfectly with cottage cheese, providing sweetness without adding any fat.

Adding honey to cottage cheese also brings in other nutritional minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium and potassium.

HP Hood Cottage Cheese recently announced the launch of Hood Cottage Cheese with Honey and Pear. Honey and Pear combines in crisp pears and honey, extending the brand’s existing product line in dairy cases throughout the Northeast.

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Pringles Honey Mustard Thursday, February 13th, 2014


These sweet and savory honey mustard chips by Pringles are made with honey, dried potatoes, vegetable oil and corn flour.

Each 15-chip serving contains 6% of the daily serving of Vitamin C and 25 grams of dietary fiber. The honey mustard chips join Pringles’ honey butter Stix in its line of made with honey products.

The Kellogg Company owns Pringles. Originally marketed as “Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips,” the brand is sold in more than 140 countries. Proctor & Gambles initially developed Pringles and sold the brand to Kellogg in 2012.

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