We’re now in the thick of the busy holiday shopping season and plenty of new products are hitting brick-and-mortar store shelves as well as online retailers, from wellness offerings to on-the-go meals and snacks. Check out the gallery below to see some of the month’s notable new products, including coffee launches from ThinkNOO and illy, plant-based meals from Gabriella’s Kitchen and seasonal offerings from Siete and Supernatural.
Tofu and plant-based food maker Nasoya debuted two varieties of its new Superfood Skillets, a meal-on-the-go line made with tofu and containing 19-20 grams of protein. The brand also updated the recipe for its Asian style wraps, which are now vegan.
Native State launched rebranded packaging this month, adding new graphics and individual flavor callouts. The brand also changed the name of its Breakfast Energy Bites to Superfood Bites in order to include new snacking occasions.
The latest launch from Clio Snacks is Greek Yogurt Minis, a miniature version of its chocolate-covered Greek yogurt bars, which come in Vanilla, Strawberry, Peanut Butter and Salted Caramel flavors. An 8-count box retails for $5.49 at Jewel Osco (Midwest), Shaw’s (Northeast), Hannaford (Northeast), Safeway (Northwest), and select Walmart stores nationwide.
Bada Bean Bada Boom
Bada Bean Bada Boom expanded its line of bean snacks to include two new flavors: Zesty Ranch and Sweet Onion & Mustard. The new varieties can be purchased on Amazon and the brand’s website for $3.99 per 3 oz. bag and $1.99 per 1 oz. bag.
Gabriella’s Kitchen released a new line of plant-based Hemp Bowls in four varieties: Chunky Chickpea & Squash, Farro & Tuscan Style Veg, Pea Pesto & Roasted Veg and Loaded Lentil & Mushroom. The new Hemp Bowls contain cold-pressed hemp seed oil, hemp seed protein and hemp hearts.
Functional food and beverage brand JOYA launched this month with the release of elixirs, herbal teas and a line of dark chocolate bars sweetened with coconut sugar, available online for $62 per 12-pack.
Functional lozenge brand Kindroot announced its launch this month with the debut of its Kindroot Adaptogems line. The lozenges, available in Glow, Focus, Mood and Snooze, are currently sold online and will be expanding to select retailers in New York and Los Angeles.
Travel wellness company Local Time launched a line of micronutrient supplements designed to help traveller’s beat jet lag by supporting immunity and hydration. Local Time’s Flight Pack of its four formulas contains enough product to cover a round trip, sold on the brand’s website for $47.
MeWe has looked beyond babies with the launch of two new lines of kid and adult peanut butter. The kids line contains 8 grams of protein and 24 vitamins and minerals, available in three varieties, while the adult line is currently available in Snickerdoodle flavor.
Herbal tea and supplement brand Pukka Herbs released a new line of Organic Lattes containing adaptogens and functional herbs. Two of the line’s varieties, Cacoa Maca Majesty and Turmeric Glow, are sold at Whole Foods nationwide, while Night Time is sold online and at select natural retailers.
Wellness brand Kencko launched three new flavors of its flash-frozen smoothie packets, Rubies (Balance), Aquamarines (Endurance) and Ambers (Repair), now available online. The brand also expanded its wellness platform with the launch of its Nutritionist on Call Service, available with subscription purchases.
Siete has released a new seasonal product: mini buñuelos (fried tortillas) topped with cinnamon and coconut sugar. The grain-free Mini Cinnamon Crisp Tortilla Chips can be found in Wheatsville in the Austin, Texas area and Erewhon in the Los Angeles area, as well as online.
Supernatural launched Ugly Xmas Sweater, the brand’s first seasonal sprinkles. The holiday-shaped cake decorations are free from artificial dyes and palm oil, sold on Amazon for $7.99 per 3 oz. bottle.
ThinkNOO has launched new Colombian coffee sachets, developed in partnership with researchers at Australia’s University of Queensland. The sachets come in two varieties: The Zen Keto, which contains MCT powder and CBD, and The Fat Mocha. A 5-pack of sachets is available for $12.50 on the brand’s website.
Intelligentsia x Goodmylk Co.
Intelligentsia collaborated with Goodmylk Co. on its new Black Cat Instant Latte. The new launch combines Intelligentsia’s Black Cat Classic espresso, and a blend of Brazilian and Costa Rican coffees along with powdered almond latte creamer.
Small batch barbecue sauce brand Banchan’s announced its launch this month. The California-based brand’s Japanese Barbecue Sauce is now available at Bay Area independent and natural retailers for a suggested retail price of $9.99 per bottle.
Keto cereal brand Catalina Crunch launched a new Chocolate Banana flavor, containing 10 grams of protein and 12 grams of carbs per serving. The new flavor is available in four 9 oz. resealable pouches for $49, or for a monthly subscription of four bags for $39.
Pasta brand Taste Republic debuted new packaging for its pasta offerings including fusilli, tortelloni and lasagna that highlight that the products are grain and gluten free.
Coffee brand illy expanded its single origin Arabica Selection line with the launch of Arabica Selection India, containing notes of black pepper and extra dark chocolate. The new variety is sold online and in illy stores for $14.99 per 250 g whole bean cans and 18-packs of Iperespresso capsules for $18.99.
BOU collaborated with “Chopped” winner Chef Palak Patel to create an Indian Curry Cube, containing spices such as turmeric, cardamom and curry leaves. The new launch is available exclusively through Peapod for $18 per 6-pack.