The combined forces of BevNET and Project NOSH descended on the Fancy Food Show in Manhattan a couple of weeks ago, and while the beverage team has already given its take, let’s face it — there’s a heck of a lot more solids on display in the aisle than liquids.
At this year’s Summer Fancy Foods Show there were numerous product trends spotted on the floor. We polled some of the industry’s leading experts to check in about what they saw (and didn’t see) on the show floor.
At this past week’s Summer Fancy Food Show, there were speciality foods of all shapes, flavors and dietary needs. But among the all the brands, certain trends stood out to the Project NOSH team. While “spreads” at this show have always been prevalent, they’re now taking different form factors and moving beyond the basic jams and caramels of years past.
Taza Chocolate, a pioneering bean-to-bar maker of organic stone ground chocolate based in Somerville, MA, will showcase three irresistible new Amaze Bars at Specialty Food Association’s Summer Fancy Food Show
Rushdi Foods Industries, Ltd., plans to launchMighty Sesame Co. tahini, a creamy tahini condiment in a ready-to-use, squeezable bottle, at this summer’s Fancy Foods show in New York City. The new product is designed to infuse meals with ethnically inspired taste.
Shah Trading Company will exhibit its new Dunya Harvest brand at the 2016 Summer Fancy Food Show (SFFS) by the Specialty Food Association. Dunya Harvest will showcase its extensive line of authentic and healthy world cuisine pantry staples.
La Panzanella® Artisanal Foods Co., maker of America’s number one specialty food cracker, introduces Croccantini® Bites, ideal for today’s on-the-go generation seeking healthy, natural and palate-pleasing snacks. The new Croccantini Bites will launch in June with three bold flavors and a newly-designed 4.75-ounce re-sealable, stand-up pouch at a suggested retail price of $3.99.