Specialty Food Magazine

JUL-AUG 2013

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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Route 11 Kettle Cooked Potato Chips. Route 11 has a lot to celebrate: Last November it became the second potato chip producer to have its chips non-GMO certified. This came on the heels of becoming the first to use unrefined sea salt for its Lightly Salted Potato Chips and Sweet Potato Chips. The "real" salt gives the chips a unique flavor and retains minerals that typically get lost during the refining process. The company's unique flavors—dill pickle, Chesapeake crab and Mama Zuma's Revenge—continue to sell like hotcakes, but a new variety on the horizon, salt and pepper, may give these champs a run for their money. rt11.com @ Kara Mayer Robinson is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Parents, Emmy and Time Out New York. ™ No Added Salt, Preservatives or MSG 15 Gluten Free Varieties About 3 iN 0 uteS MiN Way Better Snacks Tortilla Chips. This new line of tortilla chips uses germinated and sprouted ingredients like flaxseed, chia seeds, quinoa, black beans, broccoli seeds and daikon radish seeds to bump up the health quotient. Why germination and sprouting? Because although seeds, grains and beans are naturally packed with nutrients, they're also difficult to digest and have low nutrient absorption. The germination and sprouting process takes care of that. These tortilla chips pack in a minimum of 17 grams of whole grains per serving. They're also certified non-GMO and gluten-free. DISCOVER OTHER SALTY They come in six varieties ranging from available on CHIPS the market Simply Sweet Potato to Simply Sweet at specialtyfood.com/ onlinehighlights. Chili. gowaybetter.com Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 4121 HAPPiNeSS Simply7 Pomegranate Chips. It's a pink chip. But what would you expect from a product made with pomegranate, the antioxidant powerhouse? With robust flavor and vitamins galore, this new chip, introduced last summer, lives up to the "seven core standards" of Simply7: simple ingredients, no trans fat or cholesterol, no artificial flavors or colors, no additives or preservatives, glutenfree ingredients, an all-natural recipe and delicious flavor. Available in sea salt, black pepper and white cheddar, these chips have a salty-sweetness not found in most snack chips. Leave it to the pomegranate. simply7snacks.com Gluten Free Low Sodium introducing our newest addition to the family... arizona sunset enchilada soup mix™ frontiersoups.com 800.253.0550 Waukegan, illinois Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 4120 JULY/AUGUST 2013 105

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