Specialty Food Magazine

MAR 2012

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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PRODUCT ROUNDUP 479° Popcorn P.I.Y. Kit. Half the fun of popcorn is the popping, so 479° Popcorn has ingeniously packed together all the necessary components for making and flavoring the movie-time snack in the comfort of home with its Pop It Yourself kits. Available in Sweet + Savory and Black Truffle, the kit includes 32 ounces of organic heir- loom popcorn kernels, La Tourangelle flavored oil, gourmet seasonings and old- timey glossed paper cones for easy serving. GMO- and trans fat–free. 479popcorn.com Amazing Grazing Popcorn Ball. This huge 4-inch orb of popcorn is perfect for kids or nostalgic adults. Amazing Grazing's best-selling product has a century-old story behind it, having first appeared in 1897 at the Euclid Beach Amusement Park in Ohio. Customers can choose between All Natural and Golden Caramel (sweetened with honey). The family-run business grows its own corn to make the pop- corn products, which also include Butter Toffee Crunch and Triple Trouble Chocolate Drizzle. amazinggrazinginc.com Artisan Candies Flavored Caramel Corn. Old-fashioned style with a twist is the theme in Artisan Candies' new line of Flavored Caramel Corn. This confectioner's founding product was a family recipe for caramel, which now shines in this sweet popcorn snack. The Flavored Caramel Corn is made in small batches, using only natu- ral ingredients, including butter, brown sugar and natural flavors and no preservatives. The line of five flavors includes Salted, with a hint of vanilla; Java Almond, made with coffee and amaretto; Chocolate; Pecan Rum; and Pecan Rum with Bacon. artisancandies.com Cobra Corn's Mumbai Masala is based on a recipe from the founder's mother— which she created to combine his desire for American food with traditional Indian flavor. 40 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE ❘ specialtyfood.com Dishoom Foods Cobra Corn. Bringing a spicy, South Asian twist to an American treat, Cobra Corn's Mumbai Masala popcorn is seasoned with a blend of 10 Indian spices. With no artificial flavors or colors, Cobra Corn delivers bold taste without chemicals and additives. It also contains no trans fat, cholesterol or preservatives and is a good source of fiber. Founder Mihir Shah uses his mother's secret recipe, which she cre- ated when trying to combine his desire for American food with traditional Indian flavors. cobracorn.com Kernel Season's Popcorn Seasoning. Calling for "No More Naked Popcorn" Kernel Season's offers plenty of ways to dress up a bowl of the salty snack. Among the 17 flavorings to choose from are savory options, such as White Cheddar, Barbeque and Jalapeño, as well as sweets, like Chocolate Marshmallow, Caramel and Apple Cinnamon. Each all-natural sea- soning comes with the added benefit of fewer calories than its real counterpart. Kernel Season's also sells its own ker- nels, seasoned popcorn in sev- eral varieties, and accessories like bottled Movie Theatre Butter and even home popcorn machines. kernelseasons.com Lehi Valley Crave Canyon Popcorn. This snack maker has revital- ized the popcorn market. Bright packaging complements the five bold flavors that make up this line, each with a playful and memo- rable name. Bit O' Land & Sea is flavored with cane juice and sea salt kettle corn; From Olde England with a Kiss adds a "kiss" of anise; Hatch Has Met Its Match pairs aged white cheddar with a kick of hatch green chile; Tomato, Tomäto, Pomodoro combines sun-dried tomato, Asiago and herbs; and To Be Eaten Gingerly, Wasabi-San adds a gentle dose of ginger and wasabi. Crave Canyon popcorn uses 100 percent whole grain and non-GMO corn with little to no saturated fat and cholesterol and zero trans fats. cravecanyon.com COURTESY OF ARTISAN CANDIES

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