Leftovers takes a look at some of the product ideas that pop up everywhere. I can’t write about everything that was proposed.
Miller High Life finds something sweet in beer-infused chocolate
Miller High Life brings sweet lovers to the good life with new gourmet chocolates.
Owned by Molson Coors, the brand has partnered with chocolatier and entrepreneur Philippe Ashley to create Miller High Life Bar Snack Truffles. A collection of beer-infused chocolate treats toasts to the iconic flavors and memories made at the bar.
Chocolates come in six-packs of popular bar-flavoured snacks designed to pair with six-packs of beer. Flavors include Grilled Cheese, Lemon Pepper Chicken Wings, Pretzel Praline, Beer Nuts, Butter Popcorn, and Sweet Potato Fries. The truffle sold for $35 on his May 2nd National Truffle Day.
Each truffle flavor comes with a clever description. Lemon Pepper Chicken Wings feature a fried chicken ganache infused with lemon pepper seasoning that “makes high life bottles less grease.”
In an email to Food Dive, Miller High Life brand spokesperson Bob Vydra said:
Molson Coors and its brands are accustomed to partnering on products that bring their beers into novel categories where they can grab attention and connect with consumers. The company’s Coors Light his brew is used in quirky products such as beer-flavoured lollipops and popsicles.
Billing itself as “the champagne of beer,” Miller High Life was launched in 1903 as the flagship beer of the Miller Brewing Company. According to the brand site. It used to be included in ice cream and gingerbread bars.
— Christopher Doring
Twisted Tea is ready to take off
As summer approaches, Twisted Tea brings the familiar flavors of frozen treats to its signature hard tea.
Boston Beer’s own brand is born twisted tea rocket popInspired by red, white and blue popsicles shaped like spaceships. Limited-edition alcohol includes popsicle flavors such as lemon-lime, cherry, and blue raspberry.
“It’s a frozen tea for grown-ups. These nostalgic flavors are a huge upgrade when paired with Twisted Tea’s smooth, delicious taste of real iced tea,” said Erica Taylor, Senior Brand Director of Beverages, in a statement. said in
The Spike Tea brand has expanded its reach in recent years.Last year, Boston Beer launched Twisted Tea Sweet Tea Whiskey through a partnership with Beam Suntory. And in 2021, he’s partnering with New York City barbecue restaurant Mighty Quinn’s to launch his BBQ sauce, which is infused with drink flavors.
The hard tees segment continues to expand and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 24.7% globally through 2030. According to Grandview ResearchCoca-Cola and Molson Coors have announced the launch of Peace Hard Tea, an alcoholic version of the regional tea brand, this September.And last month, Lipton Debuting original thick tea in 4 flavors.
Popsicles in patriotic colors, a staple of summer Debuted in 1955 As a rocket-shaped bomb pop. Other brands such as Popsicle’s Firecracker followed suit.
Bomb Pop continues to innovate beyond its original offering, including flavor collaborations with Keurig Dr Pepper’s Crush and Hawaiian Punch beverages. Last year, the Popsicles Firecracker flavor appeared in Krispy Kreme Donuts.
— Chris Casey
Partake offers more treats for allergen-conscious consumers
As the weather warms up, people gather around the campfire. New launches can help people with allergies take more action.
Partake, the allergy-friendly cookie and breakfast mix brand, will add Classic Graham Crackers to its lineup in June. Sweet Square is free of the 9 major allergens and is also vegan and non-GMO.Ingredients include Partake’s gluten-free flour blend made with sorghum and oat flour, sunflower oil, and organic sugar.
Crackers are available on Target’s shelves and online through Imperfect Foods and World Market.
“Graham crackers are a summer staple and we are very excited to bring this new innovation from Partake to our customers,” said Denise Woodard, Founder and CEO of Partake, in a release. “As we expand our delicious, allergy-friendly food offerings, we are thrilled to continue our mission to make Snack Time more inclusive for people with and without dietary restrictions,” she said.
S’mores are synonymous with campfires, and June is a great time to launch.They’ve been an outdoor treat for generations, but the recipe is first printed in 1927 As part of the Wilderness Guidebook published by Girl Scouts of America. The treat has grown in popularity over the years.
According to Hershey, 60% of all consumers and 80% of households with children plan to make s’mores in the summer of 2021.
There are graham crackers on the market, people with food allergiesFew of the top 9 are allergen-free and vegan.Partake’s latest launch extends the summer treat to more consumers.
— Megan Poinsky