With more than 800 exhibiting companies at the IDDBA 2022 show, one roundup of new and innovative products wasn’t enough. Click through for nine more products from the show floor.
Tater Kegs’ jumbo stuffed tater tots are “what every tater tot wants to be when it grows up,” a spokesperson for the Shakopee, Minn.-based company told WGB. Ideal as a side or appetizer, the tots come in nine flavors, including Bacon Cheddar + Chive, Bacon Jalapeno, Crab Feast, Breakfast Skillet and The Reuben.
Rutherford, N.J.-based Esti Foods, which makes plant-based meats and meals as well as Mediterranean dips and spreads and Greek yogurt, teases a new Less Sugar Cafe Line of yogurt made with zero percent milkfat. The all-natural, gluten-free yogurt will come in Chai Tea, Rose Latte, Espresso, Caffe Mocha and Caramel Macchiato flavors.
Mama Geraldine’s Cheese Straws and new Pecan Cheddar Crispies are sold in the deli and can be used in charcuterie trays, a spokesperson for the Jasper, Ga.-based company spokesperson told WGB. The Cheese Straws come in Aged Cheddar, Parmesan Herb, Pimento Cheese, Chipotle Cheddar, Gluten-Free Aged Cheddar and Gluten-Free Parmesan Herb flavors.
Family owned Byrnes & Kiefer Co.’s Whoopie Pies now come in new flavors such as Key Lime, Graham, Orange Cream and Strawberry With Vanilla Filling. Additional flavors include Double Chocolate, Red Velvet With Vanilla, Banana With Vanilla Filling, Chocolate With Peppermint Filling, Red Velvet With Vanilla Filling and Pumpkin With Vanilla Filling. The Evans City, Pa.-based company offers its Whoopie Pies in six- and 12-count packs as well as a “large” size for grab-and-go.
Italy-based cured meat producer Veroni introduced its new antibiotic-free charcuterie line at the IDDBA show. Varieties will include Prosciutto Italiano, Salame Milano and Salame Calabrese—all of which will come in 3-ounce and 4-ounce single packs as well as a pairing in the Antipasto Italiano tray. The meat used to produce the line comes from pigs raised by family-owned farms, the company said.
New Windsor, N.Y.-based Cafe Spice, maker of global ready meals, has launched Naan Toasties, which blend Indian street food with American grilled cheese. Flavors include Chicken Tikka, Cauli Tikka and Chutney Chicken.
U.K.-based Genius has released two new loafs: Dutch and Country. Each loaf has 5 to 8 grams of protein per serving. All of the company’s products are prebiotic to promote gut health. Its products also are gluten-free, dairy-free, low in sugar.
West Nyack, N.Y.-based Abe’s displayed new limited-edition Banana Chip Muffins in partnership with the “Minions” movie. The school-friendly treats are vegan as well as dairy-, soy-, sesame-, tree nut- and peanut-free.
Salinas, Calif.-based Taylor Farms has launched four new Chopped Salad Kits: Roasted Garlic, Tangerine Crunch, Steakhouse Wedge and Salsa Ranch. They are 100% free from artificial ingredients and come in 6-, 12.35- and 13.35-ounce packages.