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Bomani Cold Buzz

$3.99 per 11-ounce can $13.99 per 4-pack Bomani Cold Buzz cuts a striking figure in the cooler, thanks to a slender black can with an elegant matte finish. But it’s what’s inside the can that counts, something Bomani proudly displays on an ingredient panel that conveys quality, transparency and taste. Each can has only 110 calories, with zero carbs and zero sugar. The product contains only four ingredients, making it easy for consumers to see what’s in the beverage: 100% ethically sourced Arabica bean cold brew, water, alcohol from sugar, and natural flavors. Bomani Cold Buzz is innovating the new cold-buzz category, which it views as a complementary evolution to the hard-seltzer space.

Bowery Cilantro

$3.99 per 1.5-ounce package Unlike most of the rubber-banded bunches of cilantro stems that consumers find near the parsley in the produce department, Bowery Cilantro comes in a pretty 1.5-ounce package fit for the pegged herb section. The product is grown locally in the company’s vertically integrated indoor farms, which are controlled environments protected from unreliable weather, pollutants and pests. Bowery Cilantro is pesticide-free and comes from non-GMO seeds. It also boasts a stronger flavor profile than other herbs in the category. Bowery supported the launch of its herbs in 2019, including cilantro, with a robust marketing campaign employing retailers and in-store campaigns to drive consumer awareness.

Boyer’s Mash-Up Coffee

$6.98-$14.98 per 11- to 30-ounce package Welcome to AR coffee! Boyer’s Mash-Up Coffee features interactive augmented-reality (AR) programming built into its packaging. Coffee drinkers are able to visit mashupcoffee. com on their smartphones to launch an augmented-reality platform, which features video content and consumer-friendly resources such as suggested brewing methods for optimal flavor profiles, food-pairing recommendations, recipes, and information about the beans and their flavors. The beans are roasted by Boyer’s Coffee, a Colorado-based family-owned company that has been roasting at Rocky Mountain altitude since 1965.


Bud Light Seltzer

$14.99 per 12-pack Hard seltzers are still hot, and Bud Light has created an easy-drinking beverage with a hint of delicious fruit flavor. Bud Light Seltzer is made with a unique five-step filtration process, which ensures a clean finish to deliver the most refreshing taste possible. The natural carbonation and quality ingredients, including sparkling water, real cane sugar and natural fruit flavor, create a light and bubbly seltzer for any occasion. Bud Light Seltzer appeals to two main consumer preferences: the desire for low-calorie, no-sugar-added products, and flavor variety. Featuring 100 calories and less than 1 gram of sugar, Bud Light Seltzer is giving consumers exactly what they’re looking for.

Cacique Queso Dips

$4.49-$4.99 per 16-ounce tub With the popularity of Mexican food showing no signs of slowing down, Cacique Queso Dips is looking to leverage a growing opportunity for fresh dips and spread sets in retail that offer Latin flavors. Specifically, consumers are increasingly looking for authentic and fresh Mexican foods without fillers. Cacique’s dips, unlike so many other queso dips on the market, feature queso fresco as the first ingredient and have no artificial preservatives. To enjoy the dips, consumers simply heat the product in the microwave for two to three minutes, right in the packaging, and they can then dunk their favorite tortilla chips, crudité or even tacos. Cacique Queso Dips are available in four Mexican flavors: Queso Blanco, Southwestern, Chipotle and Jalapeño.

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