Back to school marks the start of something new, potentially something great. There’s promise and hope in the air for the good things to come both in the classroom and – with new products hitting our shelves right now – in the kitchen too! Our grocery team works hard to bring great-tasting natural and organic products to our stores that meet our shoppers’ needs. Like all products on our shelves, these new offerings are free of hydrogenated fats and artificial preservatives, colors and flavors, meaning you get all the good stuff you want (we checked!) and none of the junk you don’t.
Take a look at what’s new and remember to add them to your online shopping list with a few clicks of the mouse. Since these are new to the market, you’ll be among the first to try them. Take a minute to tell us and other shoppers what you think by rating and reviewing them on our product pages.
All My Sins Chocolate-Covered Coffee Beans
Okay, I’m spilling the beans! Despite the name, you can enjoy these confections without the guilt – they’re made with fair-trade coffee, chocolate and sugar to ensure better wages and working conditions for those who produce them. They’re available in Fiendish French Vanilla, A Crime of Cappuccino, Naughty Emerald Isle or Peppermint Mischief for a devilishly delightful dessert.
Brown Cow Cream Top Greek YogurtThis irresistible yogurt combines the richness of old-fashioned, cream-on-top yogurt with the thickness of Greek yogurt. It’s gently crafted with whole milk so a thin layer of cream rises to the top. What makes these yogurts tops is that they’re flavored with real ingredients including pure maple syrup, blueberry juice and wildflower honey or natural vanilla.
Garden of Eatin’ Sweet Potato Tortilla ChipsConsider these chips a tailgating essential. Made with organic corn and organic sweet potatoes for a balanced sweet and salty flavor, they’re great for dipping, scooping, crunching and sharing. They're Non-GMO Project verified opens in a new tab too, so digging into this party-sized bag of crisp chips is palate- and conscious-pleasing.
Kettle Brand Limited Batch Salsa with Mesquite Potato ChipsKettle Brand is celebrating and you’re invited to join in the delicious fun. Available for a limited time only, these smoky-spicy chips are a flavor blast from the past that are making a comeback in honor of Kettle Brand's 30th birthday. Their bold taste and hearty crunch are just the thing for celebrations of all sorts. Party on!
Nature’s All Organic Freeze-Dried FruitThese organic and fair trade, freeze-dried fruits in a handy pouch make an easy, feel-good, taste-good snack. Kid- and parent-approved, the whole family will enjoy them in lunches or sprinkled into cereal or oatmeal. Choose from Bananas + Strawberries, Tropical Mix, Raspberries or Blueberries – or better yet, try all four.
Siggi’s Swedish-Style FilmjölkFans of Siggi’s opens in a new tab delightfully creamy skyr rejoice! Siggi’s has launched another soon-to-be favorite with filmjölk, a traditional Swedish drinkable yogurt that is slowly fermented for a soft, buttery flavor. Their filmjölk is made with milk from family farms in New York, real fruit and a light touch of agave nectar. Enjoy it straight from the bottle (it’s not rude, we promise) or pour it over your favorite granola.
Sukhi's Indian-Style Street WrapsLooking for an innovative departure from the run-of-the-mill convenient lunches? Sukhi’s to the rescue! Enjoy the authentic flavors of Indian street food with satisfying fillings in a whole-grain wrap. All Sukhi's foods are prepared in small batches resulting in big flavor. Choose from three scrumptious options – Veggie Samosa, Chicken Tikka Masala or Chicken Vindaloo.
Saffron Road Frozen Hors d'OeuvresSaffron Road does it again. Their new frozen hors d'oeuvres feature savory delights made with fresh ingredients and authentic spices wrapped in flaky phyllo pastry. With crowd-pleasing favorites like Crispy Samosas with Vegetables; Crispy Samosas with Saag Paneer; Dates, Tamarind & Walnut Bites; and Turkish Figs & Goat Cheese Bites, consider Saffron Road your sous chef for your next gathering.
Which products are you looking forward to trying?