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Our panel of eighth-graders think vegetable chips 'need heavier flavoring and more crunch.'
Our panel of eighth-graders like that Pretzel Chips 'dont have any fat.'
Frito-Lay North America recently launched its Tostitos Cantina tortilla chips and salsas which recreate the Mexican restaurant experience for consumers at home.
Pepperidge Farm Inc. launches its Baked Naturals Cracker Chips available in two flavors: Simply Cheddar and Simply Multigrain.
Heat and Control's new MasterTherm Kettle Fryer uses a thermal fluid heat exchanger to deliver up to 80% thermal efficiency and more than 500 finished pounds per hour of batch fried potato chips.
Restaurants can get trans fats out of their kitchens by simply switching to new oils oils that have zero trans fats and lower saturated fats, and perform equal to or better than existing frying oils, according to research from Dow AgroSciences LLC.
California's Attorney General sued fast-food giants McDonald's, Burger King and KFC and the makers of several popular potato-chip brands August 26, alleging that they have failed to warn California consumers about the dangers of acrylamide, a carcinogen produced when potatoes and other starchy ...
Key Technology introduces Optyx sorters designed specifically for kettle-style potato chips.
Snackers will be transported to warm summer nights at the county fair with the sweet and savory flavor of all-natural Kettle Brand Sweet Onion Potato Chips, the pairing of sweet simmering onion and crispy real potato, from Salem, Ore.-based Kettle Foods.
According to our Junior High tasters, Suncore Products' WhoNu? Nutrition rich cookies 'We don't need another healthy snack.'
Key Technology introduces Manta for potato chips/crisps
Crunch lovers, brace yourselves as Rudolph Foods Co. Inc., New York, launches Engobi, the love child of caffeine and snack chips, the market's first caffeine-infused munchie.
Pirate Brands launches Potato Flyers, deliciously baked potato chips with half the fat, 25 percent fewer calories than the leading potato chip brand, and the winner of the "Best of Expo 2010" Gold Award in the "Best New Line" category at Natural Products Expo West.
All natural tortilla chips made from purple corn with a powerful antioxidant punch (6,000 on the ORAC scale).
Doritos Jacked are 40 percent bigger in size and thickness than regular Doritos. The snack chip was introduced at the South by Southwest Music Conference and Festival in Austin, Texas in March 2012.
Panettone has been enjoyed for centuries during the holiday season in Italy. Now Bauducco Foods introduces Bauducco Panettone into grocery stores across the U.S. Made in the authentic Italian fashion, it incorporates Sun-Maid raisins and, in a new take on tradition, Hershey's chocolate chips.
Kellogg Co. recently renovated its Special K cereal bars to provide 3 grams of fiber in every 90-calorie bar. The brand also introduced two new dessert-inspired flavors: Special K Chocolatey Chip Cookie and Special K Raspberry Cheesecake.
Kettle Foods in Beloit, Wis. receives the first ever Green Plant of the Year Award for making a greener potato chip.
Labatt Blue recently launched the Labatt Blue Cold One, an innovative can that, once chilled, keeps beer colder longer. The cans are wrapped with a thin, insulating layer from DuPont that protects beer from heat transferred from warm hands, condensation and the outside temperature.
Rudolph Foods Co. launches Engobi, a caffeine-infused chip.
All that and a bag of chips, Kettle Foods receives top honors as the R&D Team of the Year in the $100-500 million category.
First on the market made with the unique sprouted grains combination of brown rice, lentils and quinoa, blends a nutty flavor with a distinctive hearty texture.
Some pets are living a more human life with doggie ice cream, beer and even doggie Prozac.
The latest new food products for November include a new line of Campbell soups, double-churned nearly fat free ice cream, and sweet and savory chips. Read on for more, including web exclusives
Intelligent Protein Snacks, or "ips," are a new snacking concept based on the extra crispy edges of cooked egg whites.