New Products This Week: NotCreme, Seasonal Fall Products, and Plant-Based Protein Shakes
In this week’s roundup of new product launches, Coffee Mate and Califia Farms add fall flavors to your cup of coffee, Mingle Mocktails teams up with Peacock’s Love Island to launch a new flavor and NotCo introduces its latest product innovation.
Herbal supplement brand Remedy has announced the launch of its POWER PACK, an on-the-go box with one serving of The BAR and The SHOT. The first is a chocolate cherry flavored hemp protein snack bar with 7 grams of protein. The latter is a CBD-infused energy shot flavored with cinnamon and agave that contains 100 mg of caffeine. Remedy POWER PACK will be rolling out to convenience stores, drugstores and grocery chains nationwide later this month for $7.49. For more information, visit myremedyproducts.com.
Premier Protein’s Pumpkin Spice High Protein Shake is back just in time for fall. The seasonal drink has been reformulated “for an even bolder taste experience,” according to the brand. Each 11.5 oz. the bottle contains 30 g of protein and contains 1 g of sugar. For more information, visit premierprotein.com.
Mingle Mocktails has teamed up with Peacock TV’s Love Island to launch their new flavor: Key Lime Margarita. The new flavor joins the brand’s existing line of mocktails, including Cranberry Cosmo, Blackberry Hibiscus Bellini, Cucumber Melon Mojito, Moscow Mule and Blood Orange Elderflower Mimosa. The drinks are available for $63.95 per 6-pack of 750ml bottles or $54.95 per 16-pack of 12oz bottles. cans. For more information, visit www.minglemocktails.com.
Coffee Mate has added two more non-dairy options to its line of creamers: Plant-Based Oatmeal Almond French Vanilla and Plant-Based Oatmeal Almond Caramel. Both herbal creams are available in-store for an SRP of $4.29 per 32 oz. bottle. For more information, visit goodnes.com.
During a recent episode of Masterchef Brasil, NotCo launched its new product: NotCreme. The new offer is a vegetable cream made from chickpeas. According to a story from Vegcononmist, NotCo claimed the product has no aftertaste unlike similar creamers made from oats or cashews. For more information, visit notco.com.
Califia is another brand kicking off the fall season early with the launch of Pumpkin Spice Oat Barista. The new offering combines the brand’s signature oat milk with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. It is designed to be steamed, frothed and added to espresso drinks. Califia Pumpkin Spice Oat Barista is available at Target, Albertsons, Whole Foods, and HEB for $4.59 per 32 oz. container. For more information, visit califiafarms.com.
Last month, energy and supplement brand GHOST launched GHOST Gamer and GHOST BCAA in Sour Patch Kids Pineapple flavor. The former contains 150 mg of caffeine per two-scoop serving while the latter provides 7 grams of 2:1:1 vegan fermented BCAAs. For more information, visit ghostlifestyle.com.