NestleThe reach of in the food industry is undeniable and poised to expand even further. The world’s largest food company, which boasts more than 2,000 brands ranging from KitKat to Stouffer’s and DiGiorno, is set to unveil a handful of new products that will appeal to those who prioritize nutrition and grassroots eating. of plants.
New articles include interesting riffs on food and wellness products like frozen pizza and probiotics, while a Nestlé brand is venturing into whole new territory with a plant-based drink. Most of the products are expected to be released nationwide later this year.
While browsing the refrigerated section of your local grocery store, you may have noticed a line of all-natural dairy and herbal creams called Natural Bliss from the Nestle Coffee Mate brand. That line is set to expand beyond the dairy aisle with the introduction of its first-ever plant-based oat milk, which will appear in grocery stores nationwide in May. The non-dairy milk beverage, made from a blend of oats and bean protein, will be available in original and unsweetened iterations.
The food giant will also introduce a new frozen BBQ chicken pizza with cauliflower pizza crust as part of its line of California Pizza Kitchen frozen pies. This will be the latest addition to California Pizza Kitchen’s many varieties of frozen barbecue chicken pizzas already on the market, including classic chicken and plant-based versions. It will be available in April.
Speaking of pizza, man Nestle The Life Cuisine brand is also launching a brand new pie that is both low carb and keto friendly. The vegetarian single-serving pizza is made with a thin crust and is topped with mozzarella, tomatoes, onions, peppers and basil. Like the new California Pizza Kitchen product, it will be available on grocery store shelves starting in April.
One of the products to be unveiled in March isn’t technically new, but it might as well be. Nestle is launching an all-new recipe for the protein-loving Breakfast Burrito from Sweet Earth, a brand that offers a variety of plant-based meal options.
Vital Proteins, a Nestle wellness brand that sells a variety of powders, supplements and bars, will launch its new nutrition-focused Daily Greens product, which is already available in stores. Daily Greens is a “powerful, nutrient-dense blend” containing probiotics and two servings of fruits and vegetables. A new line of probiotics from vitamin and supplement brand Solgar is also coming.
Last but not least, NestleNutrition brand Orgain will launch a new plant protein + collagen powder, which includes a combination of plant proteins, collagen peptides and probiotics. Orgain already lists a Plant Protein + Collagen product on its site, but it is not yet available for purchase.
Nestle gave a first look at the all-new offerings in a Feb. 22 release ahead of their official debut at Natural Products Expo West 2023 in Anaheim, Calif., in March. The new items will be unveiled and displayed for sampling at the show, alongside more established ones. Nestle items.
Zoe Strozewski is a staff writer for Eat This, Not That! A Chicago native who now lives in New Jersey, she graduated from Kean University in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. Learn more about Zoe
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