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READI-BAKE BeneFIT Breakfast Bars
Give customers the wholesome breakfast they desire with on-the-go convenience through J&J Snack Foods' new READI-BAKE BeneFIT Breakfast Bars. The single-serve breakfast bars are made with 51 percent whole grains and are available in four flavors — Oatmeal Raisin, Banana Chocolate Chunk, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip and Apple Cinnamon. Available in a 2.5-ounce package, one serving provides three grams of fiber. The meal solution is also a good source of iron, and does not contain high fructose corn syrup, the company reported. The READI-BAKE BeneFIT Breakfast Bars come fully baked and require thawing before serving.
Red Bull Racing Cans
Red Bull's new Red Bull Racing special edition 19.2-ounce can, in both Red Bull Energy Drink and Sugarfree varieties, features Red Bull Racing's Brian Vickers and Scott Speed, respectively. The cans will be available through most of the NASCAR season, retailing at $4.49 per unit. The 19.2-ounce can compliments the brand's existing 8.4-, 12- and 16-ounce can packages. Beyond appealing to NASCAR fans, the larger size will appeal to the energy drink segment's heavy users, who represent 21 percent of the consumer base, but consume 73 percent of the category volume, Red Bull stated.
Gilbarco Veeder-Root Encore S Flexible Fuel Ethanol/Gas Dispenser
Retail fuel equipment company Gilbarco Veeder-Root released its newest ethanol dispenser in the Encore S fuel dispenser product line, called the NJ2 flexible fuel dispenser. The equipment is a multi-hose blender that offers four fuel products at the same fueling position — regular unleaded, premium unleaded, midlevel ethanol blend and E85. Each fuel product has its own hose, allowing maximum flexibility for marketers, the company stated. With UL approval pending, the NJ2 features the same warranty and CRIND options as the other Encore S models, including PCI- and EMV-compliant payment systems, and the Applause Media System, according to the company.
A.J. Antunes & Co. rolled up a new roller grill product for its Roundup line called Roll-Rite, which is designed to handle the variety of roller grill items now available to convenience store foodservice operations. The patent-pending roller design was created to continuously turn and evenly cook a wide selection of roller grill products, such as hot dogs and sausages, egg rolls, burritos, breadsticks, taquitos and more. An oblong roller shape prevents food from resting in the space between the rollers, while a textured surface grips product and helps it turn, the company stated. The Roll-Rite roller grill is available in three capacities — 30, 50 and 75 — and all units operate on 120-volt power.