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TOLUCA LAKE, Calif. -- In an effort to capitalize on a growing trend for organic foods in Southern California, Dallas-based 7-Eleven Inc. said it is test marketing vegan cookies at 600 convenience stores in the region.
As part of the trial, 7-Eleven, which operates some 5,800 convenience stores in the United States and Canada, is carrying a variety of products from Organica Foods Inc. Available in single-serve three-ounce packages, the Organica Foods cookies are available in peanut butter almond chocolate chip, double chocolate coffee toffee, gingered walnut cherry chocolate chip, and oatmeal coconut cranberry chocolate chip. The suggested retail price is $1.29.
"The Organica Foods products deliver the great taste, quality and freshness that we are committed to providing our customers," said Chuck Kronyak, division merchandiser for 7-Eleven.
Organica Foods cookies are made with ingredients that are free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), animal products and chemicals. The cookies are made with organic ingredients and contain no cholesterol, no hydrogenated oils and no refined sugars.