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JAN-FEB 2016

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new products 12 / Convenience Store News for the Single Store Owner / JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 For more new products, visit our website at SIRISFOOd FOOdSeRvIce ORdeRIng PROgRam SIRISfood is a simple, at-the-pump ordering program that allows customers to easily order food while they get gas. SIRIS is a 10-inch tablet installed onto the front of an existing Wayne Ovation or Gilbarco Encore fuel dispenser. A customer can use the tablet to tap in an order, which is im- mediately sent to the kitchen inside the store and printed out on a thermal printer. A receipt of the order is simultaneously sent to the customer via text. The program includes tab- lets, thermal printer, Internet router, Internet service, menu app, cloud-based management, text receipt service and custom tablet graphics, according to the supplier. Signal Peak designs Lawrence, Kan. (714) 230-0076 [email protected] OReO chuRROS FILLed vaRIetIeS Following the success of its original Oreo Churros snack introduced in 2014, J&J Snack Foods is expanding the line to now include two filled variet- ies: 10-inch Crème Filled Oreo Churros and Oreo Churros Crème Filled Bites. Both new varieties are made from real Oreo cookie pieces with crème filling inside, and are being introduced to meet consumer demand for a grab-and-go snack experience, according to the company. These new items are available nationwide for the foodservice channel, and the bites are available for purchase at retail locations nationwide. In addition, the company has launched an Oreo cookie crumb/sugar topping in which all Oreo Churros can be rolled after heating to enhance the Oreo cookie flavor. The original Oreo Churros, made for dipping into indi- vidual Oreo crème dip cups, are available in three varieties: Traditional Churros, Double-Twisted and Bites. J&J Snack Foods corp. Pennsauken, n.J. (800) 486-9533 gaSBuddy FOR BuSIneSS GasBuddy, the price-comparison gas app, now offers Gas- Buddy for Business, a new platform solution that provides independent retailers access to GasBuddy's robust consum- er network. The new offering allows retailers to claim, man- age and curate their individual station sites on the GasBuddy app and website. Using Gas- Buddy for Business, retailers can enhance their mobile pres- ence and gain access to an instant network of consumers to drive in-store traffic using digital deals, according to the company. The platform also alerts station owners of nearby competitors' price changes. gasBuddy/OpenStore LLc gaithersburg, md. (866) 266-5658 [email protected] Bud LIght RedeSIgn Bud Light will unveil a fresh, new look this year — the first major overhaul of the brand's visual identity in eight years. The redesign will include a reimagined Bud Light logo, along with contempo- rized primary and secondary packaging, as part of a larger brand evolution underway at Bud Light. The brewer will also bring back its historic trademark "AB" crest, which hasn't been used on Bud Light packaging since 2001. The redesign aims to emphasize the attributes that established the brand as the country's most popular beer, including premium ingredients; care in brewing; a crisp, clean finish; and a smooth drinkability, according to Anheuser-Busch. The new look will roll out nationwide in cans and glass and aluminum bottles in the early spring. anheuser-Busch St. Louis (314) 577-2000 tySOn cRISPItOS FILLed tORtILLaS Ideal for consumers' on-the-go lifestyle, Tyson Crispitos Filled Tortillas can be combined with a variety of sauces, garnishes and sides to create signature foodservice offer- ings. Each tortilla-wrapped mini-meal is packed with a fruit or protein filling to fulfill a range of menu opportunities, including snacks, appetizers, entrees and desserts. Flavor varieties include Chicken Pot Pie; Chicken Chili; Chicken and Cheese; Apple Cinnamon; Egg, Cheese and Sausage; and Whole Grain. tyson convenience Springdale, ark. (800) 248-9766

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