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new products 14 / Convenience Store News for the Single Store Owner / APRIL 2016 prOvOlOne & hArd SAlAmi cheeSeWich Designed with today's fast- paced, health-conscious consumer in mind, the Cheese- wich line introduces its new- est variety: Provolone & Hard Salami. This fast, grab-and-go meal consists of high-quality salami sandwiched between two slices of Deutsch Kase Haus cheese. The product comes vacuum-sealed in a 2.5-ounce serv- ing. All Cheesewich sandwiches are low-carb, gluten-free, and have a six-month refrigerat- ed shelf life. Other varieties in the line include: Colby Jack & Hard Salami; Mild Cheddar & Hard Salami; and Pepper Jack & Hard Salami. cheesewich Factory lyons, ill. (708) 458-3100 For more new products, visit our website at gOOd ThinS SAvOry SnAckS Responding to consumer demand for a more wholesome, savory snack option, Mondelez International Inc. intro- duces its first new snack brand in more than a decade: GOOD THiNS. The brand starts with real ingredients — like wheat, potato and rice — and then combines them with enticing flavors like garlic, spinach and sweet potato. Each GOOD THiNS piece is baked thin and crispy without any artificial flavors, colors, cholester- ol, partially hydrogenated oils or high-fructose corn syrup. With a suggested retail price of $3.69, GOOD THiNS are available in eight varieties: The Chickpea One!, made from real chickpeas and available in Garlic & Herb; The Potato Ones!, which have 60 percent less fat than the leading regular potato chip and come in Original, Spinach & Garlic, and Sweet Potato flavors; and The Rice Ones!, which are gluten-free and come in Veggie Blend, Simply Salt, Poppy & Sesame, and Sea Salt & Pepper options. The brand rollout will be supported by three TV spots, digital advertising, in-store sampling, shopper marketing pro- grams and consumer activations in select cities. mondelēz international inc. east hanover, n.J. (855) 535-5648 Quik dATA SOFTWAre FOr c-STOreS BandyWorks' latest version of its pro- prietary Quik Data software for con- venience stores has been enhanced with new features, including score- cards, fuel gallons sold, self-mainte- nance and configuration, and faster response time. Because the Quik Data analytics are c-store focused, users can receive immediate views of what is going on in stores and easily identify issues that need attention, according to the company. Quik Data's self-maintenance screen is ideal for small- to medium-sized convenience stores. It allows users to administer the software's users, add stores and apply grading scales for the scorecard. BandyWorks llc colonial heights, va. (804) 733-8844 BeST dAmn hArd cherry cOlA Best Damn Cherry Cola is the second national offering from Anheuser-Busch's Best Damn Brewing Co. The adult beverage is aged on whole cherries after brewing for a flavorful, harder take on the timeless taste of cherry cola, according to the maker. The hard brew is available in six-packs of bottles, and 16-ounce single cans. The new prod- uct is being supported by a national media and digital campaign, and an experiential activa- tion at the SXSW Interactive Festival where attendees will be among the first in the country to taste the beverage. The Best Damn brand platform launched in December 2015 with Best Damn Root Beer. Anheuser-Busch St. louis (314) 577-2000 hecTOr lOmBArd ATOmic FrOzen energy drink The Hector Lombard Atomic Frozen Energy Drink from Steve's Frozen Chill- ers is available in two flavors: Orange and Raspberry/Pomegranate. Each 16-ounce serving of the beverage named for the popular UFC mixed martial artist has 1.6 times the energy boost of a can of most "regular" energy drinks, the company said. Based on the initial success of the product, Steve's Fro- zen Chillers is offering to assist convenience store owners in purchasing a slushie machine to sell the Hector Lombard Atomic Frozen Energy Drink in their stores. SFc Brands inc. Boynton Beach, Fla. (561) 327-6052

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