Convenience Store News

JAN 2017

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 25 of 117

26 Convenience Store News | JANUARY 2017 | WWW.CSNEWS.COM NEW PRODUCTS Oscar Mayer Pumpkin Pancake Sausage The Oscar Mayer Pumpkin Pancake Sausage is the newest roller grill innovation from the Oscar Mayer brand. Capital- izing on the seasonal flavor craze, Pumpkin Pancake Sausage features a classic Oscar Mayer sausage wrapped in a flavorful, pumpkin spice pancake. Applicable for both break- fast and lunch menus, the product satisfies consumer demand for a convenient, on-the-go protein, according to the company, and is cost-effective for foodservice opera- tors since there's no need for buns or condiments. The Kraft Heinz Co. Pittsburgh, Pa. (412) 456-5700 Mistic 2.0 Cosmic Fog Pods Cosmic Fog Pods are now available for Mistic E-Cigs' Mistic 2.0 Pod-Mod. Through a strategic partnership with Cosmic Fog Vapors, the most popular flavors are being made available in 10-milliliter child-resistant, tamper-proof pre-filled pods and 30-milliliter glass bottles exclusively designed for use with the Mistic 2.0 Pod-Mod. The Cosmic Fog pre-filled pods come in a 4-milligram nicotine strength. The available varieties are: Krypto Melon, Milk & Honey, Neon Cream, Sonrise, and Sugarfruit. The 30-milliliter bottles are offered in a 3-milligram nicotine strength. The five varieties are: Krew Berry, Krypto Melon, Milk & Honey, Neon Cream, and Sonrise. These exclusive Cosmic Fog products, packaged in specially co-branded boxes, will be in more than 20,000 stores in 2017, according to the companies. Mistic E-Cigs Charlotte, N.C. (855) 282-3700 McLane Direct Store Delivery App McLane Co.'s Direct Store Delivery (DSD) tool is now available for Android mobile devices. DSD works in conjunction with the company's Premium Order Management Suite applications and Grocery Mobile platform, and enables users to manage their entire supply chain in real time from any Android mobile device. Features include: DSD credits that allow customers to scan and validate purchased products against the retailer's approved pricebook; and DSD label printing to instantly print shelf labels for non-McLane items in response to price changes without going through a back-office system, or waiting on vendors to supply labels. With DSD images, users have access to a library of more than 10,000 product images and they can scan and view a picture of what's in the box upon delivery without opening it. Users can also see exactly where a pictured item belongs on the shelf by referencing the store's planogram directly from the DSD app. McLane Co. Inc. Temple, Texas (254) 771-7500 Modernwash Custom Structures Modernwash, a fabrication/design studio and shop, uses built-in marketing tools to create custom car wash and specialty retail structures for car wash operators. Modernwash utilizes aesthetically pleasing elements, proportions, shapes and colors to resonate with target audiences. Structures are designed to become part of an operator's overall marketing strategy. Starting with an i-5 bolt-together steel frame system, the company combines that with innovative roof designs and in-house- built cladding/exterior systems for a complete package. According to the company, advantages of this type of construction include: tax advantages, speed of construc- tion, code compliance, and fast fabrication. Modernwash Inc. Bowling Green, Ky. (800) 511-7208 [email protected] Chex Mix Spicy Varieties Chex Mix introduces two new variet- ies — Jalapeno Cheddar and Hot & Spicy — that were developed to capitalize on the "spicy adventure" trend. "Spicy adventure" is the third-largest and fastest-growing category in convenience store salty snacks, according to Chex Mix maker General Mills Convenience. Amping up the heat, Chex Mix Jalapeno Cheddar delivers a hotter, cheesier flavor, while Chex Mix Hot & Spicy is "really freaking hot," the company said. Both varieties come in 3.75-ounce packaging for a suggested retail price of $1.69. General Mills Convenience & Foodservice Minneapolis, Minn. (800) 243-5687

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Convenience Store News - JAN 2017