October 11, 2018

New plant-based dip line coming from Good Foods

Good Foods is launching a new plant-based dip line that features five new products. As an extension to its recent plant-based dressings, the dips are in response to consumer trends and offer diverse flavors to help retailers meet a growing demand for alternative food products.

Goods Foods is known for providing healthy options made from real ingredients and its plant-based products are no exception. Made from plant sources, like cauliflower and cashews, Good Foods’ new dip line contains no preservatives or added sugar.

“According to Nielsen Homescan, 39 percent of Americans are actively trying to eat more plant-based foods,” said Danyel O’Connor, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Good Foods. “With alternative diets becoming a growing lifestyle choice, we recognized that we not only had an opportunity to fill a growing need, but could do so exceptionally, since our plant-based convenience items are made with our same commitment to creating fresh and flavorful foods with no artificial anything.”

The company will offer Queso, along with new flavors Tzatziki, Avocado Pesto, Creamy Cilantro and Buffalo Cauliflower. Each dip is less than 50 calories per serving and contains just three carbs.

“Our product development team tested tirelessly until we were sure that we were not only providing plant powered dips that are not only, better for you, but full of flavor for superior snacking to delight the taste buds,” added Mandy Bottomlee, director of marketing at Good Foods.

Good Foods will be at PMA Fresh Summit, Booth No. 3791, on Oct. 19 and 20 in Orlando. The booth will feature the recently updated four-pack, single-serve Avocado Mash, Chunky Guacamole and Spicy Guacamole, which are now available in space-saving vertical packaging available in 2019, and samples of the new plant-based dips.

For more information, visit www.goodfoods.com.







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