5 New Products from Southern Exposure 2017

Every March, the Produce for Kids team has the pleasure of attending Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Exposure show. While there, we get the opportunity to host a reception for our grocery and produce partners to thank them for their support of Produce for Kids and our mission to create a healthier generation. We also have the chance to get a peek at new products that will be hitting grocery stores, learn more about the latest trends in fresh produce and meet new companies.

Here are a few of our favorite new items from Southern Exposure. Make sure to check out your local grocery store for these items that make the lives of busy parents easier.

  • New Marie’s Salad Dressings – new flavors like Roasted Tomato with Parmesan & Basil Vinaigrette, Garlic Parmesan Italian Vinaigrette and Mediterranean Vinaigrette will be hitting grocery shelves soon. We got the opportunity to try these new flavors and they are delicious!
  • Stir-Fry Kits from Taylor Farms – When you need to throw together a quick meal, reach for one of these stir-fry kits! With flavors like Teriyaki (a family-favorite!), Sesame Chili, Ginger Garlic and Mandarin Orange, these kits come complete with pre-washed and pre-cut veggies like Brussels sprouts, kale and bok choy that can easily be paired with your favorite protein for a complete meal. 
  • Young Coconut Water from J&C Tropicals – Whether it’s snowing outside or sunny, drinking out of a real coconut will transport you to a tropical location. These fun coconut even come with their own straw! Perfect for a themed party or Saturday by the pool. 
  • New Dips from Good Foods – If you love to dip, Good Foods has 2 new dips for you - Tomatillo Avocado Salsa and Greek Yogurt Ranch Dip. Good Foods believes in making good food from real ingredients. There are no artificial ingredients, flavors or preservatives found here. 
  • Watermelon Radishes from Frieda’s – While this might not be a totally new product, it was new for us! These radishes have a touch of sweetness compared to other radishes and looks similar to a watermelon when cut, thus giving it its name.

 

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