HERITAGE FRENCH BRAND Maille has partnered with Mike’s Hot Honey to create its newest offering, Hot Honey Dijon, bringing spicy-sweet flavor to dips, barbecue, marinades, and glazes.
The new mustard is built on Maille’s classic Dijon Originale, a recipe with a balanced, piquant flavor dating back to 1747. Adding a dash of sweet heat with Mike’s Hot Honey formula results in a creamy, tangy flavor suitable for topping a sandwich, dipping fries and pretzels, or spicing up the glaze for an Easter ham.
Maille Hot Honey Dijon mustard with Mike’s Hot Honey can be found online at Amazon and at retailers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $9.99 for a 9.4-ounce squeeze bottle.
ZOUP! HAS INTRODUCED a lineup of five heat-and-eat soups made from chef-inspired recipes to satisfy a variety of tastes and dietary preferences.
Chicken & Riced Cauliflower features antibiotic-free chicken and riced cauliflower with savory herbs, spices, and a traditional mirepoix; Spicy Chicken ‘Chilada pairs antibiotic-free chicken with tomatoes, roasted corn, black beans, onion, and chili peppers, along with a touch of cream; Butternut Squash with Brown Butter and Sage is crafted with a vegan broth, roasted butternut squash, browned butter, and earthy spices; Tomato Bisque blends kettle-cooked broth, tomatoes, and cream with a splash of white wine; and Garden Vegetable features a medley of vegetables and blend of spices for a vegan offering with fresh flavor and hearty texture.
Created by the founder of Zoup! Eatery, the soups are kettle-cooked in small batches and are free of gluten, artificial ingredients, and preservatives. The shelf-stable products can be found at retailers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $5.99 for a 16-ounce recyclable glass jar.
BANZA, MAKER OF chickpea-based comfort foods, debuted a new pasta shape with a satisfying texture that maximizes sauce-holding crevices. The new Banza Cascatelli offers the same nutritional benefits as the company’s other pasta shapes, with 20 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber per serving.
Inspired by the Italian word for “waterfalls,” the ruffled pasta was created to offer consumers a way to enjoy a new pasta shape regardless of diet preferences and restrictions. Compared with the average pasta, Banza’s chickpea-based pasta provides 50% more protein, three times the fiber, and 25% fewer net carbs.
Banza’s Cascatelli pasta can be found nationwide at Whole Foods Market as well as on EatBanza.com and Amazon for a suggested retail price of $3.79 per box or $21.99 for a six-pack.