SAN FRANCISCO – Terrafina LLC showcased several new products that provide a healthier twist on old snacking favorites at the Specialty Food Association’s Winter Fancy Food Show Jan. 21-23 in San Francisco.
New offerings from New York-based Terrafina include 2 oz paleo snack packs, which should be on shelves soon, says Paul Miller, the company’s vice president of sales. Retailing for a suggested $1.99, the packs will come in six varieties, including Almonds in the Raw, Omega-3 Booster Trail Mix and Mango Nut Medley. “They’re clean, simple and authentic, and they build on the success of our other oven-baked products,” he says.
Also new at the company are Mirabel branded veggie chips, which are made with sea salt and olive oil. “We’re the only ones doing them with olive oil, which is very difficult to cook with,” Miller says. The packs, which retail for a suggested $5.99, have been a hit since they were introduced in 2017, he says.
Also new within the last year for Terrafina, which markets its products in instore delis and center-store aisles as well as in c-stores, are oven-baked dry-roasted nuts, a healthier alternative to regular dry-roasted products, Miller says.