Tales of offbeat limited-edition foods from CPG companies resonated with SmartBrief readers this week, starting with the story about Kellogg’s plans for a berry flavored cereal based on the popular kid’s song “Baby Shark.” The new flavor will be sold at Walmart and Sam’s Club until supplies run out.
Amazon stories filled two spots on this week’s Top 10 list, starting with the e-commerce giant’s reported exploration of a new retail grocery concept outside of Whole Foods Market. Also this week came the news that Amazon has launched a private-label line of packaged goods for business customers.
McDonald’s made the news this week as well, with plans to test a second group of international menu items in the US. The new offerings, set to debut next month, include the McChicken McMuffin from Japan and the Savory Ranch Burger from Mexico.
Read the entire Top 10:
- Kellogg to release limited-edition Baby Shark cereal
- Unique ice cream topping takes the internet by storm
- Amazon could grow beyond Whole Foods in new grocery push
- Amazon debuts private-label CPG line for commercial customers
- McDonald's to test 2nd round of international menu items
- M&M's debuts Creepy Cocoa Crisp in Target stores
- SNAP changes could affect 500K students
- Hershey boosting prices on chocolate bars next year
- French's releases limited-edition mustard ice cream
- Nestle CEO: More Starbucks-branded products on the way
- New fancy food brands, products reflect ongoing hot trends
- The changing nature of the frozen food aisle
- How can grocers and food producers cater to flexitarians?
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