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Sprouts Farmers Market Rolls Out New Seasonal Lineup; Jac Ross Comments

Sprouts Farmers Market Rolls Out New Seasonal Lineup; Jac Ross Comments


PHOENIX, AZ
Monday, August 2nd, 2021

As consumers continue to look for more ways to spice up their daily meals and snacking habits, Sprouts Farmers Market is tapping into the demand for offerings that pack a punch. The retailer recently revealed it has rolled out multiple new Hatch Chile-flavored Sprouts Brand products to its shelves to accompany its fresh Hatch Chiles.

Jac Ross, Vice President of Our Brands, Sprouts Farmers Market“Sprouts’ Our Brand products combine seasonal inspiration from fresh produce with unique flavors and innovative recipes to offer a truly memorable eating experience that shoppers return to our stores for again and again,” said Jac Ross, Vice President of Our Brands.

To provide consumers with a variety of new options, the retailer is showcasing several seasonal Hatch Chile products this summer, including:

  • 18 oz Hatch Chile Bag, Mild or Hot: $3.99
  • Hatch Chile Seasoned Roasted Chicken: $7.99
  • Grain Free Hatch Chile Tortillas Chips: $2.99
  • Sprouts Hatch Ranch Dressing with Avocado Oil: $4.99
  • Sprouts Hatch Chili Flavored Peanuts: $5.49
  • Hatch Cheese Curls Made with Real Cheese: 2 for $5.00

Sprouts Farmers Market revealed it has rolled out multiple new Hatch Chile-flavored Sprouts Brand products to its shelves

Named after the original growing area in Hatch, New Mexico, authentic Hatch Chiles have a meaty flesh with varying heat levels, noted the retailer’s release. These unique characteristics make them ideal for adding a little kick to homemade recipes, such as roasting for use in salads, soups, dips, and sandwiches.

These products are now available at more than 360 Sprouts stores while supplies last, as Hatch Chile peppers are a seasonal offering.

We here at Deli Market News will continue to report on the latest products to hit retail shelves, so keep clicking back.

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