Seasons come and go, but flavor is always here to stay. We here at Deli Market News are always amazed at the products we see coming out in the market, so we couldn’t help but keep a tab on the ones that particularly stood out to us.
If you happen to need a little refresher on the innovations that came out this past month, then look no further than the products August brought us…
Complex, floral, fruity, and made from goat cheese! The product came onto the scene already breaking the mold as its flavor notes boasted bright, tart, sweet, and sangria vibes. This new product is a standout on the cold shelf and on cheese boards.
Conscientious consumers are always on the lookout for products with a purpose, and Veroni’s latest charcuterie line delivers on that intent. The premium line is produced from pigs raised by family-owned farms that promote good anomaly husbandry practices, which means no antibiotics or hormones are administered to pigs throughout their growing stage. Featuring a trio of Prosciutto Italiano, Salame Milano, and Salame Calabrese, this easy-to-grab offering makes sales a breeze.
If there is one pairing that I think goes better with charcuterie cuts than cheese, it is alcohol—craft beer, in fact. Volpi Foods made this dream a reality at Sprouts Farmers Markets earlier this month as the company provided beer-infused salame cuts in one convenient package. Whether your shoppers—or you—are an IPA, Lager, or Stout fan, Volpi’s got a choice ready to appease.
Not one to let the earthy, autumn flavors go by, Emmi Roth debuted new Tomato Basil Havarti, Roth French Onion Havarti, and Emmi Beer Fondue cheeses for shoppers looking to switch up their selection. Great on the board or in a bowl, these new cheeses are the perfect products for consumers that want to step outside the box.
Keeping things saucy and spicy, the distributor’s Woodstock brand hits retail shelves in a burgeoning category. The new Sriracha Aioli, Lemon Dill Aioli, and Burger Sauce go great on any grilled or fried plate—and they’re organic to boot.
What does the month of September hold for us? Stay tuned as we report.