Published On: Thu, Jul 11th, 2019

Fresh Express rolls out Chiquita Bites and Chiquita Sticks in US

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Retail packaged salad company Fresh Express has rolled out Chiquita Bites and Chiquita Sticks, two new on-the go, bite-sized snacks to retailers across the US, as per the latest food product launch news.

Chiquita Bites

Chiquita Bites is a savory snack packs range that is packed with fresh fruit, cheese, and nuts. The savory snack packs, which contain more than 7 grams of protein and come in single-serve trays, have been launched in five varieties: Apple wedges, cheddar cheese and red grapes, Apple wedges, Monterey Jack, cranberries and cashews, Apple wedges, Monterey Jack, cranberries and raisins, Apple wedges, Monterey Jack, cranberries and raisins, and Apple wedges, cheddar cheese and multi grain crackers.

Food product launch news : Chiquita Bites has been rolled out in five varieties by Fresh Express

Food product launch news : Chiquita Bites has been rolled out in five varieties by Fresh Express. Photo courtesy of Fresh Express.

Chiquita Sticks

According to the latest food product launch news, Chiquita Sticks are peeled and cut sweet red apples in the shape of a thick French fry. The fresh, juicy apple sticks in Chiquita Sticks can be served with savory dips such as peanut butter and hummus or caramel, chocolate and yogurt, and other sweet dips.

Michael Golderman – Marketing Brand Leader for Fresh Express, commenting on the food product launch of Chiquita Bites and Chiquita Sticks, said: “Consumers today look for snacks that will tide them over between meals more than ever. They want snacks that provide them with the protein and essential nutrients they need to get through the day.

“By tapping into the success of Chiquita’s fresh apple business and pairing it with Fresh Express’ packaged kit expertise, we are able to provide a natural solution to meet this consumer need, creating nourishing, convenient and tasty snacks that our customers can enjoy.”

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