USA: ConAgra expands Snack Pack range
ConAgra is adding a sugar free Caramel flavour to its Snack Pack range
ConAgra Foods is adding three new flavours to its Snack Pack range in the US - Blueberry Muffin, Cinnamon Roll and Sugar Free Caramel.
"Research showed the majority of our consumers enjoyed Snack Pack pudding as part of their lunch or as an afternoon snack," said brand manager Jamel Richardson.
"With the new Snack Pack flavours, such as Blueberry Muffin and Cinnamon Roll, we're able to deliver a convenient, wholesome sweet treat appropriate for any time of day, including between breakfast and lunch and late night."
The company added the range is made with non-fat milk, no preservatives, no high fructose corn syrup and zero grams of trans-fats in each serving.
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