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Off The Shelf: Clear canister promotes peanut butter portion packs
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Off The Shelf: Clear canister promotes peanut butter portion packs

Hormel Foods’ Skippy brand launches colorful multipack containers with clear cutouts that display five single-serve snack-pack cups of peanut butter inside. Marketed as an “Easy-To-Store Stack Pak,” the packaging is perfect for the on-the-go snack market.
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Portion cups increase snack olive consumption

New Pearls brand black olives in a four-cup multipack provide convenience and portability for consumers hungering for a healthy, mess-free snack.
Off The Shelf: New guacamole packs make serving and snacking a cinch
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Off The Shelf: New guacamole packs make serving and snacking a cinch

Wholly Guacamole introduces a peel-and-serve tray in 8- and 16-oz sizes, and a 100-calorie cup for single-serve, on-the-go snacking of its all-natural guacamole dips.
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Sprout's new spout supports self-feeding of 'older infants'

Moms appreciate new choke-free, twist-off cap for baby and toddler food pouches that makes it safe and convenient for older infants to feed themselves.
OFF THE SHELF: Olives packed as snacks
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OFF THE SHELF: Olives packed as snacks

Mario Camacho Foods puts olives into snack-sized stand-up pouches. Anne Marie Mohan describes the idea behind "Olives packed loose without the juice!"
OFF THE SHELF: Olives packed to go
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OFF THE SHELF: Olives packed to go

Anne Marie Mohan shows two clever takes on olive packaging that bring these products closer to the world of dashboard dining.
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