Industry News | May 3, 2017

Otis Spunkmeyer Launching New Grab-N-Go Portfolio

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Otis Spunkmeyer, a leading sweets brand under parent company ARYZTA, announced the launch of its “No Funky Stuff” Grab-N-Go portfolio. Starting in May, Otis Spunkmeyer will launch four new foods in convenient, individually wrapped packaging, to be offered at convenience stores across the country.

Building off the momentum of its 2016 “No Funky Stuff” retail grocery launch, Otis Spunkmeyer is excited to meet the snacking needs of even more consumers, being offered at more locations, conveniently for customers to grab and enjoy.  Not only are these snacks delicious but they are free from the “funky stuff” that consumers want to eliminate from their food.  Otis Spunkmeyer’s “No Funky Stuff” line-up is made without high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated oils, artificial colors and artificial flavors.

Otis Spunkmeyer’s “No Funky Stuff” Grab-N-Go portfolio includes:

  • Chocolate Chunk Cookie
  • Iced Lemon Loaf Cakes
  • Cinnamon Crumb Loaf Cake
  • Mini Brownie Bites

“Consumer research shows that people can’t resist a sweet snack to indulge in – it makes people happy,” says Charice Grace, Otis Spunkmeyer brand manager. “We’re seeing that when it comes to snacking, consumers are looking to buy foods containing better-for-you ingredients, no matter where they are, which is why we are introducing our individually wrapped ‘No Funky Stuff’ Grab-N-Go foods.”

Otis Spunkmeyer has recently been recognized for its commitment in removing the “Funky Stuff” from foods by the National Parenting Product Awards (NAPPA).  The brand’s Iced Lemon Loaf Cake and Chocolate Chunk Cookie were named, 2017 NAPPA awards winners.  For the launch of its Grab-N-Go portfolio, Otis Spunkmeyer is partnering with the nation’s top convenience store operators, leading distributors and key associations such as AATAC (The Asian American Trade Associations Council).

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