The Winter Fancy Food show spotlighted more than 80,000 speciality products, including these non-chocolate treats:
King Leo – Royal Mints
Quality Candy Co., Henderson, Nev.
Royal Mints are delicate candies that start dissolving as soon as they hit you tongue. The discs may resemble ordinary hard candy, but the airy, soft texture and burst of fresh flavors are sure to surprise consumer. They come in citrus, peppermint and vanilla. With an all-natural formula, no artificial colors or flavors, upscale packaging, and a more mouth-pleasing size, Royal Mints offer a sophisticated treat in an upscale presentation.
S.R.P.: (4.8-oz. gusset bags) $2.49
Walkers Shortbread Scottie Dog cookies
Walkers Shortbread US, Hauppauge, NY.
These shortbread cookies contain no artificial flavorings, colorings or additives and are certified kosher. And now, as part of a new partnership, 10 cents from every sale in 2012 goes to the The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). Walkers Shortbread also presented the Scottie Dog Collector's Tin.
S.R.P.: (3.9-oz.) $3.99-$4.99