10 awesome new foods hitting US stores

These new, untested products are the equivalent of emerging markets on grocery store shelves. Can they help save the supermarket industry?

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Mar 7, 2014 6:10PM
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Why are most of these new foods JUNK?????
Mar 7, 2014 6:53PM
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Since when is processed crap "awesome?"  What a joke.
Mar 7, 2014 6:06PM
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How much did MSN money get paid for these advertisements?
Mar 7, 2014 7:29PM
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Good, a new list of jacked up crap that I can avoid at the store.
Mar 7, 2014 7:49PM
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Some of this has been done before.  But what disturbs me is that awesome means junky to MSN. 
Mar 7, 2014 8:58PM
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I wrote something similar to this on another story here about food:


If it comes in a box, a bag, a plastic bottle, a can, is processed, refined, frozen, filled with goodies like High Fructose Corn Syrup, Caramel Coloring, Salt, Fats, Strange unpronounceable chemicals - especially those used in the process of make rubber gym mats, pink slime, meat glues, is served to you across a counter, or at a restaurant you can find in any town or city across America with the same name, it is probably (98% of the time) crap and extremely bad for your health. Don't eat it!!!

Mar 7, 2014 8:04PM
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Those Hormel Rev wraps are an absolute waste of money, trust me.  I foolishly paid about $2.50  for a Rev which was a plain, soggy tortilla with a piece of meat and slice of cheese rolled up.  The flavor wasn't even that great.  I mostly did it for a convenient snack, but after that I think myself and anyone else for that matter can find a couple minutes to  make a cheaper, and better tasting wrap at home.


Mar 7, 2014 7:08PM
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Let's see, which word to describe this stuff, well stuff is ok meaning it's not food just more proliferation of mega amounts of trash in the middle of your grocery store. And listen corporations we don't need "Aloe freakin Water".
Mar 7, 2014 7:54PM
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All highly processed and imitation .
Mar 7, 2014 7:08PM
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I was thinking folks supposedly have to eat healthy???  ...its the same garbage as always !!nasty DEAD FOOD
Mar 7, 2014 6:53PM
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If man made it don't eat it...What better evidence than this fluff story...
Mar 7, 2014 11:31PM
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This stuff is all highly processed JUNK. I thought with the title '10 Awesome New Foods Hitting US Stores' that this would be about products that truly appeal to today's consumers who are health conscious and do not want to eat CRAP! No thanks - get a clue MSN!
Mar 11, 2014 1:17PM
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How lazy can people be, frozen PB and J  sandwiches. Whats wrong with a loaf of bread,a jar of jelly and PB and make your own?
Mar 8, 2014 1:43AM
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STOP EATING PROCESSED FOOD. Nutrition comes from unadulterated fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat.


and, those all look yucky

Mar 8, 2014 1:05AM
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One thing I really hate about food and drink products pawned off to us today is High Fructose Corn Syrup.  Seriously, if I am going to consume something that is damaging to my liver, I would rather drink alcohol instead of high fructose corn syrup.  The worst thing is, that crap is in almost everything!!!
Mar 7, 2014 6:18PM
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More ersatz "food" dressed up in garish colors that your kids will love!
Mar 8, 2014 12:49AM
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I KNEW there wasn't anything there for me :) I am a low-fat,no sugar, vegetarian eater :)  I thought there might be SOMETHING INTERESTING in the article.  What a JOKE :(  MORE advertisement for CRAP food :(   I understand the time constraints people experience.  A family can spend an hour or two  just ONCE a WEEK making low-cost HEALTHY MEALS to last for the WEEK.  If it's only putting DRY CEREAL in baggies to add milk to or use as snacks in the car.  Oatmeal is CHEAP and FAST..throw some 'extras' in it and move along :)  Cook your own eggs and throw them on a tortilla or bread and head out the door=10 minutes or LESS :)   Sandwiches can be made ahead of time and SOUP is the BEST cheap, healthy food on the PLANET :) Buy a THERMOS and take soup ANYWHERE. ANYTHING is healthier than pre-fab food with it's high-fat and high-sodium content :(  Convenience food is fine now and then.  It's NOT HEALTHY food :(   
Mar 7, 2014 6:20PM
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I would use the Panera Bread salad dressings. All the rest: no thank you
Mar 8, 2014 3:35AM
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Should someone point out that most of the products have been on shelves for a few years now?
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I have tried the Rev wraps, they suck, big time. Unless Hormel works on the flavor I won't waste my money on them again. The others I may or may not try if I see them.
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