I didn't attend the Winter Fancy Food show, but I did follow along on Twitter to see what new gluten-free products were mentioned. The Fancy Food show is more of a showcase for, well 'fancy' products, like gourmet chocolates, creative condiments, unconventional snack items, intriguing drinks, flavored olive oils, cooking sauces, soups, etc.
After a little bit of research, the products that follow are the ones that caught my eye and the ones that I saw getting a lot of mentions from those who did attend.
Brad's Raw Foods - has a new line of Onion Rings in multiple flavors and Zucchini Sticks.
Cup4Cup - was on hand to demo its line of gluten-free flour and mixes. To my knowledge, this is the first time the company has attended a food show.
Go Picnic - has three new 'ready to eat' meals: Three Bean Dip and Rice Chips, Almond Butter and Crackers, and Edamame Kale Dip and Plantain Chips. These new meals appear to be more allergen-friendly.
Holy Crap - has a line of breakfast cereal that is touted as 'the world's best breakfast cereal'
Jelly Belly - introduced tabasco flavored jelly beans
Love Grown Foods - has added instant oatmeal cups to their line of gluten-free products.
Numi Organic Tea - showcased a line of savory vegetable flavored teas.
Salute Sante! - brought their Grapeseed Flour to the show and made scones with it to show its versatility in baking applications.
Terrapin Ridge Farms - debuted their Bacon & Chive dip that can be used as a condiment on sandwiches/burgers, or as a dip.
Traina Foods - presented their line of Sun Dried Tomato ketchup. According to the company, this ketchup contains higher concentrations of healthy lycopene, in addition to vitamins A, B, and C. It also has less sugar and salt than other varieties.
Did you attend the Fancy Food show? What were your favorite new gluten-free products?