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New at Heinen’s: June 2019

June New Products

We’ve officially said “hello” to summer, which means we’ve also said “hello” to a variety of new products that arrived in June. From fresh-made local sausage to specialty coffee capsules and delectable chocolates, it’s safe to say that our new arrivals are just as hot as the temps outside.

Can’t locate a product in store? Talk to a Heinen’s Associate about ordering it for your next visit.

1. Heinen’s Panko Bread Crumbs
With a taste and texture much more appealing than regular breadcrumbs, panko has become a popular choice among chefs all over the world. Now, enjoy Heinen’s take on this flaky, crispy coating. Plain and Italian varieties.

2. Heinen’s Chocolates
From Milk Chocolate Pecan Caramel Patties to Milk Chocolate Gummi Bears, you’ll certainly find a chocolaty treat you enjoy from our 10 delicious varieties.

3. Cameron’s Specialty Coffee EcoPods
They’re packaged like K-Cups, but they’re actually EcoPods. Cameron’s uses 100% specialty grade coffee brewed through a real coffee filter – not a plastic cup – to deliver a superior taste. Cameron’s EcoPods are made with compostable, plant-based materials and are compatible with most single-serve brewers, including Keurig, Keurig 2.0, Breville, Cuisinart and Mr. Coffee. Assorted varieties.

4. Kalahari Biltong
Biltong is an all-natural, centuries-old process of preserving meat that originated in South Africa. Unlike dehydrated jerky, Kalahari Biltong is air-dried and contains no fillers, nitrates, preservatives, gluten, soy or sugar. At 32 grams of protein per serving, this American-made, air-dried beef is great for paleo, keto and Whole30 diets. Original, Garlic or Spicy Peri Peri varieties.

5. Saddleberk Sausage
Enjoy four new varieties from Saddleberk Sausage, including Blueberry Maple, Honey Chipotle, Pineapple Teriyaki or Bratwurst. These sausages are handmade in Ohio from hormone-free Berkshire pork. All varieties are gluten-free. In the Meat Dept.

6. NuGo Egg White Protein Bars
Made with the highest quality fruits, nuts and non-GMO egg whites, each whole food bar has 12 to 14 grams of protein. Every egg white bar is certified gluten-free, soy-free and pareve, and three are also paleo. Assorted varieties.

7. Peet’s Espresso Capsules
Smooth, satisfying, full-bodied and available in a variety of intensities, Peet’s Espresso Capsules are sealed and made of high-quality aluminum to lock in aromas and freshness. Compatible with Nespresso® Original machines, Peet’s will even help you recycle your used capsules. Assorted varieties.

8. Waterloo Sparkling Water
Vegan, gluten-free, BPA-free, non-GMO and Whole30-approved, Waterloo’s sparkling waters contain no artificial sweeteners. They’re made using natural, extracted fruit essences and reverse osmosis purified water, so there’s no fluoride, sodium, additives or impurities. Assorted varieties.

9. Mackenzie Creamery “You Say Tomato” Chevre

Mackenzie Creamery “You Say Tomato” is a wonderful savory summertime addition to our mix of artisan cheeses. It is the same lusciously creamy Mackenzie Chevre we have come to know and love, but now topped with a savory tomato chutney made from a Mackenzie old family recipe. Pair it with a crisp Albariño, Godello or sparkling Cava from Spain, and you have the makings for a great al fresco party starter!

*Mackenzie Creamery “You Say Tomato” is a limited-time exclusive selection that be will available at all stores by June 26th. In the Specialty Cheese Department.

10. Stino’s Pasta Sauces 

Authentic Italian cuisine is not complete without sauce. Hand-made in small batches right here in Cleveland, Stino’s Pasta sauces are the perfect way to add an all-natural saucy kick to your favorite Italian-inspired dishes. Assorted varieties.

By Heinen's Grocery Store
In 1929, Joe Heinen opened the doors of a small butcher shop on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, aiming to establish himself as the city’s purveyor of quality meats. As customers came into Heinen’s new shop for their meat purchases, they began asking him to carry groceries as well. Joe added homemade peanut butter, pickles and donuts and by 1933, business had grown enough to include a line of produce and canned goods. Heinen’s Grocery Store was born.

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