Kraft Foods is betting on the restaurant dining trend invading the home in 2010.
The Northfield company, the second largest food company in the world, is set to release 20 new product lines that are inspired by trendy, restaurant-inspired flavors.
“Many of our new items reflect consumers' interests in bold flavors, especially those that are Italian-inspired or have a Mexican flair," said John Li, Kraft’s culinary director.
"Hot and spicy is big so chipotle and garlic are key flavor notes while berry-infused items remain on-trend. The increasing desire for bolder flavors is not limited to a single age group. Everyone is asking for more adventurous taste experiences."
Some of the new flavors include skinless garlic and onion flavored almonds from Planters, Kool-Aid fun fizz, and dark chocolate granola from Back to Nature snacks.
For a more detailed look at Kraft’s new funky flavors take a look through our mouth-watering gallery of snacks.