Peanut butter and banana lovers, rejoice. It's time to snack. Kind Snacks announced it is expanding its granola line with new Healthy Grain Peanut Butter and Banana Clusters with Dark Chocolate Chips. The new offering is expected to hit stores in the United States in May and brings some sweat to a protein- and flavor-packed product that is not only a good breakfast option, but also perfect for casual snacking.

According to type, the new granola is made with 100% whole grain oats, dried banana, creamy peanut butter and dark chocolate and also includes five different supergrains: the aforementioned oats along with corn, buckwheat, amaranth and quinoa. It also contains 10 grams of protein and is gluten-free.

The new granola is just the latest addition from Kind. The brand also recently expanded its snack line with its Kind Zero bars, a no-sugar-added version of its popular Kind Bars, as well as Kind Zero granola. They have also expanded into the protein bar market. The new offerings give snack fans a wider range of options to suit all dietary needs and interests. Kind Zero and protein products are now available at retailers.

In other snack news

In other recent snack news, OREO recently announced that it is bringing back the Churro flavor, this time in a limited edition. The OREO Churro last appeared five years ago as a Mystery Flavor. The new limited edition Churro OREO cookies were released on March 27th.

Subway also announced that it is bottling some of its sauces for the first time. Last week, the sandwich chain announced its partnership with sauce maker T. Marzetti, which will result in four Subway sauces being replicated and sold in major stores across the country. The first wave will include Sweet Onion Teriyaki, Roasted Garlic Aioli, Baja Chipotle and Creamy Italian MVP.

“Subway fans love our signature sauces. Three of the new retail sauces – Sweet Onion Teriyaki, Roasted Garlic Aioli and Baja Chipotle – are inspired by guest restaurant favorites, and we've added a unique flavor to this collection with a Creamy Italian MVP, a new take on Subway's MVP Parmesan Vinaigrette® ,” said Paul Fabre, Subway’s senior vice president of culinary and innovation, in a press release. “This partnership takes our sauces to the next level and allows our fans to take their culinary creations from ordinary to extraordinary, while contributing to an important cause.”

The sauces will be available in 16-ounce bottles and Walmart, Kroger and Albertson's are some of the supermarkets listed as retailers of the new products.

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