Did you hear?... Alpenaire steps into a new munchy product line

Alpenaire has stepped into a new munchy product line -- look, you certainly can't snack on risotto while you're on the move.
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Alpenaire has stepped into a new munchy product line -- look, you certainly can't snack on risotto while you're on the move. Called Outdoor Delights, one category includes little "buttons" of chewy fruit candies that come from -- get this -- the bakery industry where they are used to flavor frostings and as fillings for pastries.

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