Sourdough bread by ALDI, Del Monte Fruit & OatsTM, Oreo Thin Bites and Gold Emblem cakes were among the winners of 2019 Products of the Year Winners, the world’s largest consumer-voted award for product innovation.
ALDI-exclusive Specially Selected Sliced Sourdough Round, a premium bread made with fermented dough and has no added sugar or artificial preservatives, was the winner of bread category.
Del Monte Fruit & OatsTM, the first oatmeal with one full serving of orchard-ripened fruit, was the winner of breakfast category. The special blend of oats and chia seeds gives consumer 400mg of Omega-3 and 20g of whole grains in every serving, the producer Del Monte Foods says.
Oreo Thins Bites by Mondelez International are made with Oreo cookie’s distinctive rich cocoa and signature crème that are covered in a smooth, thin coating of fudge. They were awarded in cookies category and are available in delicious varieties like fudge dipped original and mint.
At Gold Emblem by CVS Health, zesty cheddar cheese flavored quinoa and rice cakes, were the winners of better-for-you snack category. These crunchy little treats are whole grain, gluten free, and contain little cholesterol.
Product of the Year is the world’s largest consumer-voted award for product innovation. Established over 30 years ago in France, POY currently operates in over 40 countries with the same purpose: guide consumers to the best products in their market and reward manufacturers for quality and innovation.
In the US, the Product of the Year seal is backed by the votes of over 40,000 consumers, serving as a shortcut for shoppers in the supermarket, saving them time and money.