Sun-Maid Is Still Trying To Make Halloween Raisins A Thing


Just in time for Halloween Sun-Maid has announced new raisin-based treats that should make all trick-or-treaters very happy. Here’s a list of the new products being offered.

  • New Peanut Butter Yogurt Covered Raisins– added after the success of previous yogurt covered mashups like Strawberry and Vanilla and Vanilla and Chocolate with a creamy peanut butter yogurt
  • Chocolate and Peanut Butter– raisin fruit at the core with a creamy mix of rich chocolate and nutty peanut butter inspired by the peanut butter cup
  • PB&J– made with strawberry – PB&J yogurt packing a sweet and savory punch
  • Sour Raisin Snacks, Yogurt Covered Raisins in Glow-in-the-Dark Packaging– quite a mouthful of a title, but they are basically fruit snacks that taste like sour candy packaged in a Halloween-ready package that glows in the dark

The company is also suggesting alternatives to trick-or-treating for those who don’t feel comfortable yet with the traditional night out on October 31st.Sun-Maid asked moms for list of ‘Recipes for Reimagining Halloween’...and here’s a sample:

  • Have a Halloween Pumpkin "Egg Hunt"– Hide eggs throughout the house or yard, and have the kids dress up in Halloween PJs or a costume for a sweet Halloween scavenger hunt – Christina P.(@christina.patricio)
  • Fill up a Basket for You've Been Booed– Challenge people to spread random acts of kindness to people by filling a basket with cute things for Halloween for both children and adults – include better-for-you snacks, like Yogurt Covered Raisins – Jeannie S.(@string_fields)
  • Hand Out "Harvest Bags"– Fill easy-to-access grab bags fun for both kids and parents, with treats like Yogurt Covered Raisins and put them in a spot for neighbors to come pick them up. – Brittne M.(@brittnemast)
  • Host a "Scary Movie & Snack Night"– Cuddle up and watch a Halloween movie, along with some snacks and popcorn. – Joanna G.(@cupofjo)
  • Hang Treats from a Clothesline– In lieu of a bucket of candy, hang individual treats with clothespins. – Jennifer B.(@jenniferborget)
  • Pack a Halloween Treat for Lunch– Make tissue paper pumpkins out of things like Sour Raisin Snacks and include as a special holiday treat. – Eva M.(@thehappilyeva)
  • Incorporate Treats into Traditions– Pack bags for any outings like pumpkin picking and give the kids a little extra fun – like Sour Raisin Snacks. – Mary W.(@downtownchicmoms)

Source:Sun-Maid