April 2020 New Product Roundup

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New alcohol beverages, a sports drink and more are featured in Convenience Store Products’ monthly roundup of new c-store products.

Click through to see the new releases.

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14 Hands Winery

14 Hands Winery

14 Hands Winery, Prosser, Wash., has introduced a limited-edition Unicorn Rose Bubbles can. The cans were introduced to celebrate National Unicorn Day on April 9.

The rose offers notes of cranberry, pomegranate and Bing cherry, with a refreshing finish, according to the company. The beverage will be in grocery and c-stores while supplies last.

Photograph courtesy of 14 Hands Winery 

Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer

Two Arnold Palmer flavors are expanding to new markets. Arnie’s Spiked Iced Tea and Arnie’s Spiked Lemonade debuted last year in test markets and will now launch in a dozen new markets this spring, mostly in the Northeast and Great Lakes regions.

The beverages will be sold in 24-ounce single cans. Arnie’s Spiked Lemonade will also roll out 12-packs of 12-ounce cans.

Arnold Palmer is a brand of Chicago-based Molson Coors Beverage Co.  

Photograph courtesy of Molson Coors Beverage Co. 



Leinenkugel’s new Spritzen, a Molson Coors brand, is beer made with a splash of seltzer. The drink comes in 12-ounce slim cans and three flavors: Grapefruit, Pineapple Strawberry and Raspberry Lemon.

Photograph courtesy of Molson Coors Beverage Co. 



Recover180 is a sports drink that actively hydrates, helping consumers recover quickly, according to the Culver City, Calif.-based company. It comes in Citrus Flavor, Acai Berry and Blood Orange.  

The drink features B and C vitamins, electrolytes and natural adaptogens such as milk thistle extract, aloe vera and ashwagandha extract to help flight inflammation, boost immunity and restore the body’s natural process, according to the company.

Photograph courtesy of Recover180



CandyRific, Louisville, Ky., has released a “Ghostbusters”-themed light and sound wand, modeled after the Ecto-1, the famous 1959 Cadillac featured in the 1984 film. The toy plays the “Ghostbusters’” theme song and comes with 0.53 ounces of assorted fruit-flavored candies. It sells for $5.99.

The release comes ahead of the “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” movie, set to be released on July 10.

Photograph courtesty of CandyRific