New Berlin-based Denali Ingredients is adding more
cookie dough options for its food industry clients.
BERLIN — Cookie dough has long been a favorite treat
among adults and children and its popularity is only
growing, according to New Berlin-based Denali
which supplies ingredients to the food manufacturing industry, said
in a release Wednesday that Americans are eating more cookie dough
than ever before.
learned that flavors containing cookie dough have grown 14 percent
in the past year.
As a result,
Denali Ingredients has introduced several innovative extruded cookie
dough products in unique shapes and sizes.
The new products
include: spheres, squares, circles, triangles, stars, hearts,
flowers and other original extruded shapes; football-shaped doughs,
including a brownie dough for a Football Brownie Sunday ice cream
flavor; chunky dough pieces that feature large random shapes;
supersized, cookie dough “pucks” for food service and novelty
also go beyond the traditional, such as sugar cookie, oatmeal
cookie, monster cookie, cheesecake, party cake, lemon cake, and red
innovators at our
core,” said Neal
Glaeser, president of Denali Ingredients. “We put a lot of energy
into creative flavor concepts that appeal to today’s market trends
while at the same time providing new ideas to spark the next big
branded product hit for our customers.”
Ingredients is a leading supplier of chocolate coatings, fudge
sauces, powders, fruit variegates, stabilizers, extruded products,
flakes and other ingredients for the dairy, ice cream, bakery and
food service industries.