There’s all kinds of poems and sayings about the arrival of fall. They show hunched back black cats, witches on brooms and grinning pumpkins along with talk of frost, shorter days and hints of high holidays to come.
This time of year is not only written in the weather reports or on calendars, it slips into our foods, its flavorings and our shifts from cool to warmer foods and drinks.
Not all our cooking is done at home, and food manufacturers, the ready-to-eat people, take on autumn’s ways as well. Here’s a collection of pumpkin spice-flavored foods we can expect to see in stores, thanks to Huffpost Taste.