By , Kate Taylor
Published May 03, 2016
Labor Day weekend in the rearview mirror means two things: Summer is over and pumpkin spice season is upon us.
On Tuesday, Starbucks put Pumpkin Spice Latte back on the menu for the fall season. However, 12 years after the coffee chain brewed the first Pumpkin Spice Latte, the flavor has become an iconic marker of fall that has grown larger than the Starbucks brand. Every year the buzz gets bigger, and every year, more companies try to cash in on the pumpkin spice brand for an autumnal business boost.
Here are 18 companies rolling out pumpkin spice (or spiced pumpkin, or even pumpkin spice latte) flavors of their own for fall 2015.
Kellogg's has covered traditional Frosted Mini-Wheats with a layer of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger.
The candy company fully committed to PSL madness in 2015 with an update from last year's pumpkin spice M&Ms.
The doughnut chain also debuted a salted caramel latte flavor for the fall.
Other autumnal Peep flavors include caramel apple and candy corn.
Hershey's got in on the trend early, first offering the flavor in 2008.
The yogurt company is also rolling out Pumpkin Harvest Crisp this year.
Apparently, pumpkin spice yogurt is now an international affair.
The restaurant chain has been using real pumpkin in its seasonal shake since its creation in 2013.
The convenience chain is showing some restraint and keeping pumpkin spice and caramel apple coffee off the menu until Oct. 1.
The coffee chain is capitalizing on pumpkin, with both pumpkin and pumpkin chai beverage flavors in addition to the pumpkin spice donut.
Now every cup of coffee can taste like a PSL.
The grocery chain has a whole line of pumpkin flavored products for the fall, including pumpkin waffles, sparking spiced cider and pasta sauce.
The " coconut milk beverage" is a dairy-free option for pumpkin spice fans.
Pillsbury teamed up with Cinnabon to create this limited edition treat.
The cookies are flavored with cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and ginger and drizzled with white fudge.
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Hostess did not immediately respond to Entrepreneur's request for comment, but eagle-eyed shoppers have spotted Pumpkin Spice Twinkies in addition to Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes, reports The Impulsive Buy.
The chocolate chip-esque morsels are flavored with cinnamon and spices, instead of traditional chocolate flavors.