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Daily Greens grows cold-pressed juice offerings

BY David Salazar

Daily Greens, a beverage company whose products look to deliver a daily dose of green vegetables — is adding to its lineup. The company recently introduced its Green Ades — a line that looks to add a splash of color and flavor to consumers’ everyday nutrients.

All of the fives Green Ade SKUs — lime-basil, watermelon-hibiscus, green lemonade, jicama-blue majik and orange-turmeric — contain green superfoods and the flavors of fruit juice, as well as ingredients that the company said contain detox cleansing properties.

The Green Ade line complements the company’s main line of five products — Harmony, Morning Greens, Elevate, Renew and Vitality —which combines leafy greens and lighter greens without adding any sugar.

Daily Greens said that it uses organic vegetables grown by farmers the company knows. It also said it does not pasteurize or water down any of the cold-pressed juices.

For more information, contact David Hayes, david@greatpointbrands.com or 469-450-4361.

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Sure Petcare releases app-controlled pet door

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Technology driven products continue to dominate the pet care space. Sure Petcare has launched their app-controlled pet door, the Microchip Pet Door Connect. The product allows pet owners to remotely control their pet door from a smartphone or tablet, while also monitoring their four-legged companion’s activity and habits.

“Our aim is to develop great products that are useful, easy to understand and make life simpler for pet owners and their pets,” founder and CEO of Sure Petcare Nick Hill said.

The pet door uses microchip reading technology that will unlock for the resident pets microchip or RFID-collar tag. This ensures unwanted animals are kept out, the Clearwater, Fla.-based company said.

Specifically designed for small cats and dogs, the product wirelessly connects to the Hub, which is connected to the home router. From there, pet owners are able to monitor when their pets come and go through the Sure Petcare app.

“Smart devices have enabled people to connect with family, friends, work, their surroundings 24/7. With people generally working longer hours and being away from home, they want to connect with their pets, too. For me, the real value lies in the data and ability to log and track a pet’s habits — something we’ve not been able to do until now. Over time, this information can provide an accurate insight into your pet’s well-being and help you determine what is ‘normal’ behavior for your pet and what is not,” Royal Veterinary College veterinarian and animal behaviorist Jon Bowen said.

The Microchip Pet Door Connect can be purchased for the suggested retail price of $200, and $65 for the Hub. Further product information can be found on the company’s website.

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Coffee-Mate adds dairy alternative creamers

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Coffee-Mate has announced plans to expand its product offerings to a new slew of consumers. The Glendale, Calif.-based company is introducing plant-based creamers, which serve as an alternative to dairy.

The creamers join the brand’s natural bliss line and come in four flavors: vanilla almond milk, caramel almond milk, hazelnut almond milk and sweet Crème coconut milk. Each is made with simple ingredients, such as almonds, coconuts from Sumatra, vanilla from Madagascar and pure cane sugar, the Nestlé-owned company said.

“Coffee-Mate remains a leader in the coffee creamer category for one important reason — we are relentlessly focused on quality and innovation to expand our product portfolio, while meeting changing consumer demands and lifestyles,” Daniel Jhung, Coffee-Mate brand director, said. “We know the increasing popularity of plant-based, non-dairy creamers is not just a trend, but a consumer preference that is here to stay. Using just a few simple ingredients not only expands our natural bliss offerings but delivers a delicious, creamy and flavorful option that Coffee-Mate natural bliss is known to provide.”

Coffe-Mate’s natural bliss almond milk and coconut milk creamers are now available at retailers nationwide in 16-oz. bottles for the suggested retail price of $2.79. The hazelnut flavored almond milk creamer will be sold exclusively at Target retail stores. Further product information can be found on the company’s website.

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