Honest Tea shows off new look
BETHESDA, Md. — Honest Tea has unveiled its redesigned labels for its PET line of Honest Tea and Honest Ade products.
The new look, which began hitting store shelves this month, features a white background that highlights clean, vibrant images of the ingredients. The company said that the revised labels enhance its visual identity as the brand gains national distribution. The new labels are not reflective of any formula changes, Honest Tea said.
"We had a lot of fun developing this new look," Honest Tea VP marketing Peter Kaye said. "We want our labels to stand out on store shelves and drive appetite appeal, all while maintaining our signature Honest brand look. We are thrilled to finally be unveiling our hard work and think both our loyal consumers, and many new consumers, will be interested in the appetizing images and fun stories each variety takes on."
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New water fortified with omega-3s, essential vitamins comes to market
NEW YORK — Omega Water — a new water brand developed by Mycell Technologies and Nature’s Way Pure Water Systems’ joint venture Nature’s Omega — brings together natural flavors and health benefits.
Omega Water, touted as the first zero-calorie, flavored bottled water fortified with 100-mg of omega-3s and six essential daily vitamins, is available Lemon Squeeze, Orange Splash, Fruit Fusion and Berry Breeze flavors.
Omega Water can be purchased at Duane Reade, Wegmans, Hy-Vee and Roundy’s stores for a suggested retail price of $1.99.
Omega Water sounds very interesting. Also it is packed with 6 essential Vitamins which is a great plus point.
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Diabetic-friendly NuGo Slim bars soon to hit store shelves
PITTSBURGH — NuGo Nutrition on Wednesday announced the launch of its diabetic-friendly meal-replacement bar product line called NuGo Slim. The line is being billed as the first almost sugar-free high-protein bar made without maltitol, an artificial sweetener. The 2 g of sweet goodness comes naturally from real dark chocolate, the company stated.
The NuGo Slim bars contain 15 g of protein and have 180 calories and 2.5 g of saturated fat. Chicory root, a natural dietary fiber, adds 9 g of fiber and naturally sweetens the body of the bar.
NuGo Slim is certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization and OU Kosher-certified by the Orthodox Union. The initial launch includes three flavors: brownie crunch, roasted peanut and raspberry truffle. Suggested retail price will be less than $2.
Such artificial sweeteners as maltitol or other sugar alcohols typically found in low-sugar and sugar-free bars can cause gastric distress, such as bloating, stomach cramps and other pain, the company suggested. Similarly, the NuGo bars do not contain high-fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils or trans fats.
NuGo Nutrition is officially unveiling the product line at the Natural Products Expo East at the Baltimore Convention Center Sept. 22 to 24.
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