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Jelly Belly adds more Camo

BY Ryan Chavis

FAIRFIELD, Calif — Jelly Belly Candy Co. recently introduced a line of Camo Beans, which include beans inspired by the art of camouflage. On Wednesday, the company announced that it’s introducing Pink Camo beans to the mix.

The new Pink Camo Beans collection is comprised of flavors like Cotton Candy, Coconut, Licorice, Cherry Passion Fruit Smoothie, Bubble Gum and Strawberry Cheesecake.

For every bag of Camo Beans and Pink Camo Beans sold, Jelly Belly Charities will donate $0.25 to support U.S. veterans and their families, the company said. Jelly Belly Camo Beans are available in 3.5-oz. bags and will start showing up in stores in March.

 

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Pulse rolls out line of coconut water

BY Ryan Chavis

DENVER — Pulse Beverage Corp. announced that it is expanding its product line with the debut of Natural Cabana Coconut Water and Natural Cabana Pineapple Coconut Water. The new additions will be available in Albertsons grocery stores later this month.

"Coconut water has rapidly become its own category, and we are able to introduce a product that contains high-quality ingredients, superior taste and competitive pricing that appeals to a broad and diverse marketplace," said Bob Yates, CEO of Pulse. "Now that we have grown an expansive distribution network in a relatively short period of time, we look forward to introducing our coconut water to convenience and grocery stores that we believe will resonate with our product."

Pulse will officially launch its coconut water in early March at Natural Products Expo West, a tradeshow venue for natural and organic products.

 

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Sneakz shake gets national launch

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DENVER — Sneakz Organic announced the national launch of a children’s beverage that delivers a full serving of vegetables in the form of an organic shake. The 8-oz. shake includes a mix of nutritious foods like sweet potatoes, carrots and broccoli.

"Moms recognize the important role nutrition plays in helping children develop and lead healthy lives, but often struggle to get their kids to eat vegetables," said co-founder and CEO Charlie Philp. "We wanted to offer an easy and fun solution for parents to feed their little ones their daily veggies." 

Every shake provides 2 g of fiber from vegetables, 8 g of protein and vitamins from whole food sources. Sneakz contains no GMOs, antibiotics or synthetic hormones, and no artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners.

"Sneakz effectively delivers vegetables and key nutrients that young children need at their age, along with more fiber and less sugar than other leading flavored milks in the marketplace," nutrition and natural health expert, Keegan Sheridan, said. "As a mom of two, I know first-hand the challenge many parents face in getting their little ones to eat their veggies, and Sneakz’s great taste provides a win-win for everyone."

Sneakz is available in Chocolate flavor and is packaged in an on-the-go Tetra-Pak container. The beverage is sold for $1.99 at natural stores and major retailers like Whole Foods Market stores, Wegmans and Hy-Vee as well as online at Amazon.com.

 

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