Naked Juice launches vegetable smoothies
MONROVIA, Calif. Naked Juice is making eating vegetables easier for picky eaters with the launch of two new vegetable rich smoothies.
Berry Veggie Machine is a blend of healthy purple carrots, sweet potatoes, red beets and sweet corn, in addition to delicious cherries, strawberries and plums. It contains two servings of vegetables and one serving of fruit in each 15.2-oz. bottle. The other new flavor, Orange Carrot, is citrus and carrot blend with one serving of vegetables and two servings of fruit in each 15.2-oz. bottle.
Both new Naked Juice flavors will be available nationwide for the suggested retail price of $3.29 per 15.2-oz. bottle.
Drank rolls into Tennessee
HOUSTON Drank has made its way to The Volunteer State.
Innovative Beverage Group announced it has inked a deal with two Tennessee-based beverage distributors, Clark Distributing and Central Distributors, to sell Drank, the ultimate relaxation beverage.
“Joining forces with two prestigious beverage distributors such as Central and Clark provides Drank with even more credibility in Tennessee,” said Peter Bianchi, CEO of Innovative Beverage Group. “By partnering with them, we have the opportunity to line our product on store shelves alongside other household name products, further solidifying Drank’s place in pop culture conversations and consumers’ refrigerators.
Luna launches first organic protein bar for women
BERKELEY, Calif. Nutrition bar maker Luna announced the launch of its first high-protein bar for women made with entirely natural and organic ingredients.
Luna Protein satiates hunger and helps women more easily fit protein into their diet, the company said. At just under 200 calories, Luna Protein is a nourishing and delicious snack that satisfies sweet cravings with a chocolate coating and nougat texture— the closest consistency to a candy bar that Luna has ever offered. Additionally, it offers key vitamins and minerals essential to women’s everyday needs, such as calcium, iron, folic acid and vitamin D.
“Women shouldn’t have to struggle with finding portable protein sources when they’re on-the-go,” said Paula Connelly, Luna brand director. “Luna Protein offers women a convenient, portable, natural and delicious protein option to toss in their purse.”
Luna Protein, which comes in three varieties — chocolate peanut butter, cookie dough and chocolate cherry almond — now is available at grocery and natural food retailers nationwide at a suggested retail price of $1.39.