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Nature’s Pride rolls out Premium Harvest line

BY Allison Cerra

IRVING, Texas Nature’s Pride is introducing Premium Harvest hamburger buns and deli rolls.

Nature’s Pride Premium Harvest buns and rolls are available in three delicious varieties:

  • 100% whole wheat bakery buns with 34 grams of whole grains in each bun and have 25% less sodium than regular 100% whole wheat buns
  • Country White Bakery Buns with seven grams of protein in each bun and have 25% less sodium than regular white buns
  • Country White Deli Rolls with seven grams of protein in each roll and have 25% less sodium than regular white rolls.

“Nature’s Pride Premium Harvest buns and rolls are the newest tasty additions to our growing brand of 100% natural breads,” said Laura Pitlik, director of marketing for Nature’s Pride.  “As grilling season heads into high gear, Nature’s Pride Premium Harvest buns and rolls are perfect for cookouts all summer – and beyond.”

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Coca-Cola awarded for PlantBottle packaging

BY Allison Cerra

ATLANTA Coca-Cola was saluted for its recyclable, PET plastic packaging at the 22nd annual DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation.

Coca-Cola’s PlantBottle packaging — which was launched in December 2009 — earned a gold award for demonstrating breakthrough packaging innovation, Coca-Cola said. The DuPont Award is the packaging industry’s longest running, independently judged global award program. Made of up to 30% plant-based material, PlantBottle packaging is made from renewable sources that is 100% recyclable, like traditional PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic. PlantBottle packaging can be recycled in the existing commercial recycling infrastructure, Coca-Cola said.

 “Our journey has only just begun, but the initial success we have seen in the marketplace along with highly credible recognition like this from DuPont show that we are making progress and delivering packaging innovation in response to consumers, customers and our franchise insights and business needs,” said Scott Vitters, PlantBottle business lead at Coca-Cola.

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Dr Pepper Snapple Group named company of the year at Beverage Forum

BY Allison Cerra

PLANO, Texas Dr Pepper Snapple Group was awarded for its outstanding performance, flavor leadership and innovation at this year’s Beverage Forum, hosted by Beverage Marketing Corp. and Beverage World magazine.

DPS was bestowed with the 2010 Company of the Year award in the large company category, which recognizes one organization with more than $1 billion in revenue. Dr Pepper Snapple Group was launched in 2008.

“Dr Pepper Snapple Group continues to be one of the most vibrant and innovative CSD companies in the industry today and its diverse portfolio of leading brands is one of its greatest strengths. Although the company’s roots are deeply entrenched in CSD history, its ongoing success is a testament to what can be achieved when the right brands and the right people are combined with an entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to innovation,” said Kevin Francella, co-chair of The Beverage Forum and publisher of Beverage World magazine.

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