Simply Orange introduces new sweet, tart juice drinks
APOPKA, Fla. — Simply Orange has added two beverages to its lineup.
Simply Cranberry Cocktail and Simply Lemonade with Mango are made with all-natural ingredients and use only not-from-concentrate juices, the company said. Both flavors will be available 59-oz. carafes, while Simply Cranberry Cocktail also is available as a 13.5-fl.-oz. single-serve size.
Simply Cranberry Cocktail and Simply Lemonade with Mango beverages now are available in the refrigerated section of stores nationwide.
Troop Fuel salutes veterans
CHICAGO — A new line of patriotic beverages has hit the market.
Troop Fuel is a line of caffeinated beverages, which tout 55 mg of caffeine and a blend of blend of vitamins and nutrients. The brand’s name reflects its mission to thank and support those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
As part of its mission, Troop Fuel is donating 10% of its sales to veteran’s causes, including the National Guard Emergency Relief Fund, the Wounded Warrior Project, Wheelers4Warriors and Troop Vision, Troop Fuel’s own nonprofit organization whose goal is eradicating veteran homelessness by 2017.
Available in original and sugar-free varieties and packaged in 12-oz. Rexam Sleek cans, Troop Fuel currently is available at select retailers in Arizona and Alabama and will continue to roll out nationwide.
Ian’s receives Marine Stewardship Council certification for fish sticks
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Ian’s said its line of wheat-free, gluten-free fish sticks has received the Marine Stewardship Council chain of custody certification.
The new MSC certification, the company said, underscores the fact that the whole-fillet Alaska pollock is sourced from an environmentally sustainable fishery.
Ian’s allergy-friendly fish stick are available in 8-oz. and 14-oz. family pack sizes at retailers nationwide.