Pirate's BootyPirate Brands has launched Pirate’s Booty New York Pizza. These puffs are made from rice and corn and are blended with tomato, mozzarella cheese and Italian spices. Ingredients are all natural.
SRP: $1.49 (1 oz) and $2.99 (4 oz).
P.O. Box 326, Sea Cliff, NY 11579, www.piratebrands.com

The So Delicious Coconut Milk Creamer from Turtle Mountain is the newest addition to the company’s line of dairy-free foods. The firm notes that coconut milk offers health benefits such as having anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties. This cholesterol-free creamer is available in original, French vanilla and hazelnut.
SRP: $3.99 per pint.

The Isopure Company brings to market Isopure Plus, protein beverages that give seniors and those with nutritional deficiencies an alternative to traditional drinks. Each drink offers 15 grams of protein in each eight-ounce serving. Drink choices include Alpine Punch and Grape Frost and are available with or without carbs.

Kenai CrunchReal Earth Products LLC now offers Kenai Crunch Protein Bars in Tropical, Lemon Almond Hiker and Chocolate Peanut Butter Mountain. Each gluten-free bar contains 160 calories, 0 cholesterol, 0 trans fats, 11 grams of soy protein and is 100% natural.
SRP: $20.79 per 12-bar box, $1.89 per bar.

YogurtOrganic Valley has launched a line of drinkable organic low-fat yogurts in 32-oz bottles. Flavors include plain, berry and vanilla. The live probiotics and inulin prebiotic fiber are intended to boost digestive and immune health, according to the company.
SRP: $3.99
One Organic Way, LaFarge, WI 54639, www.organicvalley.coop

The National Toxicology Program (NTP) Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR) convened an expert panel on December 16–18, 2009 in Alexandria, VA to evaluate available scientific data on soy infant formula, which often is used as a supplement or replacement for human or cow milk.

ethnic food

Chicago, IL—According to market research firm, Mintel, sales in the ethnic food sector have climbed steadily since 2004, setting a record high of $2.2 billion in 2009...

cows in pasture

Alexandria, VA—The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of farm animals by certifying their humane treatment, the use of the certification mark, “Certified Humane.”