Henry’s Sweet Miracle Honey introduces Stingers, combining raw honey with various flavorful spices. Offerings include Grumpy Grandpa Blend and Phoebe’s Fireball. The company began when 12 year old beekeeper and entrepreneur Henry Miller decided along with his parents to start selling honey from their Washington state farm. A portion of profits goes to The Foundation for the Preservation of Honey Bees.
The Republic of Tea is introducing a new line of 68 full-leaf loose tea varieties. This type of tea offers a more intense tea flavor, says the company. Some of the new flavors being offered include Coconut Pu-Erh, Keemum 1110, and Milk Oolong.
Ex Aqua Vitamins are the latest drinks to debut from Ex Drinks, LLC. The beverages are enhanced waters, which come in peach mango, lemon lime and raspberry and are a blend of fruit extracts and water. Each serving of this beverage is a rich source of vitamins B3, B5, B6, B7, B12 and E; they also contain no preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, sweeteners and artificial flavors.
Using coconuts grown in Thailand, C2O from SunSweet Naturals is a 100% natural, unsweetened, pure coconut water drink. This low-glycemic product contains 18–20 amino acids and no fat. Each serving contains 50 calories and each can has two servings. This drink, says the company, offers many nutritional properties to help keep the body operating and feeling great.
SunRidge Farms has a solution for children who are allergic to food dye or who consume a natural diet. The new all-natural Milk Chocolate Rainbow Drops are a lot like M&M’s, but they do not contain food dye and titanium dioxide. The candies are flavored with real ingredients, such as premium chocolate, real vanilla and pure cane sugar.
Lifeway introduced Frozen Kefir. This product contains calcium, protein and 10 strains of probiotics to support bone, digestive and muscular health. With almost half the calories of yogurt and twice the probiotics, this kefir comes in four flavors: original, strawberry, pomegranate and mango.
Truitt Bros., Inc. has just released a Pumpkin Pie Mix. This blend can be added to muffins, shakes, pies, smoothies and just about anything you can think of. Seasoned with ginger, allspice, cloves, sugar and cinnamon, the mix contains no preservatives and is not processed or overcooked. What does this mean for customers? Easy to use and store pouches that are shelf-stable. The Food Alliance has also certified this mix as sustainable.
Pomegranate Berry and Calypso Mango are the latest teas to debut from Mighty Leaf Tea. Pomegranate Berry contains a blend of berries, nectar of pomegranate, citrus, rose hips and hibiscus. Calypso Mango fuses tropical flavors along with natural mango and is a black tea.
Tenaya, LLC has just lowered the suggested retail price (SRP) of its Made drinks from $2.69 to $1.99. The company also now offers a new Made formula, that contains 18-20% less sugar than the original product. Made contains only natural and organic products, is gluten free, Kosher approved and certified organic. Made bottles also are easily accepted for recycling and are BPA (bisphenol A) free.
Clif Bar & Company presents a new Clif Kid Z Bar, in a new and improved peanut butter flavor. The bar promises to “nourish kids in motion,” and is packed with 12 vitamins and minerals that children need. They are made with no high fructose corn syrup, no hydrogenated oils, no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives and have no trans fats. The peanut butter bar joins five other flavors: blueberry, chocolate chip, honey graham, chocolate brownie and s’mores.