Nature’s Plus is releasing Power Teen Bars into its Power Teen line of energy supplement s for young people. Chocolate Berry Flavor bars are designed to give teens all day energy in a convenient snack bar that’s high in protein and vitamins for nutrient-dense energy. Says the company, it’s “Natural Fuel for the Energy Generation!”
Kettle Foods has just made available Kettle Brand Tias! tortilla chips. Flavors include Zesty Ranch, Nacho Cheddar, Toasted Corn and Salsa Picante. Chips are made from all-natural herbs and spices, contain non-GMO ingredients, no preservatives, artificial flavors, artificial colors or MSG. SRP: $3.69 for eight-ounce bag.
Rain Flower Pure Raw Organic Honey and Killer Bee Pure Raw Organic Honey are two recent additions to the Once Again Nut Butter/ Dawes Hill product line. Both of these honeys are harvested from areas in the Amazon according to sustainable bee keeping and honey harvesting practices. All products and ingredients are organic, gluten-free, kosher and fair trade certified.
Lifeway’s ProBugs is an Organic Whole Milk Kefir for kids packaged in a spill-proof, squishy pouch. Packed with vitamin D, calcium, fiber and protein, Whole Milk Kefir is a yogurt-like smoothie that is gluten free, 99% lactose free and features 10 active probiotic cultures. The product comes in four flavors and is fortified with inulin for optimum calcium absorption.
New from Choice Organic Teas are five additions to the company’s Fair Trade Certified organic tea line. These new flavors — Oothu garden green, Wild Forest Black, Decaffeinated English Breakfast, Rooibos Superfruit and Yerba Mate Mint—feature the Jane Goodall “Good for All” brand name on their packaging to emphasize the company’s environmentally conscious philosophy.
Dry Soda Company announces the debut of its new design and packaging. Dry Soda features allnatural ingredients and flavors, including cucumber, blood orange, vanilla bean and lavender. These sodas are sweetened with only 11–15 grams of cane sugar syrup, making for a less sweet soda. The new sophisticated packaging features recyclable glass bottles.
Fresh Harvest Products, Inc. expanded its Wings of Nature line of snack bars. Varieties now include Espresso, Cranberry and Almond Raisin. These 1.4-oz. bars are low sodium, an excellent source of fiber, vegan and dairy free, offer a low-glycemic carbohydrate and are certified organic. SRP: $31.99 per 24-count pack.
From St. Amour Cookies comes Susan’s Sugar Free, a new line of vegan and sugar-free cookies. Available in several flavors, Orange & Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, ginger, Chocolate and Almond, cookies contain no preservatives, baking soda and trans-fats. Four of the five varieties also are vegan.
Hillside Candy has added Iced Mint Mango and Blood Orange hard candies to its GoNaturally line. This confection is sweetened with organic brown rice syrup and evaporated cane juice. Handmade in America, the candy is gluten free, contains no chemicals or preservatives and is Halal/Kosher. Also, the candy comes in peg bags and recyclable twist wrappers. SRP: $2.99 per 3.5 oz bag.
Soft and Chewy Gluten Free Granola Bars are the newest product from Bakery on Main. Available in a six ounce, five count carton, bars include Chocolate Almond, Apple Cinnamon and Peanut Butter & Jelly. Bars are made with GFCO-certified gluten-free oats, quinoa, amaranth and flax and chia seeds. SRP: $5.49 per 3.5 oz bag.