Earth Balance’s Organic Coconut Spread is a multi-functional substitution for butter. In addition to being eaten as a topping, Earth Balance encourages consumers to cook, bake, fry and sauté with their spread to enrich foods with the taste and health benefits of coconut. Earth Balance promises “something that’s richer, smoother, and creamier than you ever thought possible.”

Big Mouth Snack, LLC is introducing its new granola snack, Snackle Mouth, in a unique and colorful packaging. Inside a circus clown-like, widely grinning face, Snackle Mouth comes in three flavors of granola clusters: Almond Berry, Pecan Maple and Peanut Cranberry. All three feature almonds, agave and oat bran and are made on equipment that processes dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and wheat. Additions of blueberries, maple flavor, and salted peanuts give each a different, distinct taste.

Kay’s Naturals has added to its line of gluten-free foods with Protein Puffs. Says the company, “Protein Puffs follow the same nutritional profile as the rest of our product line, with the added benefit of MORE fiber and MORE protein! MORE fiber!” Available are Almond Delight, Tomato Basil and Veggie Pizza.

All natural, wheat-and gluten-free Lemon Burst Cookies are now on offer from WOW Baking Company. These light, soft baked treats contain a refreshing burst of lemon flavor, according to the company. They are available both as single serve, individually packaged cookies and in bakery tub containers. “These cookies will brighten your day even if the sun decides not to come out and play,” the company says.

Gardenbar presents a wholesome blend of veggies, whole grains, legumes, seeds, nuts and spices that will satisfy your exotic cuisine cravings, says the company. Five delicious flavors include Japanese, Mexican, Indian, Italian and American. Each one is vegan, soy-free, gluten-free and made with whole foods. Each bar is less than 200 calories per serving and contains six grams of fat.

What’s Eating Your Child? ($13.95, 320 pp), by Kelly Dorfman, MS, lND, offers a look into the nutritional deficiencies or excesses that can cause many childhood ailments. Dorfman describes the diets of her young patients and finds that changing some of their eating habits has an effect on the ailments f rom which they suffer. A beneficial read for anyone whose child suffers regularly from behavioral or mood problems.

New from American Health are Ester-C Effervescent Vitamin C Packets in a natural orange flavor. The powder dissolves in 4–6 fl. oz. of water, which “delivers the advanced active immune system support and potent antioxidant activity,” says the firm. The formula includes 1,000 mg of Ester-C, essential vitamins such as B6 and B12, plus electrolytes. SRP: $17.99, 21 ct.

Premier Health Concepts, LLC has announced a new lip balm line called DeVine Lip Shimmers that uses grape seed oil, resveratrol and red wine antioxidants. The company says it takes the health benefits of wine and puts it into the form of a lip balm featured in Rose/Merlot, Champagne/ Bordeaux and Vanilla Spritzer. MSRP: $4.99 per 2 pack

White Egret has added Hyaluronic Acid Day Serum to its personal care line of products. Says the company, “Hyaluronic acid is the main ingredient in the formula because it’s a moisture-promoting molecule that is abundant in youthful skin, but begins to diminish as we age.” Hyaluronic acid can help firm and moisturize the skin. SRP: $16.99 for a 2-ounce jar.