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GoodBelly Probiotic Coconut Water, Tropical Green & StraightShot

March 9, 2011
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NextFoods’ GoodBelly Brand expanded its line of probiotic-enhanced fruit drinks with the addition of GoodBelly Probiotic Coconut Water, GoodBelly Tropical Green and GoodBelly StraightShot. Each of the new products contain the probiotic strain Lp299v to help promote digestive health, the company says. GoodBelly Probiotic Coconut Water contains natural electrolytes along with 20 billion live and active probiotic cultures at the time of manufacture in each serving, NextFoods says. It contains 80 calories in a serving and is packaged in 32-ounce cartons for $3.49. A blend of antioxidants, vitamins and organic ingredients, GoodBelly Tropical Green contains billions of live and active probiotic cultures in a beverage in a low-calorie beverage, the company says. Tropical Green contains spinach, spirulina, chlorella, parsley, alfalfa grass and oat grass and is packaged in 32-ounce containers for $3.49. GoodBelly Straight shot has a non-dairy base and is fortified with 20 billion live and active probiotic cultures at the time of manufacture in each 2.7-ounce shot. The shots are sold in four-packs for $2.99.

NextFoods, Boulder, Colo.
Distribution: National
Ingredients: GoodBelly Probiotic Coconut Water: Coconut water from concentrate, organic oat flour, organic grape juice concentrate, organic barley malt, lactobacillus plantarum299V and Reb A.

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