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Sundance Beverage Co., a subsidiary of the National Beverage Corp., launched a new line of all-natural, zero-calorie sparkling waters by the name of Spree.
Games like Nintendo’s Brain Age and websites like lumosity.com can help users exercise their brains to keep them in tip-top shape while making cognitive training fun.
When the cold and flu season strikes, a glass of orange juice is many consumers’ solution to getting their daily dose of vitamin C to help strengthen their immune systems.
Hamilton, N.J.-based Bai Brands, makers of Bai 5 all-natural, 5-calorie, antioxidant-infused beverages, and Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS), Plano, Texas, announced a major distribution agreement that will put Bai Brands drinks in most major U.S. markets.
Bai Brands, Princeton, N.J., announced a series of expansion plans that would put its line of all-natural, 5-calorie, antioxidant-infused Bai 5 drinks in all 50 states by the end of 2014.
In comic books, superheroes like Batman, Spiderman and Superman use their special powers to protect cities and the people within them from harm.
The results of a study by Innova Market Insights, Duiven, the Netherlands, which tracked the number of global launches of food and beverage products that contain resveratrol, found that increasing consumer interest in health and the growing body of research about the antioxidant’s role and efficacy has helped the ingredient become more mainstream.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. (GMCR) introduced Wellness Brewed beverages, a collection of K-Cup packs created to enhance consumers’ wellness lifestyles.
A study of mice with Type 2 diabetes found that a significant amount of coffee consumption could help protect against memory loss associated with advanced diabetes, as well as reduce weight gain and lower blood sugar levels, according to a May 10 article published in New York Daily News.