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Lifeway Foods Inc., Morton Grove, Ill., will launch a new line of kefir drinks featuring vegetable juices this spring.
Jamba Juice Co., Emeryville, Calif., announced the first results of a three-part survey about freshly squeezed juice. The survey, conducted by Palo Alto, Calif.-based YouGov, polled a representative national sample of more than 2,200 Americans and revealed their views on juice and, in particular, how their perspectives on green juice vary.
Headlines about a select few professional and amateur athletes have put a negative connation on the term “juicing.” Although athletes aren’t without their share of “bad apples,” more and more consumers are giving the term a new, healthier definition.
As children, many of us tried our best to disguise, hide or at the very least ignore the side of vegetables on our plates.
FreshForward Beverages launched its 100 percent natural vegetable juice Spacho.
Campbell Soup Co. expanded its V8 100 percent vegetable juice line with the introduction of V8 Hint of Lime and V8 Hint of Black Pepper.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group’s Mott’s brand entered the U.S. vegetable juice category with the launch of Mott’s Garden Blend. The 100 percent vegetable juice offers two servings of vegetables in every 8-ounce glass. Mott’s Garden Blend is available in Original and Low Sodium varieties and has a suggested retail price of $2.49 for a 32-ounce bottle and $3.99 for 64-ounce bottles.
The Campbell Soup Co. expanded its V8 franchise with V8 V-Fusion + Energy drinks and V8 Energy Shots. Each beverage provides one combined serving of vegetables and fruit as well as a natural energy boost from green tea extract, the company says. V8 V-Fusion + Energy drinks are made with a blend of vegetable and fruit juices as well as green tea.