BluePrint, a brand of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Hain Celestial Group, announced the launch of a new line of certified USDA organic kombucha drinks. Currently, the line is available at Whole Foods Market and local retailers in the New York Tri-State area and will be in Whole Foods Market Midwest- area stores starting in September. Additionally, starting Aug. 25, BluePrint Kombucha Drinks will be available in Sprouts Farmers Market locations, it adds.
Campbell’s V8 Vegetable and Fruit Juices claims 59 percent of votes
April 20, 2015
In line with consumers’ interest with health and wellness products as well as vegetable flavors, Camden, N.J.-based Campbell Soup Co. introduced in January its new line of V8 Vegetable and Fruit Juice beverages. This month, Beverage Industry readers have shown that they agree that this new product release was on point by voting the product line Beverage Industry’s Readers’ Choice New Product of the Month for March.
Jamba Blue Fusion, Red Fusion smoothies now available at retailers nationwide
July 30, 2014
Inventure Foods Inc., Phoenix, a marketer and manufacturer of specialty food brands under a variety of company-owned and licensed brand names, announced a consumer-facing campaign to invite fans to vote for the next Jamba At Home smoothie recipe. The Jamba brand is owned by Jamba Juice Co., Emeryville Calif.
Blue Fusion, Red Fusion Fruit & Veggie Smoothies are dairy free, gluten free
May 5, 2014
Inventure Foods Inc., Phoenix, a marketer and manufacturer of specialty food brands under a variety of company-owned and licensed brand names, launched Jamba Red Fusion and Blue Fusion Fruit & Veggie Smoothies at retail stores.
New flavors offer fruit and vegetable tastes, vitamins
January 6, 2014
Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co.’s Minute Maid brand welcomed two new flavors to its Juices To Go product line: Tropical Blend and Berry Blend. The new blends are the first Minute Maid Juices To Go products to contain both vegetable and fruit juices. Both varieties are available in 15.2-ounce single-serve bottles for on-the-go consumption.
Children can get crafty when it comes to eating vegetables. They can push them around their plates to try to make it look like they’ve eaten more than they have; or they might hide them in their napkins or underneath other food. The last resort for most kids is actually eating the vegetables. However, manufacturers and parents alike are hoping that incentives and constant exposure to vegetables might help these picky eaters adapt.