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Arctic Zero, Escondido, Calif., expanded its line of functional, protein-packed, low-calorie frozen desserts to include Sea Salt Caramel, Orange Cream and Coconut Arctic Zero orange cream smoothie inbodyflavors.

“I have an insatiable appetite for inventing new and unique flavors and improving upon existing fan favorites to evolve our line of frozen desserts,” says Greg Holtman, founder. “We listen closely to what our loyal customers say about our functional foods and are excited to introduce them to our new pint flavors. We’re also proud to share our newly enhanced formulation with Arctic Zero fans everywhere, so they can enjoy a creamier, smoother texture and richer taste in every pint."

Available in 150-calorie pints, the new Sea Salt Caramel, Orange Cream and Coconut flavors feature 12 grams of whey protein, 8 grams of fiber and only 20 grams of sugar per container. Each pint is made with premium, natural and GMO-free ingredients, and contains no artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners. They are available for a suggested retail price of $4-5 per pint and $4-5 per box of four bars at natural and traditional grocers nationwide, including Whole Foods Market, Sprouts Farmers Market, Walmart, Kroger, Publix and Safeway.

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