As immune and gut health continue to be top of mind, Lifeway Foods, a leader in kefir and fermented probiotic products, has launched Lifeway Oat—a dairy-free, certified vegan drink that offers the same mood boosting and gut-health supporting benefits, as its best-selling collection of dairy kefir products.
Brazi Bites, pioneer of Latin-inspired, naturally gluten-free foods, announces the launch of Pizza’nadas, an extension of the brand’s popular Empanadas line. Pizza’nadas start with the same, iconic Brazilian cheese bread base made from clean ingredients like tapioca flour, eggs, cheese, and milk, stuffed with fresh mozzarella, uncured pepperoni, and tomato sauce for a delicious, nostalgic pizza flavor consumers love. Take the Pizza’nadas straight from the freezer to the oven or air fryer for a snack that is ready in minutes.
Hälsa, maker of the first and only 100% clean organic oatmilk yogurt, is expanding its product line with the addition of a 24 oz. family size Plain Unsweetened Zero Sugar Oatmilk Yogurt. The new Zero Sugar oatmilk yogurt has only 90 calories per serving and has multiple uses as a base for making healthy probiotic smoothies, dips, sauces, salad dressings and many other plant-based recipes at home.
Proceeds from SoCal Costco purchases of Worthy Bowls will go to the non-profit One Simple Wish, which supports children in foster care.
February 4, 2021
The Worthy Company, creator of the plant-based, ready-to-eat Worthy Bowl, is expanding distribution to Southern California Costco and Bristol Farms locations. The Worthy Company’s Strawberry & Greens flavor in a 4-pack is now available at nine Southern California Costco locations, while 14 Bristol Farms stores will offer the brand’s Strawberry & Greens, Vanilla Orange and Mango & Greens bowls in early March.
While low calorie and low carb were at one time benchmarks for health food, attention has shifted to a greater focus on low/no sugar or low/no added sugars.
July 26, 2019
Health and wellness trends have significant impact on consumer attitudes and behaviors when shopping for food and beverages, according to “Breakfast: Retail Product Trends and Opportunities in the U.S., 2nd Edition,” released by Packaged Facts, Rockville, Md.
With parents on the lookout, America’s youngest consumers are increasingly growing health-conscious themselves.
July 18, 2018
Generation Z, also known as the iGeneration, aged 11-22, carry the potential to re-set expectations for health and wellness, increase the reach of international cuisine and heighten creativity in the kitchen, according to the latest research from Mintel, Chicago.
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