New “Heart Health” Odwalla drink
This month, the natural health beverage company Odwalla introduces Heart Health Superfood, a berrylicious new blend that contains 0.4g of plant sterols per 8 fl oz serving. The plant sterols — naturally sourced plant extracts — may help to reduce cholesterol and support cardiovascular health when you drink two 8 fl oz servings per day with meals as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
This new smoothie contains a mix of juices and purées: apple, peach, banana and strawberry. Then Odwalla adds a touch of purple boysenberry puree and Concord grape juice.
“With its great berry taste, this new Superfood smoothie is so delicious that you might not realize that it’s good for you,” said Jason Dolenga, brand manager, Odwalla. “But your heart will know.”
A good source of Vitamin C and potassium, Heart Health joins the five existing members of the Superfood product family: Original Superfood, Berries GoMega®, Red Rhapsody®, Pink Poetry® and Mo’Beta®. Heart Health is available in 450 mL grab-n-go recyclable plastic bottles.
Nudie is now selling a variety of new juice and yoghurt flavours in supermarkets and Australia.
Garlo’s Pies will now be available on Emirates flights between Auckland to Dubai.
Almond Breeze is now selling flavoured milk options in single serve formats.
A new “caviar” product is being sold online by a Singaporean food group targeting Australian consume...
Could ‘liquid apple pie’ be the next beverage trend to take Australia by storm?
Murray Goulburn has launched a high protein yoghurt under its Danone brand.
Sanitarium has launched a new version of Weet-Bix called ‘Weet-Bix Cholesterol Lowering’.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has launched a new limited-edition Powerade variety containing coconut water...