Global Beverage EnterprisesGlobal Beverage Enterprises Inc. has reformulated and repackaged its Mr. Q Cumber cucumber-based beverage in a 7-oz bottle. The 100% natural sparkling drink contains no sodium and has only 90 calories. Ingredients include sparkling filtered water, citric acid, cane sugar and cucumber flavor.

SRP: $1.09 (per bottle) and $26.16 (per case of 24).

Premier OrganicsPremier Organics now makes Artisana organic nut butters in 1.16-oz squeeze packs. The portable product is available in all nine original flavors plus one new flavor (Cashini). Says the company, “These convenient squeeze packs are ideal for kids’ lunch boxes, camping, hiking, running, going to the gym or any other activity.”

Green Valley Organics'Green Valley Organics’ lactose-free yogurt and kefir are now available. The products are organic, certified humane, low fat, kosher, GMO and gluten free; they also contain Flourish active probiotic cultures. Several yogurt flavors are available, including plain, vanilla, blueberry, strawberry and honey.

energy drinks

We all know that feeling of the mid-day slump. But, think twice before you grab that energy drink. Conventional energy drinks can have detrimental health consequences. Instead, consider a natural energy drink to keep you engaged and energized throughout the day.

This month, we will chat with Dr. Dyerberg about the details and meaning of these studies.

The aisles of Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center were crowded as 21,500 food industry professionals attended the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting and Food Expo in mid-July.

Once every two years, researchers from around the world convene at the Conference of the International Coenzyme Q10 Association to discuss the latest science on coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), including its mitochondrial, metabolic and neurological effects.

teens

Natural products can help teen customers cope with problematic skin.

The aisles of Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center were crowded as 21,500 food industry professionals attended the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting and Food Expo in mid-July.