New Food and Beverage Rollout: September 2012

Convenience is the name of the game for our September 2012 new food and beverage rollout. Consumers can dine on ethnic cuisine, homemade comfort foods, desserts and healthy fare without putting in long hours.

By Food Processing Staff

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Karma Wellness Water Keeps Essential Ingredients Separate Until Drink Time
Each variety of Karma Wellness Water contains 110 percent of the RDA of vitamins A, B3, B6, B12, Niacin, D, and E.

 Odwalla Smoothies for Kids Odwalla Introduces Smoothies For Kids
The Coca-Cola-owned company introduced a refrigerated line of lunchbox-suitable, not-from-concentrate smoothies that are conveniently packaged in easy-to-hold drink boxes.  Odwalla Garden Organics Odwalla Garden Organics Debut
Goodness personified with three servings of organic vegetables and fruit in each 12-oz. bottle.  Gluten Free Apple Chex Apple Cinnamon Chex Gluten Free Cereal Debuts
Sprinkled with real apple and cinnamon, 9g of whole grain per serving, and no artificial colors or flavors, it provides key nutrients, vitamins and minerals to start the day on a high note.  Veggie Stix Veggie Stix Reformulated
Vegetable snacks use a new process to introduce nutritional value into snack foods, helping improve nutrition and preserve flavor.

 Hershey Simple Pleasures Hershey's Simple Pleasures Offer Low-Guilt Chocolate Enjoyment
The creamy chocolates contain 30 percent less fat than average milk chocolates.  Kettle Brand Chips Kettle Brands Celebrates Its 30th Birthday By Unretiring Four Flavors
The Birthday Collection brings four savory flavors out of retirement: Red Chili, Jalapeño Jack, Cheddar Beer and Salsa with Mesquite.    
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