The superfoods company that launched an innovative organic Coconut Water Powder in 2012 is yet again advancing the way people can enjoy the many benefits of coconut water. Navitas Naturals is offering a new Chocolate Coconut Water Powder and Goldenberry Coconut Water Powder, which both provide the hydration benefits of coconut water, but are also fortified with Navitas superfoods that provide a big boost of nutrition and flavor.
Thanks to the mineral-rich coconut water used in this instant drink powder, each serving of the new powders contains five electrolytes known to support rapid hydration: sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium and phosphorus. Goldenberry Coconut Water Powder and Chocolate Coconut Water Powder raise coconut water nutrition to a whole new level, because camu camu, a superfruit from the Amazon, has been added to boost the vitamin C of both products. Thanks to camu camu, each serving meets the daily recommended intake of vitamin C.
To create a delicious chocolate or fruit-flavored sports drink, simply stir 11 grams (approximately 1 tablespoon) of powder into a glass of water. The new powders are made from fresh coconuts from the Philippines, goldenberries from Colombia and raw cacao and camu camu from Peru, and they’re freeze-dried to preserve the flavor and nutrients. Offered in a 5.8-ounce bag for $19.99, these Coconut Water Powders are raw, certified organic, gluten-free, Non-GMO Project Verified and vegan. Navitas Naturals products are available at hundreds of stores in North America including Whole Foods Markets, Wegmans, Sprouts and HEB, as well as online at NavitasNaturals.com and Amazon.
Fortified naturally with raw camu camu, cacao and goldenberry powder, these new organic superfood blends are a unique new functional food version of coconut water. The raw cacao provides more than just a rich chocolate flavor—it’s one of the most abundant natural food sources of immunity-boosting antioxidants. Cacao also contains key minerals including magnesium and iron. The freeze-dried goldenberry powder featured in the other blend is a plentiful source of vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, protein, fiber and phytonutrients. In addition to camu camu being the richest food source of vitamin C, the antioxidant-rich berry from the Amazon is also a plentiful source of potassium, calcium, beta carotene, amino acids and phytochemicals. Each 35-calorie serving contains more potassium than a banana.