Natural product company news of the week

Natural product company news of the week

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new dairy-free alternative products from Ruby Rockets and GO VEGGIE, and a new ingredient from Enzymotec.

Youtheory was named a 2015 Top Workplace by The Orange County Register, which decides its list based on the results of employee feedback surveys.

Probiotic drink maker GoodBelly unveiled GoodBelly Protein Shakes, a line of multi-functional beverages that contain 15 grams of protein and 40 billion probiotic cultures. They're available in three flavors: Tropical Coconut, Green Power and Triple Berry.

Enzymotec has entered the growing sports nutrition market with the launch of EnzySport, a natural phosphatylserine-based ingredient solution that is clinically proven to increase stamina during exercise and accelerate recovery afterwards.

Ebro Foods subsidiary New World Pasta Company, which makes the Ronzoni pasta brand, is bringing production of its Ronzoni Gluten Free pasta to Memphis, Tennessee. Previously, it has been imported from overseas.

Portugal-based Allmicroalgae announced that it is the new supplier of Allma Chlorella and has unveiled plans for a significant new phase of investment in its production facilities.

Arla Foods Ingredients has launched Health to-Go, an innovative protein-rich ingredient solution that can be used to create convenient snack products that will appeal to the growing number of people living in urban areas.

Following the success of its popular Frozen Veggie & Fruit Pops, Ruby Rockets announced the launch of its new Non-Dairy Fruit & Veggie Blend, a shelf-stable plant-based yogurt alternative free from gluten, dairy and GMOs.

In addition to more than 1,000 retailers in the U.S. and international retail distribution, TOLERANT pasta-shaped legumes will now also be available in Freshly, Garden Lites and Harry’s Fresh ready meals.

BiPro USA announced that its flavored whey protein products will be naturally sweetened moving forward. BiPro chocolate and French vanilla varieties will no longer contain sucralose.

Expanding on its popular line of cheese-free products, GO VEGGIE's new grab-n-go bars are made with  coconut, contain no cholesterol, lactose, soy, preservatives nor gluten, and are only 50 calories each. They come in two unique and trendy flavors, Sriracha or White Cheddar.

DDW, The Color House, recently acquired the KleurCraft portfolio of coloring foods, custom formulations and related technology from SVZ International B.V. The accord enables DDW to expand in the thriving ingredient segment of coloring foods.

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