natural products news roundup

Natural product company news of the week

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new sprouted grain pancake mixes from Pamela's Products and kid-friendly noodle cups from Revolution Foods.

New from iconic gluten-free brand Pamela's Products are a nut flour blend and a line of pancake mixes that feature sprouted grains.

Ancon International and B&D Nutritional Ingredients announced an agreement to bring to the U.S. market a series of food-derived oligopeptides, which are a delivery concept for proteins and amino acids due to their ability to provide rapid and superior digestibility while providing nutritional value, their excellent water solubility, their stability in the presence of temperature and pH changes, and their ability to reduce or eliminate allergens common in food proteins.

In a Cup is a new kid-friendly, noodle-based meal from Revolution Foods that includes vegetables, 8 to 10 grams of protein, and is available in three flavors: Spaghetti Marinara, Sesame Noodles and Thai-Style Satay Rice Noodles. The company was founded by two moms and is also a K-12 school meals provider.

Foodstirs released a line of organic, non-GMO baking kits and mixes in Southern California-based specialty grocery chain Gelson's. The line consists of three baking kits—Frosted Cake Pop, Celebration Cupcake, and Brownie Popsicle—as well as four mixes—Sweet Tooth Sugar Cookie, Chocolate Lovers Brownie, Chocolate Chippy Cookie and Simply Sweet Vanilla Cake.

A new line of zero-calorie Mellow Mood Relaxation Drinks joins the Marley Beverage Company lineup, along with new flavors of its One Drop ready-to-drink coffee including Swirl and Banana Split.

Simplesa announced the release of two new products: Sleep Complex, a new product that combines B-6, magnesium, melatonin and other herbal ingredients, and Omega-3EFA.

JSL Foods announced the certification of its plant in Los Angeles by Quality Assurance International (QAI). This plant produces Asian noodles, rice, grain and Asian wrappers. Currently five noodle SKUs have been given the Certified Organic stamp.

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