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 an essential oil supplement line from Young Living Essential Oils and new products from GoodBelly and Califia Farms.

Califia Farms has launched Better Half Creamer, a nut-based alternative to half-and-half that combines coconut and almond cream. It's also reformulated its line of almondmilk creamers and added a no-sugar version.

Essential oils company Young Living Essential Oils launched Vitality, its therapeutic-grade essential oil supplement line featuring 27 of its most popular essential oils in four distinct categories: Herb, Spice, Citrus, and Supplement.

Vital Essentials bolstered its family of Vital Treats for Dogs with the arrival of Freeze-Dried Minnows. 

A new line of protein shakes from GoodBelly contain 15 grams of protein and 40 billion live, active probiotic cultures. Three flavors are available: Tropical Coconut, Green Power and Triple Berry.

InterHealth Nutraceuticals Inc., announced the launch of a new heart health ingredient. CardiaSlim is a patented blend of Sphaeranthus indicus and Garcinia mangostana shown in three randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies to support healthy blood lipid levels and body weight.

Dr. Muhammed Majeed, the founder of Sabinsa Corporation and Sami Labs, was lead author of a paper published on the cumulative safety data of ForsLean, the company’s patented coleus forskohlii extract. The paper concludes that there were no signs of toxicity in the repeated doses of 28 days (acute study) and 180 days (chronic study) with Coleus forskohlii (containing 10 percent forskolin).

Beaumont Products announced the addition of an organic version of its popular Veggie Wash, certified by the Oregon Tilth.

Fuji Chemical Industries Co., parent company of AstaReal, is expanding its line of Kosher products. Earlier this month, AstaReal P2AF (2 percent cold water dispersible powder) became Kosher certified.

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