MojoMilk expands distribution into H-E-B stores

MojoMilk expands distribution into H-E-B stores

Natural Discoveries LLC announced that MojoMilk is now available at H-E-B Grocery, a privately held San Antonio, Texas-based supermarket chain with more than 329 stores throughout Texas and northern Mexico.

Natural Discoveries LLC, manufacturers of MojoMilk™ brand probiotic chocolate milk mix, announced that MojoMilk™ is now available at H-E-B Grocery, a privately held San Antonio, Texas-based supermarket chain with more than 329 stores throughout Texas and northern Mexico.

MojoMilk™ is a powdered chocolate milk mix packaged into individual serving sticks for convenience. The all-natural MojoMilk™ contains 60% less calories than the leading MojoMilkchocolate milk and provides a clinically proven probiotic, delivering 10x more active probiotics than yogurt.

“With so many schools banning chocolate milk because of the added calories and artificial ingredients, hoards of parents have been coming to MojoMilk™,” said Peter Leighton, Partner at Natural Discoveries. “Kids need the nutrients in milk and MojoMilk™ is the only chocolate milk that provides an added health benefit of probiotics.”

Since its introduction six months ago, MojoMilk™ has seen a surge in consumer interest and retail distribution has followed suit. H-E-B is the latest chain to sell MojoMilk™, expanding its distribution into the Southwest. Named Retailer of the Year in 2010 by Progressive Grocer, H-E-B is one of the largest privately held companies according to Forbes.

About MojoMilk

MojoMilk™ is the first probiotic chocolate milk mix, incorporating the patented GanedenBC30 strain, clinically proven to boost the immune system and help improve digestive health. Probiotics are “good bacteria” that have been shown to infer many health benefits. MojoMilk™ is all natural, kosher and manufactured in an eco-friendly solar powered facility. For more information go to www.mojomilk.com.

About the Chocolate Milk Dilemma

Many schools around the country are banning chocolate milk because current chocolate milk products add additional sugar, calories and artificial ingredients, contributing to the childhood obesity epidemic. Yet when flavored milk options are removed, milk consumption drops significantly, depriving children of much needed nutrients, calcium key among them. This issue is capturing significant media attention and interest among parents. For more information, refer to the Media Fact Sheet.

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