TWDL,  Meadow Gold Dairies developing flavored, fortified water product

TWDL, Meadow Gold Dairies developing flavored, fortified water product

Texas Wyoming Drilling, Inc. and Meadow Gold Dairies to produce and market their new bottled water products. They are making continued progress toward the production of three vitamin C and vitamin D fortified fruit flavored beverages that will be marketed under the name of Vita-BreezeCopyright.


Texas Wyoming Drilling, Inc. (pinksheets:TWDL) reports that its wholly owned subsidiary, Legacy Rock, has been working closely with Meadow Gold Dairies in Las Vegas, a division of Dean Foods, to produce and market their new bottled water products. They are making continued progress toward the production of three vitamin C and vitamin D fortified fruit flavored beverages that will be marketed under the name of Vita-BreezeCopyright. The flavoring dry pack mixes will be produced by Cargill, Inc. and will initially be mixed at the Meadow Gold Dairy plant in Las Vegas. Cargill is producing the flavors according to specifications in recipes developed by Legacy Rock. As such, they are proprietary formulas that will be marketed exclusively under the Company copyrighted name, Vita-BreezeCopyright.

Legacy Rock has been working toward streamlining the production process so that the dry flavor packets can be distributed nationally and water can be added at local bottling facilities. This process entails having standardized bottles and UPC codes. Once these are finalized, the Company will be ready to engage distribution channels that have already been set up to market the products nationwide.

Scott Whipple, President and Chief Operating Officer of Legacy Rock, says, "Although production of the Vita-BreezeCopyright products has been delayed, we are extremely excited to have made progress that should expand the marketing far beyond our initial expectations. By packaging the dry mixes and standardizing our bottling and UPC codes, we foresee having our products on shelves throughout the country shortly following the initial set-up process."

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