July 27, 2010
Green Valley Organics
2064 Highway 116 N.
Bldg. 1, Suite 130
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Oasis Sales and Marketing, Kathy Houseman, 707.824.0119, [email protected]
Green Valley Organics Lactose Free has created an all-new category of lactose free products designed to help millions of Americans who are lactose intolerant. The company’s low fat yogurts and kefirs are the first lactose free, probiotic-rich, real dairy options to be available nationwide and are simply delicious.
As the only dairy brand to offer Flourish – a custom blend of 10 live active probiotic cultures that promotes optimal digestive and immune system health – Green Valley Organics Lactose Free products help bring harmony and happiness to troubled tummies. Flourish delivers eight more health-promoting live active cultures than the USDA’s yogurt requirement of two.
Green Valley Organics Lactose Free was created to help folks who are lactose intolerant enjoy all the health benefits and great taste of real dairy without the tummy troubles, but these great-tasting yogurts and kefirs are for anyone who enjoys the deliciousness of dairy and its natural nutritional benefits.
From the makers of Redwood Hill Farm, a family-owned company committed to digestive health for more than 40 years, Green Valley Organics is a brand consumers can trust. Made with organic milk from small, certified humane family farms the brand has earned the “Certified Humane Raised and Handled” label. Blended with the best quality fruits and ingredients, Green Valley Organics yogurts and kefirs are creamy smooth and naturally sweet. And because the products are lactose free, they are significantly lower in sugar as well. A six-oz. cup of Green Valley plain yogurt contains four grams of sugar compared to 11 grams found in other plain yogurts; its Blueberry yogurt has 16 grams of sugar compared to 29 grams found in some other fruit yogurts.
Yogurt flavors include Plain, Vanilla, Blueberry, Strawberry and Honey. A 6-oz. cup of yogurt is about $1.39 - $1.59; a 24-oz. container is offered in Plain or Honey for about $3.99. Kefir is available in Traditional Plain and Blueberry Pomegranate Acai for about $3.89 - $4.49 for a 32-oz. bottle.
Green Valley Organics is dedicated to protecting the environment and green open spaces as a proud supporter of the Climate Protection Campaign, Sonoma Land Trust and Sonoma Land Paths. The company is committed to providing a sustainable environment and implementing green practices for the benefit of its cows, the land and the community – from installing solar power at its creamery to recycling, composting and mulching waste and never using pesticides.
Distributors who carry your products/line:
Green Valley Organics is available nationwide at Whole Foods Market. For additional distribution information, please contact: Oasis Sales & Marketing at 707.824.0119
What uniquely differentiates your company & products from others on the shelf?
Green Valley Organics is the only lactose free line of real dairy yogurts and kefirs to be available nationwide. In addition to being organic, certified humane, low fat, kosher, GMO and gluten free, Green Valley Organics is the only dairy brand to offer FlourishTM – a custom blend of 10 live active probiotic cultures that promotes optimal digestive and immune system health. Flourish delivers eight more health-promoting live active cultures than the USDA’s yogurt requirement of two. Of the many attributes of Green Valley Organics, consumers tell us that best of all is the taste – these products are delicious!
List one thing most retailers/consumers don’t know about your company/brand:
To offset the costs of distributing Green Valley Organics products nationwide and reduce its carbon footprint, the company is working with One Sun, Inc. to install a solar energy system, which encompasses nearly two acres of roof space. When completed this fall, the solar system will offset 100 percent of the projected energy needs of the creamery where its products are made. Green Valley Organics is committed to providing a sustainable environment and implementing green practices for the benefit of its cows, the land and the community – from recycling, composting and mulching waste to never using sprays, pesticides or herbicides.
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