New product launches, certifications, hires and appointments, and other natural products company news this week.

September 22, 2017

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This week: Bolthouse Farms debuts plant protein milks | A new turmeric-based supplement line from Nature's Way

Boulthouse Farms adds to alternative dairy options for consumers with a new line of vegan, non-GMO Plant Protein Milk. Each 8 oz. serving contains 10 grams of pea protein and is free from dairy, nuts and soy. Bolthouse Farms Plant Protein Milk is available in four flavors—Unsweetened, Original, Vanilla and Chocolate.

A new three-day cleanse from Juice From The Raw features two new concoctions—Blood Orange Juice and Passion Fruit Water—as well as GanedenBC30. The Believer cleanse with Blood Orange and Probiotics is designed to reinforce health, cleanse the body and strengthen the immune system. 

Nature's Way announced via press release the launch of Turmerich, a new line of turmeric-based herbal products formulated to address specific health needs. The new formulas feature 400 grams of turmeric extract standardized to 95 percent curcuminoids per serving, plus 10 mg of BioPerine black pepper extract to help with absorption. Turmerich Joint features UC-II type II Collagen complex, standardized Boswellia serrata and organic Burdock. Turmerich Heart contains deodorized garlic, standardized pomegranate, standardized Hawthorn and CoQ10. 

The newest member of the In The Raw sweeteners family is Organic Stevia In The Raw, a certified organic, vegan stevia in convenient, three-calorie packets. A 40-count box has a SRP of $3.19.

Glanbia Nutritionals announced the launch of ProTherma hydrolyzed whey protein for hot, ready-to-mix powdered beverages and foods. Consisting of 85 percent high density low lactose protein, ProTherma is GRAS, Kosher and Halal approved. 

At SupplySide West, Frutarom BU Health will debut Frutaceuticals, a new fruit-based delivery system based on ultra rapid concentration technology from Taura Natural Ingredients Ltd. The new supplement snacks contain the branded ingredients Neuravena, AB-Fortis and Portusana. 

Conventional yogurt brand Dannon introduced its first Non-GMO Project verified yogurts. Select Dannon Whole Milk Yogurts and Plain Quarts, as well as Danimals Smoothies, are now made with milk from cows fed non-GMO feed.  

Probi's new probiotic delivery format, Fast Melt, is a probiotic powder stick that melts in the mouth with no water needed. It comes in a fresh lemon flavor and contains the strain LP299V, according to a press release.

Austin-based food brand Veggie Noodle Co. completed construction on a custom-designed, 42,300 square food facility this week that will multiply its production capacity by five times and employ more than 250 people. Primary funding for the facility came from the company's Series A funding round earlier this year. 

Algatech Ltd. announced that its 100 percent Organic Haematococcus pluvialis microalgae powder and astaxanthin oleoresin have been granted Non-GMO Project verification

On a mission to bring affordable, ethically sourced organic cotton products to U.S. consumers, Pact Apparel announced a new line of organic cotton baby and toddler clothing. The baby line includes long- and short-sleeve bodysuits, pants and a footie sleeper; the toddler line includes long-sleeve pajamas, long- and short-sleeve tees, training pants, underwear and leggings. 

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