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Natural product company news - Week of August 17, 2015

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new products from Farmer's Choice Food Brands and expanded manufacturing space for UAS Labs.

Nutrex Hawaii announced the new blend for Green Complete Superfood Powder that allows greens fans to get their full three gram serving of Hawaiian Spirulina in a certified gluten-free and grass-free combination.

Wixon now offers Mag-nifique Sour-Lift, an all-natural flavor modifier that enhances the perception of sourness without adding acid.

Twenty-five Josie’s Organics products have been verified by the Non-GMO Project, including products in every category across the company's full line of premium-quality, USDA-certified organic beets, radishes, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, herbs, kales, chards, lettuce and greens.

To accommodate the growing demand for probiotic supplements, UAS Labs has expanded its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Wausau, Wis.

Inventure Foods, Inc. builds on to its Jamba At-Home line of smoothie kits with the introduction of USDA certified organic varieties of its top-selling Strawberries Wild®  and Razzmatazz® flavors.

GO ORGANICALLY Fruit Snacks, which include 100 percent of the daily recommended value of vitamin C, are the newest launch from New Jersey based Farmer's Choice Food Brands.

Lundberg Family Farms, a national leader in organic rice and whole grain products, announced the availability of Lundberg American-grown Organic Tri-Color Blend Quinoa at Whole Foods Markets across the country. introduced Raw Reishi, made with a new technology for protecting all the valuable constituents of the herb during processing by using pressure while maintaining temperatures under 118 degrees Fahrenheit, the temperature generally considered protective of all the original constituents of a plant.


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