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Natural product company news - Week of July 27, 2015

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new products from Bare Snacks, American Health and Earthbound Farm.

Annie B’s has introduced a new coconut caramel flavor. Annie B’s is a small, family-owned caramel company based in Kellogg, Minnesota, that uses natural ingredients free of gluten and high fructose corn syrup.

LT Foods Americas, the company behind the ROYAL basmati ric brand, will launch its new organic brand ecoLife® in select Sam's Club locations on Aug. 1. The product portfolio will include authentic rice, beans, ancient grains and seeds sourced from their country of origin.

For parents who are concerned with super sticky multivitamin gummies that easily cling to teeth, American Health introduces Ester-C® Kidstiks, a non-effervescent powder drink mix option with 250 mg of Ester-C®, a patented vitamin C formula that supports immune health and delivers potent antioxidant benefits.

Bare Snacks, creator of Snacks Gone Simple, announced the launch of its new line of All Natural Crunchy Banana Chips, a first-of-its-kind, oil-free banana chip that is baked rather than fried.

Capping a decade of success employing people with criminal backgrounds and upending expectations in the bread category, Dave’s Killer Bread launched the newly formed Dave’s Killer Bread Foundation to expand employment opportunities for people with criminal backgrounds.

New from organic produce company Earthbound Farm comes certified organic, ready-to-eat salad kits in three varieties: Kale Caesar, Sun-Washed Mediterranean and Garden Party.

Working in partnership, Stratum Nutrition and BLIS Technologies announced new claim approvals from Health Canada for use of BLIS K12® probiotic in supplement products. Health Canada has approved products containing BLIS K12 to bear claim language such as, the product “promotes oral health [through the re-colonisation of the oral cavity]”, that it is an “oral probiotic for re-colonisation of the oral cavity after antibiotic treatment”, that “following oral antimicrobial rinsing Streptococcus salivarius K12 supplementation helps reduce volatile sulfur compound levels (halitosis)”, and that it “can help reduce the incidence of Streptococcal pharyngitis/tonsillitis (sore throats caused by pathogenic variants belonging to the Streptococcus genus)”.

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