Nevella debuts portable liquid sweeteners

Nevella debuts portable liquid sweeteners

Nevella To Go stevia, monk fruit and sucralose come in squirt bottles small enough to fit in a purse or pocket.

The Nevella® To Go brand brings innovation to the sweetener aisle by introducing the first portable liquid sweetener with zero calories. New Nevella To Go liquid sweeteners come in easy squirt bottles that are small enough to fit in your purse or pocket. This new liquid sweetener allows users to easily customize the amount of sweetness in their beverage and dissolves without the need to stir. Available in the most popular sweetener types including Stevia, Monk Fruit and Sucralose.

Nevella To Go debuts in the market with a $1.00 off coupon available at which is redeemable nationwide with the purchase of any Nevella To Go sweetener.

As Americans seek ways to reduce the amount of sugar they consume, Nevella presents an innovative and practical solution that is natural and convenient for consumers. As reported in 2012, product launches containing natural sweeteners have tripled, according to information from Innova Market Insights. Also, sweeteners like Stevia have become part of the mainstream as a better substitute for sugar in beverages and various food products.

Each new Nevella To Go sweetener—Stevia, Monk Fruit and Sucralose—contain zero calories and zero carbohydrates per serving. Nevella To Go is poised to empower its consumers with a much needed solution to sweeten their favorite hot or cold beverage with a simple squeeze that dissolved instantly on-the-go!

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About Heartland Food Products Group
Heartland Food Products Group is a global leader in the production of liquid beverage enhancers as well as zero calorie sweetener products for the retail market. Heartland produces and markets both store brand and branded offerings in a wide variety of versions, flavors, and packaging formats. The company is headquartered in Carmel, Indiana with production facilities in Indianapolis, Indiana and the Netherlands.

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