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Aunt Jemima brings oatmeal pancakes to breakfast table

BY Allison Cerra

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. — Pinnacle Foods has added a new frozen breakfast option to the Aunt Jemima brand.

New Aunt Jemima oatmeal pancakes are made with rolled oats, oat bran and oat flour mixed right into the batter and tout 4g of fiber per serving, Pinnacle Foods said.

The Aunt Jemima frozen breakfast line includes such products as frozen waffles, French toast and more.

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Snapple, Maroon 5 develop limited-edition flavored tea to benefit Feeding America

BY Allison Cerra

PLANO, Texas — A new Snapple flavor is making its way to participating retailers nationwide next month.

Snapple said that its latest limited-edition flavor, Tea Will Be Loved, was developed in partnership with Grammy award-winning pop-rock band Maroon 5 to benefit hunger relief organization Feeding America.

Tea Will Be Loved, which features pomegranate, orange, blackberry, raspberry and hibiscus flavors, also will tout 13 specially marked gold Snapple caps with Real Facts about Maroon 5 and Feeding America. Snapple added that Maroon 5 also contributed to the graphic design of the packaging for the new tea.

“Snapple consistently makes the ‘Best Stuff on Earth’ even better with exceptional flavor combinations and exciting partnerships,” Snapple VP marketing Regan Ebert said. “Tea Will Be Loved will benefit Feeding America and the millions of Americans the organization helps every day.”

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Goya celebrates milestone with concert sponsorship, food donation

BY Allison Cerra

SECAUCUS, N.J. — Goya is celebrating its 75th anniversary by sponsoring a six-city concert series and will donate 75,000 lbs. of food to local charities.

The charities will be selected by the concert performers, including Marc Anthony, Ana Gabriel and Marco Antonio Solis, Goya said. The donation is part of the Goya Gives campaign, a series of initiatives developed to celebrate Goya’s anniversary in partnership with United Way.

"Giving has always been an integral part of our culture, so as we celebrate our 75th anniversary, we wanted to give back to the communities that have always supported us," Goya Foods president Robert Unanue said. "As we continue our yearlong celebrations we wanted to go out and celebrate in a big way with our fans. This series will be a great party for a great cause."

For more information on Goya Gives, please visit Goyagives.org.

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