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Odwalla gets PlantBottle packaging

BY Allison Cerra

HALF MOON BAY, Calif. Odwalla is getting greener.

By March 2011, all of the brand’s single-serve bottles will tote PlantBottle packaging. The new Odwalla package, which will be 100% recyclable, will help to reduce dependence on nonrenewable resources, the company said.

 

“Plants do such a good job of making our juice, Odwalla hired them to help make our bottles,” said Alison Lewis, president at Odwalla. “Doing good things for the community and building a business with heart are core guiding principles of Odwalla’s vision. PlantBottle packaging is just the latest step in our continued commitment to the environment. … [It] can be recycled again and again in today’s recycling facilities. The redesigned plastic represents a significant step in our sustainability efforts and in protecting the planet."

 

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Progresso introduces Lemon Pepper Panko

BY Allison Cerra

MINNEAPOLIS Progresso is introducing a product that can give any dish effortless flavor.

The newest addition to the Progresso line of panko breadcrumbs now includes Lemon Pepper Panko, which adds crispiness and flavor to any meal without the fuss.

Progresso’s line of panko breadcrumbs are available at grocery stores nationwide for $2.49 per 8-oz.package.

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Genesis Today to ‘boost’ juice offerings at Walgreens

BY Allison Cerra

AUSTIN, Texas Genesis Today is rolling out a new line of superfruit juices, developed in partnership with Walgreens.

Genesis Today’s Boost line of juices are nutrient-rich and are available in acai berry and pomegranate berry with resveratrol, and will be available at Walgreens stores nationwide.

"The current fruit juice offerings found on drug store shelves consists of an array of perceived healthy options. However, consumers may not be aware that many top-selling and popular beverage choices yield high sugar content, unhealthy artificial sweeteners, low vitamin count or simply lack sufficient nutrient and health claims," said Lindsey Duncan, founder and CEO of Genesis Today.

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