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OmegaWater gains distribution in Duane Reade

BY Allison Cerra

NEW YORK — OmegaWater has made its way to the New York metropolitan area.

The brand, which touts zero-sugar, zero-calorie, flavored water fortified with omega-3s, now is available at Duane Reade stores. OmegaWater is available in Berry Breeze, Fruit Fusion, Lemon Squeeze and Orange Splash varieties. Each bottle delivers 100 mg of omega-3s and is fortified with six essential vitamins.

For more information, visit Omegawater.com.

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Peter Pan gets natural

BY Allison Cerra

OMAHA, Neb. — Peter Pan is expanding its lineup of peanut butter spreads with new no-stir varieties.

New Natural Creamy, Natural Crunchy and Natural Honey Roast creamy peanut butter spreads are made with 100% natural ingredients and contain no high-fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, trans fat or preservatives, the company said.

Peter Pan’s natural peanut butter spreads now are available retailers nationwide for an average retail price of $2.21 for a 16.3-oz. jar and $3.67 for a 28-oz. jar. Natural crunchy currently is only available in the 16.3-oz. size, Peter Pan said.

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Heinz brings back classic ketchup bottle

BY Allison Cerra

PITTSBURGH — Heinz has given a nod to the past by packaging its ketchup in classic glass bottles.

Limited-edition glass bottles of Heinz tomato ketchup will be available in a 14-oz. size for a suggested retail price of $1.99 at select retailers, including Walmart and Safeway, now through August, Heinz said Tuesday.

“While the convenience of our current, squeezable bottles found in grocery stores has been a hit with today’s families and their lifestyles, consumers still associate Heinz ketchup with our iconic glass bottle and routinely ask where they can find them,” Heinz Brands VP Noel Geoffroy said. “In response to that consumer demand and to inspire memories of and relive good times from summers past, we wanted to bring back the glass bottle with a limited-edition design that gives a nod to the product’s 135-year history.”

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