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Sprout Foods introduces organic toddler meals

BY Allison Cerra

ATLANTA — Sprout Foods is broadening its current pouched baby food portfolio with the launch of a line of organic toddler meals.

The company said the toddler entrées offer a variety of nutritious, organic ingredients, including meats, whole grains, beans and fruits and vegetables, but are free from preservatives and additives. The lineup includes eight varieties, including:

  • Pasta, zucchini and tomato sauce with beef;

  • Vegetable and potato stew with beef;

  • Sweet potato and apple risotto with turkey;

  • Vegetable and white bean stew with turkey;

  • Vegetable and potato chowder with chicken;

  • Vegetable and barley stew with chicken;

  • Macaroni and cheese with butternut squash; and

  • Vegetable risotto with quinoa and parmesan.

Sprout organic toddler meals are packaged in a 6.5-oz., microwaveable, BPA-free and recyclable containers and are available at grocery, mass and online retailers nationwide.

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Domino, C&H take sweeteners to ‘lighter’ side

BY Allison Cerra

NEW YORK — Domino Foods is expanding its lineup of sweeteners by adding new items to its Domino and C&H sugar brands.

New Domino Light and C&H Light are an all-natural blend of pure cane sugar and stevia with half the calories of sugar, the company said. Domino Light and C&H Light are available in two package sizes: a 40-count packet box, and a 2-lb. resealable pouch, which offers the sweetness equivalent of a 4-lb. bag of sugar.

"With most lower-calorie sweetener substitutes, baking success can be limited," Domino Foods VP sales and marketing Maria Machita said. "Domino Light and C&H Light make baking lower-calorie recipes easier, with better quality and without forgoing taste. We added a natural flavor to enhance the taste of Domino Light and C&H Light, which makes baked goods taste so good."

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Peter Rabbit Organics rolls out new flavors

BY Allison Cerra

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — Peter Rabbit Organics has expanded its lineup of fruit and vegetable puree snacks.

Peter Rabbit Organics said that its line now touts five new flavors — peach and apple; banana and apple; pear and apple; pear and pea; and pumpkin, carrot and apple — all of which are packaged in BPA-free, resealable pouches. With these flavors, the company now offers 11 varieties.

"Our new pouches are packed full of pure fruits and veggies, and based on flavor combinations moms have been asking for," Peter Rabbit Organics CEO Ben Ford said. "With these new flavors, we’re helping moms squeeze even more nutrition into every day and build healthy eating habits for life."

Peter Rabbit Organics carry a suggested retail price of $1.79 per 4-oz. to 4.4.-oz. pouch.

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