Turkey Hill offers two flavors for the price of one with its new Dynamic Duos ice cream line
LANCASTER, Pa. Turkey Hill Dairy, the Lancaster, Pa.-based producer of the nation’s fourth largest selling ice cream brand, introduced its new line of light ice cream flavors.
Dynamic Duos packages two flavors of Turkey Hill’s Light Recipe Ice Cream in each container to satisfy all types of twisted taste buds.
“Everyone has a favorite flavor, and many folks have told us they like to pair more than one flavor on their cone or in their dish,” said Quintin Frey, president of Turkey Hill Dairy. “But, we also know from our research that consumers want big flavor experiences without the guilt, so our new line features a great mix of flavors using our delicious Light Recipe Ice Cream.”
The new line of ice cream contains at least 18% fewer calories and 50% less fat than the company’s Premium Ice Cream.
Coca-Cola Co. reports strong Q2 earnings
ATLANTA Coca-Cola Co. reported a strong set of results during the second quarter 2009, with strong worldwide unit case volume growth of 4% in the quarter and 3% year-to-date.
Coca-Cola Co. attributes their results to their Open Happiness campaign, which caused global volume and value share gains amongst most key markets and categories.
“We continue to deliver solid operating performance,” said Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola Co.’s chairman and CEO. “In the first half of the year, we delivered volume and profit results in line with our long-term growth targets, despite very challenging global economic conditions. We outperformed the nonalcoholic ready-to-drink industry in most of our key markets and drove further global volume and value share gains. And, with our disciplined approach to productivity initiatives, we remain on track to achieve our $500 million target in annualized savings by 2011 and expect to deliver more than half of the savings by the end of this year.”
Sunsweet introduces its new Philippine Pineapple
YUBA CITY, Calif. Sunsweet Growers presents its Philippine Pineapple, the latest addition to its dried-fruit line.
Unlike other brands, Philippine Pineapple is grown in elevated regions of the Phillippines, ranging from 2,000 ft. to 3,000 ft. The cooler temperatures add moisture to the product, making it an ideal location for growth.
“People are searching for healthy snacking alternatives and dried fruit is a treat that’s always smart to eat,” said Steve Harris, VP of marketing at Sunsweet Growers. “Not only is Philippine Pineapple great for a quick and convenient snack, it really does satisfy the most serious sweet tooth!”
Philippine Pineapple is now available at major retailers nationwide in a 6-ounce resealable bag for $3.99.