4-Legger launches USDA Certified organic dog shampoo
For pet parents who are worried about what goes into their dog’s shampoo, 4-Legger has the answer to those concerns.
The Lexington, Ky.-based company is launching a line of USDA Certified Organic to Food Grade Shampoos for doggo’s. Each bottle of the shampoo is made without synthetic ingredients and contains an aloe base.
“When I was diagnosed with breast cancer on the day my beloved dog, Henry Clay passed away from cancer linked to environmental toxins, I knew I had to be a voice of change,” Melissa Boland, CEO of 4-Legger, said. “We are so proud to be the first aloe based USDA dog shampoo on the market and have made it much easier for pet parents to select a truly all natural and organic dog shampoo simply looking for the seal on the front of the bottle.”
Five shampoos make up the lineup, which includes:
- Organic lavender dog shampoo, which is made with calendula and St. John’s Wort to soothe sensitive, dry and itchy skin;
- Organic lemongrass dog shampoo, which contains hemp seed oil, organic shea butter and sunflower oil;
- Organic neem with orange essential oil dog shampoo, which helps maintain healthy skin;
- Organic peppermint and tea tree oil dog shampoo, which is formulated for dogs with yeast or bacterial infections; and
- Organic aloe dog shampoo, which combines aloe juice with coconut, shea butter, olive, sunflower oil and jojoba oil to relieve itchy, dry and irritated skin.
Further information on each of the shampoos can be found on 4-Legger’s website.
Jelly Belly intros ice cream-flavored candy
Jelly Belly is bringing beloved ice cream flavors to a candy-shaped form.
The Fairfield, Calif.-based company, which is best-known for its jelly bean candy, announced the launch of new Jelly Belly Candy Cones, that feature an assortment of miniature replicas of ice cream cones.
Five classic flavors — vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, mint chip and orange sherbet — makeup the product lineup, along with a waffle cone flavor is included at the bottom of each candy.
Each Candy Cone has a smooth texture, similar to that of candy corn, and contains such ingredients as fondant, marshmallow frappe and mellocreme candy.
The brand’s Candy Cones are available in 3-oz. grab and go bags and 4.25-oz. gift boxes that will hit shelves in July. Further information on the product can be found on the company’s website.
Georgian Bay Spirit brings cranberry gin flavors to a can
Georgian Bay Spirit is expanding its portfolio of craft cocktails-in-a-can.
The Toronto-based company announced the launch of its new cranberry gin smash, which contains a blend of its Georgian Bay Gin, lemon, lime, cranberry flavors and coriander.
“Cranberry was a natural choice for our next Gin Smash flavor,” Denzil Wadds, CEO of Georgian Bay Spirit, said. “Our goal has always been to create a refreshing pre-mixed cocktail which is less sweet than what you would expect. The tartness of cranberry perfectly complements this profile. And, of course, cranberries grow wild throughout the Georgian Bay area.”
The brand’s other two canned cocktails include the gin smash and vodka smash. The company’s Georgian Bay Gin recently won the double gold honor at the 2018 San Francisco Wolrd Spirits competition, the company said.
“Our biggest challenge was to craft something that lives up to the phenomenal success of our original Gin Smash while offering something new for those wanting to explore different flavor options,” Tim Keenleyside, co-founder and head of innovation at Georgian Bay Spirit, said. “We think we’ve succeeded in coming up with something that consumers will immediately recognize as being true to our roots, while still offering something new and different.”
Georgian Bay cranberry gin smash will be launching in single 473-ml cans. Further information can be found on the company’s website.