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Mtn Dew Amp intros drink designed for gamers

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Mtn Dew Amp is giving gamers something to cheer about.

The Purchase, N.Y.-based company announced the launch of its latest beverage — the Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel.

Designed with ingredients that show an improvement in accuracy and alertness, the drink is vitamin-charged, provides a boost of caffeine and was designed for gamers by gamers, the company said.

“Knowing gaming is an endurance sport, we carefully listened to what players have been asking for when it comes to a beverage,” Erin Chin, senior director of marketing at Mountain Dew, said. “Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel is the first-ever drink created with gamers in mind. We worked with gamers to truly understand what they are looking for in a beverage when gaming, then applied what we learned to develop the product. We can’t wait to share Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel with the gaming world come January.”

In addition, Mtn Dew Amp is giving gamers access to various gaming events, leagues and e-sports team. The first in this initiative is the Call of Duty World League, which takes places from Dec. 7 to 9 in Las Vegas.

“Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel shares our vision for growing the audience for e-sports, and will help us deliver unique experiences for fans at each Call of Duty World League event this season, as well as help create exceptional content for viewers online,” Brandon Snow, chief revenue officer of Activision Blizzard Esports Leagues, said. “Call of Duty World League looks forward to working closely with the Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel team to develop the most exciting season in Call of Duty World League history.”

Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel is available in four flavors — Charged Cherry Burst, Charged Berry Blast, Charged Tropical Strike, and Charged Original Dew — which contain a resealable lid. The beverage will hit shelves on Jan. 14, 2019, but is currently available for preorder on Amazon and Walmart.com

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Hiland Dairy adds custard flavor for the holiday season

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Hiland Dairy is getting into the holiday spirit by unveiling its latest addition for the season.

The Springfield, Mo.-based company announced that it will launch a custard flavor, which is made from milk, eggs and sugar, then combined and slowly heated until it has thickened.

“We are excited to bring this holiday favorite to all of our markets,” Rick Beaman, vice president of Hiland Dairy said. “And we’re willing to bet that fans of both our eggnog and the custard will disagree as to which is the best, so we are launching a fun consumer contest during December on our Facebook page to let the votes determine the favorite.”

Unlike the brand’s eggnog, which is made with cream, eggs and nutmeg, the custard has a taste that consumers have often compared the melted ice cream, the company said.

Hiland Dairy Custard is available for purchase wherever the brand’s products are currently sold, for the suggested retail price of $2.79.

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O’Dang Hummus expands retail presence

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O’Dang Hummus, a brand specializing in hummus products and dressings, announced that its products can now be found on the shelves of Hy-Vee.

The retailer will carry three of the Orlando, Fla.-based company’s products — ranch, Caesar and honey mustard.

“O’Dang Hummus is thrilled to partner with Hy-Vee, a highly-respected grocer in America’s heartland,” Jesse Wolfe, founder and CEO of O’Dang Hummus, said. “This opportunity allows us to expand strategically and bring our plant-based dressings to new customers who are searching for a delicious and healthier dressing option. We thank Hy-Vee for partnering with us and look forward to serving their customers for years to come.”

O’Dang Hummus, which is part of the Keen Growth Capital portfolio, makes its products with U.S.-grown chickpeas, and also is gluten-free, preservative-free and does not contain any high fructose corn syrup, the company said.

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