Numi Organic Tea adds five new flavors to Pu-erh line
OAKLAND, Calif. — Numi Organic Tea has introduced five new tea blends to its existing lineup of Pu-erh organic tea.
Coconut, cardamom, basil mint, jasmine and ginger flavors join the emperor’s and chocolate Pu-erh teas. All of Numi’s tea blends are 100% organic and are made with premium, full-leaf tea and real fruit, herbs and spices.
The new Numi Pu-erh teas will be sold for a suggested retail price of $7.99 to $9.99.
"From our inception Numi has strived to be the most innovative brand in the tea industry," Numi Organic Tea co-founder and CEO Ahmed Rahim said. "These five new blends speak to our innovation and make for a truly unique tea experience."
Glory Foods reintroduces Sensibly Seasoned line
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Glory Foods has reintroduced its lower-sodium product line.
Sensibly Seasoned, the company said, has met the American Heart Association food criteria for saturated fat and cholesterol for healthy people ages 2 years and older, and displays the heart-check mark on each can.
Available in 15.25-oz. cans, products include black beans, black-eyed peas, collard greens, mixed greens, pinto beans, red beans, string beans, tomatoes and okra, tomatoes, okra and corn and turnip greens.
"We are excited to reintroduce the Glory Foods Sensibly Seasoned lower-sodium product line," Glory Foods VP operations Dan Charna said. "Americans are becoming more health conscience and as so, eating better. We want to provide our consumer with the option of providing their families with a healthier, lower-sodium product, but without losing the delicious southern flavor that we are known for."
Diet Coke brings The Heart Truth to fashion show at OSU
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Diet Coke brought its heart health awareness program The Heart Truth to The Ohio State University for a fashion show.
First Lady of Ohio Karen Kasich joined Diet Coke, OSU student leaders and community representatives at the event, which provided a platform for the community to “show their heart” while demonstrating a personal commitment to heart health education.
At the conclusion of the show, Diet Coke presented a $5,000 check to the Columbus Black Nurses’ Association in support of community heart health programs.
“At The Coca-Cola Co., our operating philosophy is to Live Positively and The Heart Truth campaign very much embodies that idea,” Diet Coke leadership ambassador Lisa Field said. “We are dedicated to encouraging people of all generations to be active, stay extraordinary and become advocates for heart health education programs.”