Mielle Organics is expanding its Rosemary Mint product collection with the launch of its new strengthening conditioner.
Designed to complement its previously launched strengthening shampoo, the product looks to provide users with strength and moisture to aid in improving the overall condition of the hair and scalp, as well as support longer and healthier hair, the company said.
"At Mielle, we take great pride in producing top quality, innovative and effective haircare products, and we are so thrilled to now have the No. 1 best-selling product for textured hair," said Monique Rodriguez, founder and CEO of Mielle Organics. "Our Rosemary Mint Scalp & Hair Strengthening Oil has amassed an incredible fan following since it was introduced in 2018, and we are excited to extend this collection with the launch of the new Rosemary Mint Strengthening Conditioner."
Infused with biotin, the conditioner is designed to deliver shine, and soften and detangle tresses, the company said.
Made without parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, DEA or animal testing, Mielle Organics’ Rosemary Mint Strengthening Conditioner retails for $9.99.
The holiday season is right around the corner and Sprite is helping consumers get into the spirit by bringing back two holiday-inspired beverages — winter spiced cranberry and winter spiced cranberry zero sugar.
To celebrate the relaunch of the beverages, the brand is working with UNWRP on custom holiday greeting cards inspired by the bold flavors of the returning soft drinks, the company said.
Sprite winter spiced cranberry has 120 calories and 32 g of sugar per 12-oz. serving, while the winter spiced cranberry zero sugar offering contains 0 calories and 0 g of sugar per 12-oz. serving, the company said.
Little Bites’ apple cinnamon muffins sweeten up fall
Little Bites is bringing all the fun flavors of fall to its latest limited-edition snack — apple cinnamon muffins.
Available through March, the muffins are made with real apple, cinnamon and no high fructose corn syrup or trans-fat, the company said.
“For more than 20 years, we’ve continued to release flavor innovations that make snacking just as fun as it is delicious. That’s why we’re excited to reintroduce Little Bites apple cinnamon muffins this fall!” said Moira Flood, senior brand manager for Little Bites Snacks. “As the perfect addition to all of your favorite festivities this season, our limited-edition apple cinnamon muffins are guaranteed to help families make memories on-the-go.”
Packaged in pre-portioned pouches that clock in at 200 calories per serving, consumers can find Little Bites’ apple cinnamon muffins available for purchase at most retailers nationwide.
Haribo has a brand-new triple-layered gummy with a soft and sweet chew.
Berry Clouds, which come in cloud shapes that highlight their soft and fluffy texture, are available in a mixed assortment that includes blueberry, wildberry and strawberry flavors.
“We know that gummi fans are looking for texture and flavor excitement, so we created an unexpected treat that delivered on both,” said Rick LaBerge, chief commercial officer at Haribo of America. “The result is an innovative, whimsical take on gummi shapes that are sure to spark joy for Haribo fans of all ages, especially on National Candy Day.”
Consumers can find Haribo’s Berry Clouds available for purchase in small, medium and large peg bags at major retailers across the nation.
Califia Farms whips up dairy-free heavy whipping cream
Califia Farms is adding a new dairy-free product to its portfolio — Heavy Whip.
The plant-based swap for heavy whipping cream is unflavored and unsweetened, and can be used exactly as dairy-heavy whipping cream when cooking, the Los Angeles-based company said.
Made from a coconut oil base, Califia Farms’ Heavy Whip comes in a 16.9-oz. carton that can be found in the refrigerated aisle of Whole Foods Markets and Sprouts Farmers Market among other retailers for a suggested retail price of $4.89.