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October 15, 2013
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.Amazing Grass added two new seasonal flavors to its Green SuperFood and Amazing Meal lines, Pumpkin Spice and Chocolate Peppermint. The company provides certified organic, plant-based superfoods.
According to Amazing Grass, these seasonal flavors are a first-of-its-kind debut to the protein and greens supplement categories, helping consumers to enjoy seasonal flavors without the fat and calories usually associated with the treats.
"Typically flavors associated with the holidays are synonymous with unhealthy indulgences, but our Pumpkin Spice and Chocolate Peppermint varieties let festive food fans experience the essence of their favorite holiday treats while getting a powerful dose of nutritious greens, digestive enzymes and probiotics," said Todd Habermehl, co-founder, Amazing Grass.
Similar to all of Amazing Grass' Green SuperFood varieties, both Pumpkin Spice and Chocolate Peppermint are packed with alkalizing green and antioxidant-rich fruits for a potent dose of whole-food nutrition in each serving. Green SuperFoods products are more than 80 percent raw ingredients, naturally detoxifying and are suggested to consumers looking to sustain energy levels, and boosts the immune system with vitamins, minerals. The probiotics and enzymes contained in green SuperFood also aid digestion and nutritional absorption.
The seasonal flavors are available in the brands' award-winning Amazing Meal line, a USDA-certified, three-in-one protein and meal supplement offering 100-percent whole food nutrition made with a blend of certified organic plant-based proteins, fruits and vegetables. Each serving offers 10 grams of complete protein and six grams of soluble and insoluble fiber in 90 calories.
As the holiday season quickly approaches, a demand for nutrition-rich supplements will be on the rise as consumers become strict about their calorie intake, INSIDER takes a deeper look into the history of super green superfoods and offers insight on the growing trends of green Foods.
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