“This year, retailers will see a new look and feel that really captures
who we are as a brand,” says Jeff Carducci, vice president sales, North
America. “Our booth design will reflect a born and bred Southern
California company that cares about living a healthy, holistic lifestyle.
New packaging and new innovative formulas will also take center stage
with a fresh, natural look that appeals to every beauty enthusiast.”
Later in 2017, new items will expand its Essentials line and the com-
pany will also be introducing a platform of products in a new category
for derma e.
Eden Foods will feature more
than a dozen new and reformulated products, including
an expanded snack offering,
sauerkraut flavors, Cocoa
Edensoy, Instant Miso Soup,
and organic tomatoes and
“Retailers visiting Eden’s booth can hear about and sample new,
nourishing food and discuss merchandising and promotional opportunities,” says Demian Potter, vice president of sales for the Clinton,
Begun in southern Michigan in the late 1960s amongst friends on a
mission to source natural foods, Eden is known for organic, non-GMO,
BPA-free, canned beans, macrobiotic specialty, Edensoy, healthy snacks
and other local, nourishing foods.
ENJOY LIFE FOODS
Enjoy Life Foods will be showcasing product lines ranging from
protein-packed ProBurst Bites to
Baking Chocolate Snack Packs and
globally-inspired Plentils flavors.
The newest member to the Enjoy Life family of allergy-friendly foods,
ProBurst Bites are bite-sized snacks that pack up to 7-grams of plant-based protein per serving. Its Plentils flavors include Thai Chili Lime
and Moroccan Spice.
“Retailers will have an opportunity to explore our incredibly innovative and diverse allergy-friendly products, which are necessary to meet
the growing number of people with food allergies,” says Joel Waraday,
chief sales and marketing officer at the Chicago-based company.
Enjoy Life Foods is committed to producing snacks and baking products that are free from GMOs and the eight most common food allergens, identified as milk, eggs, fish, crustaceans, tree nuts, peanuts,
wheat and soybeans.
“‘Eat freely’ is not just a motto or slogan for us. It is our passion, our
mission and our promise to consumers,” says Waraday.
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JACK LINK’S PROTEIN SNACKS
Jack Link’s Protein
Snacks will be highlighting Jack Link’s
Extra Tender, a new
line of products
designed to meet the needs of consumers who are looking for a softer
bite. “Retailers will get the opportunity to better understand how our
products meet the needs of healthy snackers, get any questions answered
and sample products,” says Steve Althaus, vice-president, sales strategy
for the Minong, Wis.-based company.
Jack Link’s Snacks portfolio of brands includes Jack Link’s, Lorissa’s
Kitchen, MATADOR, SQUATCH Snack Sticks, World Kitchens Jerky,
Grass Run Farms Meat Snacks, BiFi and Peperami.
Mizkan America will highlight its Nature’s Intent
Organic Apple Cider
Vinegar, Four Monks
Natural Cleaning Vinegar, Nakano clean label and organic rice vinegars and Organic 3-leaf Balsamic Vinegar and Organic Balsamic Glaze.
“At Mizkan, we’re always committed to understanding our consum-
ers’ needs in order to create new food offerings and update old favorites
to satisfy those evolving needs,” says Sara Delach, brand manager, con-
diments for the Mount Prospect, Ill.-based company. “In response to
consumer demands for products with simple nutritional labels, we’re
reformulating our portfolio to drive home this clean-labeling initiative
and provide the consumer with organic product offerings as well.”
Mizkan America also sells cooking wines, chile peppers, mustards,
jalapenos and balsamic vinegars and is a subsidiary of the Mizkan
Group, a global, family-owned company that has existed for more than
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Natracare is launching Natracare Dry
& Light Plus pads, a follow-up to its Dry
& Light Pad; a natural, plastic- and syn-thetic-free solution for stress incontinence, which officials for the Greeley,
Colo.-based company says is the only
organic and natural incontinence pad available in the market today.
“As a result of an aging population, altering lifestyles and increasing
obesity leading to the onset of incontinence and a higher risk of diabetes in younger populations, the global market for incontinence pads is
growing,” says Theresa White, senior executive officer. “By visiting our
booth this retailers can learn more about the fastest growing category