Fruit-based smoothie mixes and purees are helping consumers get their daily fill of fruit
Consumers are beginning to sip and even slurp their fruit as new introductions make it easier to “strive for five.” Frozen smoothie mixes, shelf-stable organic fruit purees and even chunks of fruit in juice are among products geared toward the fruit-deficient. Take for instance Small Planet all-natural smoothie kits. Sold at Whole Foods, the product combines frozen fruit and dairy pieces with a boost of wheat grass — said to lower blood pressure, stimulate metabolism and cleanse the blood, ...
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