|By PR Newswire||
|March 7, 2014 09:08 AM EST||
ANAHEIM, Calif., March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprout Foods, which offers chef-inspired, nutritious organic foods, announced today the launch of Sprout Rise, its first-ever collection of wholesome, delicious food for busy families who don't always have time to sit down for breakfast. The Sprout Rise Organic Breakfast Foods—three differentiated lines of smoothies, fruit and granola mixes and multi-grain crunch bites—are USDA-certified organic, loaded with healthy fiber and protein for energy, and served in portable packages for busy, on-the-go families.
Each of the breakfast foods in the Sprout Rise collection is made with real fruits, vegetables and grains, without preservatives, fillers, additives or artificial colors or flavors. As always, Sprout has packaged the breakfast smoothies, mixes and snacks in convenient and portable packaging that can be tossed into a backpack or purse and taken wherever you go.
"Our new Sprout Rise products deliver on everything today's health-conscious and busy consumers believe are important. They are low in sugar and salt, yet packed with fiber and protein to keep you going through the morning. And the single-serve and portable pouches and packets mean breakfast never has to be missed," said Geoff Stella, Vice President of Marketing, Sprout Foods. "The Sprout Rise line also delivers on what everyone wants, and that's food that tastes great."
The Sprout Rise Morning Smoothies are organic, shelf-stable smoothies chock-full of protein and fiber and made from real fruit and vegetable purees, yogurt, grains and other nutrient rich ingredients. Available in single-serve squeeze pouches for on-the-go eating, they make a great-tasting complement to breakfast or a nutritious replacement for when there's just not enough time. The Energizer smoothies—featuring a blend of fruit, coconut milk and flax—include Strawberry Banana, Kiwi Banana and Tropical Orange; the Protein Smoothies—made of fruit, protein-rich yogurt and whole grain oats—include Peach Orange Yogurt, Berry Acai Yogurt and Berry Cherry Yogurt. The Supergrain smoothies—a mix of fruit, almonds and supergrains—include Honey Banana, Pear Pineapple and Apple Cinnamon.
The Sprout Rise Morning Multigrain Crunch Bites are organic, bite-sized, crunchy cereal pillows made with whole and multi-grains and real fruit and veggie fillings. The ready-to-eat, protein- and fiber-rich crunch bites make a great tasting breakfast replacement or mid-morning snack. Flavors include Red Berry & Beet, Orange Fruit & Carrot and Purple Berry & Carrot.
The Sprout Rise Morning Fruit & Nut Granola Mixes are organic blends of nuts, seeds, raisins, and the following truly unique ingredients: crispy fruit chews made with real fruit and veggies and whole grain crisped rice, crunch bites that feature real fruit and veggie fillings inside a whole grain cereal shell, and crunchy granola chips made with ancient grains and nuts and sweetened with honey. The mixes have plenty of protein and fiber, and flavors include Purple Berry Raisin, Red Berry Raisin and Orange Peach Raisin.
Check out Sprout Foods, exhibiting at Natural Products Expo West at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California: Booth #5674.
About Sprout Foods
Sprout Foods, Inc.'s mission is simple: provide families with organic, nutritious and great tasting foods that encourage happy and healthy eating. Founded in 2009, the entire product line is organic and features some dishes and recipes created by renowned chef Tyler Florence, a 15-year Food Network veteran, author and father of three and one of Sprout Food's founders. Using only organic and GMO-free ingredients and unique cooking methods, Sprout Foods has created tasty, nutritious combinations that appeal to all ages. For more information, and to see the complete Sprout Food product line, please visit: http://www.sproutorganicfoods.com.
SOURCE Sprout Foods
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