|By Marketwired .||
|March 7, 2014 01:03 PM EST||
ANAHEIM, CA--(Marketwired - March 07, 2014) - MegaFood, leading whole food supplement producer, announces today from Natural Products Expo West, the largest Natural Products trade show in the world, the launch of a first-of-its kind whole food nutrient booster powder line for smoothies and healthy beverages.
MegaFood's Nutrient Booster Powders were crafted specifically to supplement smoothies, juices, or shakes by adding a combination of pure whole foods to promote a specific health benefit. MegaFood Nutrient Booster Powders are available in four unique formulas -- Daily Energy, Daily Turmeric, Daily Purify and Daily C-Protect.
"MegaFood has carved out a new niche by offering booster powders that deliver the benefit of whole food nutrients, superfoods and botanicals in a convenient blendable form," said Robert U. Craven, CEO of FoodState, makers of MegaFood. "We know that consumers seeking healthy living solutions are gravitating towards fresh pressed juices, smoothies, and nutritional shakes. Our new products are a perfect complement to these popular beverages and meal replacements by taking often hard-to-prepare ingredients such as turmeric, artichokes, and burdock root and providing them in an easy-to-add pure powder. Adding a MegaFood Nutrient Booster Powder instantaneously elevates the nutritional value and health benefit of any beverage."
MegaFood's Boosters are made with no added sugars, sweeteners, flavorings, preservatives, or colorings of any kind so as not to compromise the benefits of the pure whole foods and botanicals. Additionally, the products are in line with all MegaFood purity promises including Non-GMO Project Verification, Pesticide and Herbicide Free, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, and Vegetarian. They will be available at select natural food retailers beginning on March 15th. These will be packaged in both 30-day supply glass jars and in single serving packets. Boosters SRP for a 30-day supply glass jar for $19.99, and individual serving packets will SRP for $.99. MegaFood is offering free samples from their website at www.megafood.com/dailyboost.
MegaFood's four Boosters include:
Daily Energy: Increase your capacity with stimulant-free select FoodState® Nutrients, including new beetroot powder plus botanicals to promote energy levels and maintain healthy blood sugar levels.*
Daily Turmeric: Recover and renew with turmeric, black cherry, black pepper and FoodState® Vitamin C. Helps maintain a healthy whole body inflammatory response and provide exercise/stress recovery support.*
Daily Purify: Optimize and energize with milk thistle and dandelion root with FoodState® Farm Fresh Fruit Phenolic to support liver health and the ability to process and remove toxins from the body.*
Daily C-Protect: Protect and strengthen your immune system with FoodState® Vitamin C and Farm Fresh Fruit Phenolic blend -- with immune supporting botanicals, featuring a blend of fresh organic whole oranges, organic blueberries and organic cranberries.*
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
MegaFood is in the business of improving lives by staying true to the intention of food. MegaFood is a pioneer in the natural products industry, being the first company to make vitamins from scratch, with farm fresh whole foods. As a leading natural brand, they have been an industry innovator by being the only supplement company to manufacture their own FoodState Nutrients™ and sourcing fresh and local foods from family-owned farms. Since 1973, the company has produced some of the most effective and award winning supplements. Learn more at www.megafood.com/dailyboost.
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