|By PR Newswire||
|August 14, 2014 07:38 AM EDT||
CONCORD, N.C., Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MilkSplash™, the zero–calorie milk flavoring, has unveiled a new flavor in its Texas market. Horchata Pinata, which is reminiscent of rice milk mixed with a cinnamon sweetener, was created to evoke a popular beverage enjoyed by so many children and adults in Mexican restaurants. The charming packaging design is a donkey pinata to remind people of the beloved birthday party tradition.
The MilkSplash version of Horchata captures the richness of rice milk with just the right touch of sweetness and cinnamon. It can be made instantly with a squeeze and a stir, using Mom's choice of healthy milk for a glass at dinner, as a snack, or used to make a milk shake treat.
Horchata Pinata joins other milk flavorings made by S&D Beverage Innovations such as Cocoa Loco, Sir Strawberry Swirl™, Orange Cream Dream, Cookies 'N Cream and Jammin' Banana.
MilkSplash is great for busy, on–the–go families because it's convenient, delicious and not messy like powder or syrup. Perfect for days at the park or at school, MilkSplash does not require refrigeration and will help provide families with essential nutrients. Every small bottle of MilkSplash makes at least 24 servings with no added sugar. Along with H-E-B in Texas, MilkSplash is available nationwide at Walmart and select Target stores.
For more information about MilkSplash visit milksplash.com.
About S&D Beverage Innovations, LLC.
MilkSplash was created by S&D Beverage Innovations, LLC, a division of S&D Coffee, Inc., the nation's largest custom coffee roaster and blender of iced tea for the foodservice industry. Founded in 1927 and based in Concord, N.C., near Charlotte, S&D holds the highest certified designations in global quality and food safety, and counts a multitude of the world's best–known foodservice organizations as its customers. A team of talented and experienced food scientists and marketers drives new product development for S&D Beverage Innovations.
SOURCE S&D Beverage Innovations, LLC.
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