Specialty Food Magazine

OCT 2012

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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Purpose Beverages Tevolution. Thanks to the Tevolution brand of ready-to-drink iced teas, quenching thirst is now both refreshing and charitable. For every 16-ounce bottle sold, Purpose Beverages donates 25 cents to emerging nonprofits. Taking it a step further, each bottle contains a code that consumers can punch in at trackyourimpact.com to see just where their bottle's donation is going. Four varieties include White Tea with Peach, White Tea with Mango, Green Tea with Honey and Black Tea with Lemon. Ingredients include purified water, organic cane sugar, dry-brewed organic tea, natural flavors and juice. trackyourimpact.com Exemplifying what it calls a "branch to the bottle" methodology, Spindrift rushes fresh ingredients to its production facility. Q Drinks. These sodas will impress even the most dis- cerning foodies—and cocktail lovers. All four variet- ies—Kola, Ginger, Tonic and Club—are made with high-end, organic, natural ingredients; lightly sweetened with organic agave nectar; and packaged in stylish glass bottles. Unlike other modern colas, Q Kola, the newest product in the line, contains real kola nut, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, lemon, lime, orange and nutmeg, and no corn syrup or sugar. Complex and subtly spicy, each bottle has only 70 calories. qdrinks.com Spindrift Water. Spindrift's new flavored waters taste truly homemade. Each flavor includes fresh-squeezed fruit or berry puree (with pulp) plus triple-purified sparkling water. What you won't find are any sweeteners. Three varieties are available—Raspberry Lime, Lemon and Tangerine—each with zero to 10 calories. Exemplifying what it calls a "branch to the bottle" methodology, the company rushes fresh ingredients to its production facility. Its line of six fruit-filled sparkling drinks, in such flavors as Grapefruit and Cranberry-Raspberry, are equally clean and refreshing. spindriftfresh.com SOUP SO GOOD... ™ South of the Border Tortilla Soup YOU'LL CALL IT DINNER! Tres Agaves Margarita Mix. Do virtuous cocktails seem like an oxymoron? Tres Agaves has launched what it describes as the first and only shelf-stable USDA certified organic margarita mix—with only 68 calories per serving. To make margaritas, consumers need only add tequila. The ingredients in the Margarita Mix include organic lime juice, organic agave nectar (grown in Jalisco, Mexico) and filtered water. This product joins Tres Agaves' line of tequilas, its Cocktail-Ready Agave Nectar and its Organic Bloody Maria Mix. tresagaves.com No Added Salt, Preservatives or MSG 13 Gluten Free Varieties HOMEMADE IN MINUTES serve 4-5 in about 30 minutes 100% NATURAL frontiersoups.com 800.253.0550 Waukegan, Illinois 52 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE ❘ specialtyfood.com Zhena's Gypsy Tea Wellness Collection. Featuring tempting flavor profiles and bright tins, this new line of wellness teas makes healing taste delicious. The collection includes Renew Me (cranberry gin- ger detoxification tea), Relieve Me (apple cinnamon herbal laxative tea), Calm Me (coconut vanilla sleep aid tea), Slim Me (raspberry mint diet-aid tea) and Soothe Me (honey, lemon and ginger throat- and cold-relief tea). The teas and herbs used are certified organic and fair trade. gypsytea.com |SFM| Dina Cheney is the author of cookbooks such as Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Salads and writes for Everyday with Rachael Ray magazine.

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