Apr 27, 2016We're often much more aware of the calories that we as adults need to keep ourselves healthy. A lot of parents have picky toddlers at home who only enjoy certain foods, but there are nutritional guidelines for toddlers that should be followed to the best of the parents’ abilities. It can be difficult to make sure children get the whole nutrition they need in order to stay at a healthy weight and get the right foods for their body’s needs.
Apr 21, 2016At Froozer ®, we set out to create a whole new way of delivering healthy nutrition that is good for you and tastes great, while being mindful of the environment by reducing food waste. We are a startup based in Colorado experiencing tremendous growth
Apr 20, 2016
See the original article here.
Froozer® business partners, Des Hague and Rich Naha, are pleased to announce that the Froozer® distribution network has significantly widened within the last few weeks. Starting this week, Froozer®, the official healthy fruit & veggie snack and frozen smoothie partner of US Speedskating and United Fight Alliance, will be available for a limited time at Big Y World Class Markets throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Headquartered in Springfield, MA, Big Y is one of the largest independently owned supermarket chains in New England. Proud to be family owned and operated, they currently operate 67 stores throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts with over 10,000 employees. Founded in 1936 by brothers Paul and Gerald D’Amour, the store was named after an intersection in Chicopee, Massachusetts where two roads converge to form a “Y”.
"We are making major headway in launching the Froozer® brand," said Froozer® Chairman of the Board, Des Hague. "We are thrilled to be working with Big Y World Class Markets on delivering a healthy and relevant snack to their customers."
"We are very excited to support and bring Froozer® to our customers," said Big Y Natural Foods Sales Manager, Matthew Gordon. "We look forward to seeing how it does. Good luck with Froozer's partnership with the Boston Red Sox!"
In addition to being available at Big Y, Froozer®, the frozen snack made from 100% whole fruits & veggies (and nothing else!), for all sports fans - Froozer® products are now available at Fenway Park during all Boston Red Sox home games and plans are underway for Froozer® products to be available to fans at many sporting and entertainment venues throughout North America soon. For a complete list of retailers and other venues that carry Froozer® products, please visit http://www.froozer.com.
"We are very excited about our partnership with Big Y," remarked Froozer® CEO, Rich Naha, before adding, "their World Class Markets are a perfect venue to introduce new, innovative healthy products to the consumer and that is what we are all about."
About Froozer® - "simple ingredients. real nutrition."
Froozer® products, the official healthy fruit snack and frozen smoothie partner of US Speedskating and United Fight Alliance, represent the pure goodness of freshly harvested fruits & veggies picked at the peak of their ripeness, flash-frozen whole and blended for optimal taste, nutrition and digestion. Natural fruits and veggies in all their glory, nothing added or subtracted, not even a drop of water. Available in three delicious flavors - STRAWBANANA BLISS, TROPICAL SUNSET and BLUE ALOHA - in 6-pack boxes. Look for Froozer® in your local grocery store freezer at selected retail locations in the Denver Area including WholeFoods and Alfalfa's, and various select retailers in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Massachusetts (including Fenway Park), Oregon, Washington State, Rhode Island and Alaska, or place your order at http://www.Froozer.com to have your Froozer® delivered directly to your home or office.
Apr 20, 2016Back in the ‘80s, we were informed that eating too much fat caused obesity and other negative health issues. Food manufacturers responded to the trend by removing fat from products, but adding more sugars. Then, in the 2000's, consumers realized that added sugars were actually making them fat anyway, and leading to an explosion in type 2 diabetes. So the food industry again responded, sweetening their foods with "fruit juice concentrate," something that sounded like whole nutrition, and made us all think it was healthier.