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Freshline Foods releases new Paw Patrol branded sliced apples for kids
Freshline Foods is making it easier for parents to teach their children about healthy eating habits in a fun way with the release of its PAW Patrol branded fresh-cut products.
Through a partnership agreement with Nickelodeon International, Freshline Foods is bringing the characters to its lineup of sliced apple products including: Grape Flavoured, Peach Flavoured, Red and Green Apple Wedges.
The four new product lines are sold in 55 gram bags of pre-cut apples packaged inside a 5-count clamshell pack. Each pouch has a unique design featuring a pair of PAW Patrol puppies that kids can take with them wherever they go.
“We realize the challenges that many parents face in getting their children to eat healthy, alternative snacks and our pre-cut apple products offer the perfect solution, with the added benefit of convenience, portability and product variety,” said Noel Brigido, Vice President of Freshline Foods.
“With the help of one of Canada’s most popular, top-rated television program for kids ages 2 to 11, we’re able to bring more visibility to our sliced apple products on store shelves and help children to make the connection between healthy snacking and the animated PAW Patrol characters to which they relate,” said Brigido.
The PAW Patrol Apple Wedges are now available at retailers across Canada.
For more information:
Freshline Foods Ltd
Tel: +1 888 328 3737
Publication date: 11/14/2017
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