Summer Fancy Food Show

New fresh juices and ades to be introduced at SFFS

Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company announced that it will introduce its new Cucumber Jalapeno Juice at this year’s Summer Fancy Food Show (SFFS) being held at the Javits Center in New York City from June 30th – July 2nd. Natalie’s Cucumber Jalapeno Juice contains only four ingredients: fresh cucumbers, jalapenos, apples and a splash of lemon. The new juice joins the company’s family of summer ades and teas, which includes Natalie’s Limeade, Matcha Lemonade and Pomegranate White Tea. All will be available for sampling at the show.

The Summer Fancy Food Show is a large specialty food industry event in North America. Attendees can sample all these juices, and learn more about them, by stopping by Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Booth, # 1359, on the exhibit floor.

“We’re ushering in summer 2018 with refreshing juices, ades and teas that will bring unique health benefits to our customers,” said Marygrace Sexton, the founder and CEO of Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company. “Anyone who’s been to a health spa knows how revitalizing cucumber can be. Our authentic Cucumber Jalapeno Juice goes a step further by providing just a little kick of jalapeno heat – which will help rejuvenate active summer bodies and boost immune systems. And when the sun goes down, this juice is the perfect base for cool evening margaritas.”

Also being featured at the Summer Fancy Food Show will be Natalie’s Limeade. This limeade contains just three ingredients: fresh limes, water and Florida cane sugar.

Natalie’s Matcha Lemonade contains finely ground Matcha tea leaves. It’s also made from only 4 ingredients: Matcha tea, fresh lemons, water and Florida pure cane sugar. According to the company, it is rich in antioxidants and amino acids, and is aimed at boosting energy and endurance levels.

Also being showcased at the Natalie’s Summer Fancy Food Show booth will be Natalie’s Pomegranate White Tea. The tea can be served hot or cold and uses fresh pomegranates, white tea, water and Florida pure cane sugar. Pomegranates have been linked to improved learning and memory, while white tea contains immune bolstering antioxidants. The company said this tea is for those who want to stay mentally sharp and physically healthy this summer.

“These juices, ades and teas are a direct response to growing consumer appreciation for minimal ingredient, minimally processed drinks,” said Natalie Sexton, the Marketing Director and namesake of Natalie’s Juices. “Fresh taste is always a staple at Natalie’s, but the unique health benefits found in these drinks will make getting through a hot summer a lot easier and fun.”

Each summer and winter the Specialty Food Association hosts food shows to showcase what’s new in the food and beverage industry. The 2018 Summer Fancy Food Show is being held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City from June 30th through July 2nd.

For those unable to make the Summer Fancy Food Show, Natalie’s juices are available at Fresh Thyme, Sendiks, Balducci's and Kings grocery markets.

For more information:
Lynn Munroe
Tel: +1 (845) 548-1211

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