SunRidge Farms Offers New All-Natural Milk Chocolate Treats

| 8/31/2011 12:10:17 PM

Tags: SunRidge Farms, all natural milk chocolate rainbow drops, non GMO chocolate, chocolate preservatives, food dye allergies, vegetable dye, Press Release,

SunRidge Farms announces the retail availability of its new, All Natural Milk Chocolate Rainbow Drops. Packed in SunRidge Farms’ solar-powered facility, the delicious and better-for-you Rainbow Drops feature natural premium quality chocolate and real vanilla in a pure cane sugar shell. Rainbow Drops come in seven beautiful colors, each of which is naturally derived from vegetable juice, rather than food dye and titanium dioxide. These treats are ideal for all candy lovers, including children and adults with food dye allergies.

“We’re delighted to offer a new product that is completely free of artificial ingredients and preservatives, that people can feel good about eating,” said Mark Devencenzi, national sales director at SunRidge Farms. “We are committed to offering great-tasting quality confections, snacks and trail mixes, and keeping consumer health and the health of the environment foremost in mind.”

Sweetened the way nature intended with pure cane sugar and vanilla, Rainbow Drops are non-GMO, free of preservatives, hydrogenated oils, artificial ingredients and artificial colorings.

“Commitment to quality means we include only the finest, all natural ingredients in our new Rainbow Drops,” said Devencenzi. “Over the past 30 years, our personal relationships with sustainably-minded farms helped us provide only the best organic and natural snacks, while supporting our farmers.”

SunRidge Farms Rainbow Drop 

Rainbow Drops are available now at select grocery stores throughout the United States. They are offered in bulk for an MSRP of $6.99 a pound and in prepackaged bags for MSRPs of $3.99 (seven-ounce) and .99¢ (one-ounce).  In addition, many grocers and co-ops will offer discounts on Rainbow Drops bought in the bulk foods aisle as part of National Bulk Foods Week, October 16-22, 2011.

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