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Good-to-go fruit pouches introduced to foodservice industry

Tree Top pouches provide convenient and nutritious menu option to attract families

This summer, Tree Top will launch Tree Top Fruit Pouches, a portable, convenient and healthy new menu option. With the launch of Tree Top Fruit Pouches, American families on-the-go can enjoy a healthy, portable and mess-free fruit that children love. Tree Top Fruit Pouches are made with 100% USA apples and come in four tasty flavors: apple, cinnamon, strawberry and mango. Tree Top Fruit Pouches bring a unique element to the table, offering American-grown fruit and 100% of the daily value of Vitamin C.

Tree Top has been bringing pure and healthy fruit-based products and ingredients to foodservice partners, consumers and most of the world’s leading food manufacturers for more than 50 years. From its inception, Tree Top has been a leader in developing premium products and packaging – from fresh cut produce to apple sauce and fruit juices – and has a long-standing passion for growing, producing and innovating world-class fruit products.

“We’re excited to expand our foodservice offerings with the introduction of Tree Top Fruit Pouches,” states Dan Wenker, Tree Top vice president, Foodservice Sales and Marketing. “Tree Top Fruit Pouches can enhance restaurant and quick serve menus with a convenient, nutritious option that requires no refrigeration. Pouches address growing consumer trends, including increasing fruit in diets, sourcing locally, simplifying ingredients and providing convenience.”

As with all of Tree Top’s juice and apple sauce offerings, Tree Top Fruit Pouches are made from 100% real fruit and do not contain high fructose corn syrup. In addition, Tree Top Fruit Pouches feature BPA-free, resealable packaging and do not require refrigeration – so kids can enjoy them at any moment throughout the day. Operators will enjoy the easy storage, shelf life and cost savings over fresh-cut fruit.



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