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YumEarth offers organics fruit snacks tropical flavor

YumEarth, an organic candy company in the US, is launching YumEarth Organics Fruit Snacks in new tropical flavors: Pineapple, Raspberry and Mango. Responding to the growing concern among parents to feed their children healthier food, these mouth-watering fruit snacks are 100% vegan, contain no artificial colors or flavors, no high-fructose corn syrup and no major allergens, such as gluten, nuts and dairy.  YumEarth Organics Fruit Snacks capture the “fruitastic” flavors of real fruit by using organic fruit juice, fruit extracts and natural ingredients.  Each serving provides 100% of daily vitamin C and have less than 70 calories. The fruit snacks come in sets of five or 10 individual servings packaged in stand up, resealable pouches.

“Tropical flavors are some of our kid’s favorites. We made YumEarth Organics Fruit Snacks in Pineapple, Mango and Raspberry to create happy, funny and yummy fruit snacks that taste better than all the rest but, of course, without any of the yucky ingredients found in so many other foods at the supermarket,” says Rob Wunder, co-founder of YumEarth.

As the leader of the natural candy and sweet snack category, YumEarth always combines a recipe for success: parent-approved ingredients, kid-friendly packaging plus flavors and overall fantastic fruit taste.  YumEarth Organics Fruit Snacks Tropical Flavors join the beloved YumEarth Organics Fruit Snacks in Banana, Cherry, Peach and Strawberry, which launched successfully last year. Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert named YumEarth Fruit Snacks the “Hit of the Week,” saying, “These snacks are shaped like bananas, cherries, peaches and strawberries and taste just like them. Yay for Yum! ". 

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