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Frozen meatball brand to launch upgraded design and nutritional improvement

Nate’s to reveal new product packaging and non-GMO label

Nate’s™, makers of meatless meatballs, announces the launch of new product packaging for the brand’s three vegan varieties. In addition to the improvements on appearance, the new design will also emphasize the brand’s recent non-GMO status and showcase Nate’s latest efforts to create all-natural and exceptionally healthy products for consumers.

Nate’s, a brand dedicated to producing vegan, vegetarian and all-natural meatless meatballs, will reveal a new packaging design for its full line of products. Nate’s Meatless Meatballs, available in three mouthwatering and rich flavors including Classic, Zesty Italian, and Savory Mushroom, will be packaged in a new modern, sleek and resealable bag that ensures maximum freshness and optimum quality. To accompany the new developments in packaging, Nate’s Meatless Meatballs will also feature a non-GMO label, showcasing the product’s recent nutritional improvement that guarantees the products are free of genetically altered ingredients.

“At Nate’s we strive to produce the healthiest products possible for our consumers,” says Bimal Thakkar, managing director of ADF Foods, makers of Nate’s. “Our new non-GMO label and packaging design will help our customers effortlessly recognize our products as a leader in the healthy-eating movement, especially when it comes to frozen food.”

 Nate’s Meatless Meatballs’ new packaging was revealed at the Natural Products Expo West trade show in March 2014 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. Nate’s products are available nationwide at Whole Foods, Sprouts and other local supermarkets in September.  

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