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Traina Foods Launches Two New Flavors


PATTERSON, CA
Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Traina Foods is bringing the summer heat to stores a little early this year! Adding to its Home Grown fruiton line—a bite-size, sun-dried fruit line—the company now offers two new flavors perfect for summer: Natural Cherry and the Summer Blend. Both of the new flavors offer the same nutrient-packed healthiness as the other items in the line.

Willie Traina, CEO, Traina Foods“At Traina Foods, we are dedicated to the continued development of dried foods as a way to bridge the gap between the recommended intake of fruit and actual consumption,” said Willie Traina, CEO of Traina Foods. “There are so many health benefits of regular dried fruit intake, including reduced rates of cardiovascular disease, obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and other illnesses. Traina Foods' new Home Grown fruitons give consumers another delicious way to incorporate more fruit into their meals.”

According to a press release, the Natural Cherry flavor features cherries of course, while the new Summer Blend features dried peaches, nectarines, and plums. Other fruitons in the line include Seasoned Sun-Dried Tomatoes and the All-American Blend, which features peaches, cranberries, grapes, apples, and blueberries.

The Natural Cherry flavor features cherries of course, while the new Summer Blend features dried peaches, nectarines, and plums

The Home Grown fruiton line can be used to up the ante at any meal as it adds a nutrious and flavorful element to breakfast’s oatmeal and yogurt parfaits, lunch salads, and hearty pasta dinners.

Fruiton Packaging Detail

Fruitons are available in six-ounce re-sealable packages and individual .75-ounce packages for on-the-go convenience. The entire fruitons line, as well as all of Traina Foods dried fruit varieties, is available for purchase at www.trainafoods.com.

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