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California Natural Products Unveils CalNaturale(TM) Svelte(TM) All-Natural Sustained Energy Protein Drink
Date:4/27/2010

LATHROP, Calif., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- California Natural Products, a leading manufacturer of more than 150 certified organic and natural foods and beverages for contract customers, today announced the introduction of a multi-functional, all-natural sustained energy protein drink called CalNaturale™ Svelte™, marking the first-ever national consumer brand launch in the company's 30-year history. Dedicated to providing great taste, positive nutrition and increased vitality through pure and simple ingredients, CalNaturale Svelte is a non-dairy, gluten-free natural alternative to other energy, protein and meal replacement beverages currently in the marketplace.

"After years of working behind the scenes developing products that have truly shaped the natural landscape, California Natural Products is ready to embark on our first national consumer brand," says Pat Mitchell, president and founder. "We've developed tremendous insights and knowledge into creating superior products as well as identifying the needs of the marketplace."

Made with organic and all-natural ingredients, CalNaturale Svelte drinks come in a variety of delicious flavors to satisfy any taste palette and provide naturally sustained energy through a unique blend of certified organic complex carbohydrates, including rice syrup solids and inulin, high fiber and a substantial amount of protein. Svelte drinks provide a good source of the daily value of fiber in just one serving and 16g of protein from a fresh, organic base of soymilk and rice. The beverage also qualifies as a low glycemic product with only 9g of sugar per container.

"We have performed extensive tests to guarantee that the CalNaturale Svelte product's nutritional composition meets the highest standards without sacrificing tast
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