GoodBelly Introduces New Carrot Ginger Probiotic Juice Drink

CarrotGinger-with glass_MRGoodBelly, a line of probiotic juice beverages formulated for daily digestive health, announced the launch of its new gluten-free flavor, GoodBelly Carrot Ginger, the brand’s first-ever vegetable juice variety. The new flavor joins the company’s selection of drinks that are non-GMO, dairy-free, soy-free, vegan and kosher, and infused with its probiotic strain, Lactobacillus plantarum 299v (LP299V), which supports daily digestive health.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer a veggie-based beverage infused with the digestive benefits our fans have come to know and love from GoodBelly,” says GoodBelly CEO, Alan Murray. “Carrot Ginger is our very first vegetable juice drink, and we absolutely love the unique blend of nutritious and tummy-soothing ingredients it offers in each glass. It’s also certified gluten-free, so it’s a fantastic and tasty option for those with a gluten sensitivity or intolerance who are looking to maintain their digestive health.”

GoodBelly Carrot Ginger offers a combination of carrot juice and ginger; two “superfoods” known for their health benefits. Ginger has been long recognized for its natural ability to ease stomachaches, nausea and diarrhea, while carrots have been touted for their high vitamin A content, which benefits the immune, nervous and circulatory systems. With the addition of probiotics, these ingredients form GoodBelly Carrot Ginger, “a refreshing option to help consumers maintain a healthy and happy belly!”

One eight-ounce serving of GoodBelly Carrot Ginger offers 50% of the daily recommended value of vitamin A and provides 20 billion live and active cultures of LP299V®.†  Unlike many other live and active cultures, LP299V survives passage beyond the stomach’s acidic environment in order to benefit the rest of the digestive system.

GoodBelly Carrot Ginger is certified gluten-free by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) and verified non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project. The product retails for $3.69 per quart.

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