PB2 Foods Wins Another Race to Market: First Peanut Powder with Prebiotics and Probiotics

TIFTON, Ga., Aug. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – In a first for the category, PB2 Foods has begun rolling out PB2 Peanut Powder with Prebiotics & Probiotics – bringing the trend of offering additional functional benefits in new formulas to the nut butter market. The new product is now available at Walmart locations nationwide and is expected to hit shelves in other retail locations beginning in September, when it also will be available on Amazon. “This item is completely unique within our category, because no one else in the food business has produced a peanut butter powder with prebiotics and probiotics,” explained Craig Entwistle, the chief executive officer of PB2 Foods. “We’re also introducing a no sugar added element as part of this product, and that is a big differentiator for us that we know will translate to sales.” PB2 with Pre + Probiotics contains 6 grams of plant-based protein per 13-gram serving, which amounts to about 2 tablespoons.  It also has just 60 calories and 1.5 grams of fat per serving, or roughly 90-percent less fat and nearly 70-percent fewer calories than traditional peanut butter.  The prebiotic found in PB2′s new...

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Related tags: Aquaculture, DHA, Shrimp feed function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("Aquaculture, DHA, Shrimp feed"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); A team of researchers from institutions in Brazil and Mexico explored the use of supplemental DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) in the diets of juvenile Pacific white shrimp. The group published its work in the journal, Aquaculture​​​. “Since the requirement of DHA in FO [fish oil] free diets and the finishing diets strategy is still unknown, this study aimed to evaluate the growth and FA [fatty acid] profile of marketable size L. vannamei juveniles using FO-free diets containing alternative lipid sources and supplemented with low DHA levels,” ​the researchers said. The resear...