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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:**
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Calories per gram:
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Get ready for a fresh, healthy fruity treat! These fresh mango pineapple smoothies are perfect for breakfast, or when you need a healthy snack.
It is so easy to make homemade smoothies for yourself, and you will love being in control of what healthy ingredients to use!
(*Thank you to the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA) for sponsoring this post! For more inspiration be sure to check out delicious ideas from NFRA at EasyHomeMeals.com.)
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I love picking flavors and deciding what ingredients go into the frozen fruity smoothies that I make! My kids love tropical fruits so we chose to use Dole’s fresh frozen Pineapple and frozen Mango fruit. My kids go crazy over these two fruits, especially when they are blended together.
Are you ready to make this easy pineapple mango smoothie?
Add the frozen pineapple and mango into a blender. We like to use almond milk, but coconut or soy milk will also taste wonderful. Next, add a scoop of your favorite protein powder. I used vanilla because my kids like that flavor with the pineapple and mango best.
Add two tablespoons of chia seeds.
Did you do a double take at chia seeds? Kids won’t know that these smoothies have healthy chia seeds. I love them because they add some extra nutrition to these smoothies!”
I love that this Dole frozen fruit is so fresh! Here it is in my blender before I added the other ingredients!
A delicious frozen mango pineapple smoothie recipe
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Filed Under: Chef Recipes, dairy free, egg free, Libations and Smoothies, Paleo, VeganTagged With: almond milk, mango, mint, pineapple, protein powder
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By Denise Leathers 2017-10-05 07:18:43
After record-low fresh fruit prices took a bite out of frozen sales, the category is on the rise once again. New blends, organic options and pack sizes are driving growth. What a difference a few months can make! After seeing sales fall as much as 10% earlier this year (versus the same period a year ago), the frozen fruit subcategory is back on track. During the 12 weeks ended Aug. 13, sales edged up 0.9% across channels to $244.66 million, reports Chicago-based market research firm IRI (iriworldwide.com). Industry observers say fresh fruit prices, which were down as much as 20% during the first half of the year, are on the rise, prompting some consumers who had switched to return to frozen. But low-priced fresh fruit isn't the category's only challenge. "The amount of frozen fruit used in smoothies is down slightly due to consumers' use of other ingredients like vegetables, nuts and grains," explains Paul Panza, senior director of marketing at Dole Packaged Foods (dolesunshine.com), Westlake Village, Calif. "While the basic strawberry banana smoothie is still very much alive, heavy smoothie consumers have gone way beyond those common ingredients." But manufacturers are adapting quickly, rolling out a variety of convenient blends that feature not only veggies, but exotic fruits, spices and seeds, eliminating the need for consumers to run all over the store for different ingredients. As a result, blends now represent approximately 31% of the category. NEW BLENDS OFFER CONVENIENCE Dole introduced three Crafted Smoothie Blends made with ingredients like kale, watermelon, mint and ginger this past spring, says Panza. The newest variety, Banana Berry Mango, will hit the shelves next April. Wake Forest, N.C.-based Imperial Frozen Foods (imperialfrozenfoods. com), which is rolling out an entire line of frozen fruits under the Sunkist label, will introduce eight smoothie blends next month, reports vp of sales Alex McIntosh. "Th at's where our emphasis will be because blends are so on-trend right now," he says. Four fruit-only blends (Organic Antioxidant, Blueberry Pomegranate Banana, Papaya Banana Blueberry, and Strawberry Kiwi Banana) will come in straight 48-ounce packages while four fruit-and-veggie blends (Mango Peach Blueberry Carrot, Banana Strawberry Pineapple Beet, Blueberry Peach Pineapple, and Strawberry Mango Acai Kale) will be offered in 48-ounce packages that contain four individual portions. Also new to the 48-ounce blends segment, a pair of unique entries from Milbridge, Mainebased Wyman's (wymans.com): Melon Berry Pineapple with Cucumbers and Cherry Berry Plum with Cacao Nibs (a great way to deliver the antioxidants found in chocolate without the added sugar). "We find out what consumers are adding to their smoothies and then try to make it more convenient by putting all the ingredients together in one bag," says vp of sales Tom Gardner. But not everyone is sold on smoothie blends. "There are a lot of blends out there working to capture consumers' imaginations, but oftentimes, they're short-lived," says Josh Scheel, sales and marketing vp at Gresham, Ore.-based Scenic Fruit Co. (scenic fruit.com). "Although most customers use frozen fruit in smoothies, they don't like being told they have to use it that way. We're finding success in large pack sizes that don't specify that it's a smoothie item. Th at way, it's up to consumers to decide where, when and how to use their frozen fruit." Scheel is more bullish on organic frozen fruit, which represents 45% of Scenic Fruit's volume. In the 10 years since it debuted, "Our organic product line has enjoyed a 25% CAGR," he reports. While frozen fruit is inherently "clean," consumers remain skeptical of "natural" claims. "But certified organic products come with third-party verification, which well-informed consumers know they can trust," says Scheel. In fact, adds Panza, organic sales are up about 5% over the past 52 weeks, and almost 15% during the past 12. "As we see the price premium between conventional and organic continue to narrow, we expect this trend to continue." While organic represents only about 12% of the category today, he notes, "It will likely grow close to 20% over the next several years." To that end, Dole launched a complete line of Non GMO Project-verified organic items, including a Berries 'n Kale smoothie blend, in 12-ounce stand-up pouches last March. Imperial Frozen Fruit will launch a group of Sunkist organic fruits this November, including Strawberries, Blueberries, Mango and Berry Medley, all in both 16- and 32-ounce packages, says McIntosh. The company will also introduce pure organic acai, which will provide a clean label alternative to the leading national brand, which includes soy lecithin and citric acid. THE LARGE AND SMALL OF IT Although small package sizes are needed to drive trial – particularly between March and May when the majority of new buyers enter the category – most of the growth is in large sizes. Sales of 48-ounce packages are up 25% year-over- year; 32-ounce, 12%; and 64-ounce, 5%. Anything smaller than 16 ounces is down 15%. Industry observers estimate about 70% of total frozen fruit sales are now in larger sizes, prompting most manufacturers to move at least a portion of their lineup into big bags. For example, says brand manager Patrick Rhodes, Carver, Mass.-based Cape Cod Select (capecodselect.com) recently began offering its frozen cranberries and cranberry blends in resealable 48-ounce packages that provide heavy users with better value. "A 10- or 12-ounce package that offers one or two uses doesn't leave the consumer feeling like they got a good value," confirms Scheel, whose company has seen a "dramatic" increase in requests for larger packages. At the other end of the package size spectrum, a handful of manufacturers are also rolling out small, single-serve packages that tap into the healthy snacking trend. Among the first out of the gate are a pair of Sunkist Cransations: cranberries infused with natural juices to remove tartness and add flavor without sugar. Currently available at Walmart in Original and Sunburst – though more flavors are coming – the lunchbox-ready frozen snacks also make a great topping for salads, yogurt, cereal and oatmeal, says McIntosh. Each 12-ounce package contains four 3-ounce snack packs. Dole already offers a line of single-serve, chocolate-covered fruit, including sliced bananas, strawberry halves and pineapple tidbits, reports Panza. But it recently rolled out the company's first milk chocolate-covered variety: Milk Chocolate Banana Dippers. "They're the perfect combination of refreshing fruit and decadent chocolate," he says. "But at 100 calories per pouch, they're a snack consumers can feel good about eating any time of day or night." Dippers come in cartons of six single-serve packages. IN-AISLE PROMOS NOT THE ONLY SOLUTION With household penetration of frozen fruit holding steady at about 37%, manufacturers believe there are plenty of opportunities to bring new – and lapsed – users to the category. Even though their sales aren't growing, smaller sizes should definitely be promoted during the springtime when new users are mostly likely to enter the segment. "But we also need to go beyond temporary price reductions to stimulate sales," says Panza. "While providing a value is important, many consumers simply forget to shop the frozen fruit category." In fact, he reports, 15% of frozen fruit consumers who purchased less than the year before said it wasn't necessarily a conscious decision – they just didn't think about frozen fruit or neglected to put it on their list. "With fewer shoppers walking down the frozen aisle, retailers can no longer rely on in-aisle promotions to grow sales," says Panza. A better approach is to communicate the benefits of frozen fruit – nutrition, convenience, year-round availability, less waste, etc. – before consumers get to the store. But retailers can also do more to help shoppers find frozen fruit once they're at the store. Rhodes suggests giving the category its own dedicated section – with its own "Frozen Fruit" sign so consumers can find it – rather than lumping it in with, say, frozen desserts, which tends to negate the health message. Placing frozen fruit next to frozen vegetables in a "froduce" section is an even better idea, he says, because it reinforces the notion of healthfulness. FROZEN FRUIT Sales in supermarkets, drugstores, mass merchants, military commissaries and select club and dollar stores combined for the 12 weeks ended Aug. 13, according to Chicago-based market research firm IRI (iriworldwide.com). Percent change is versus the same period a year ago. CATEGORY $ SALES % CHG UNIT SALES % CHG VOLUME % CHG FZ FRUIT $244,658,624 0.9 47,978,124 (0.0) 76,127,960 1.7 Private Label $164,898,848 4.6 33,868,880 5.1 50,921,568 6.2 Dole $18,154,620 (1.2) 3,051,452 (10.5) 5,540,804 (1.9) Wyman's of Maine $9,821,928 15.1 910,533 16.1 2,703,549 16.3 Dole Wildly Nutritious $6,001,870 (27.1) 651,730 (32.0) 2,742,490 (19.9) Wyman's $5,337,814 (10.5) 917,348 (15.4) 1,524,577 (9.9) Campoverde $4,264,594 1.0 324,466 0.2 1,120,677 (1.4) Goya $4,128,257 5.5 1,555,624 3.6 1,406,678 5.3 Townsend Farms $3,096,346 (18.1) 415,934 (10.4) 1,247,801 (10.4) Well-Pict $2,997,732 (13.7) 300,464 (15.0) 1,502,319 (19.3) Welch's $2,855,453 31.6 440,912 6.7 740,132 32.7
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