SoBe® is giving adventure-seekers the chance to “Try Everything,” from new flavors and drinks to new experiences with the launch of an immersive marketing campaign that kicks off May 18.
“Try Everything” begins with a television ad featuring Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitching ace Jered Weaver who’s inspired by SoBe® Lifewater® flavor, Fuji Apple Pear to try something new on the pitcher’s mound. Instead of firing his signature fastballs, Weaver’s hurling 95-mile-per-hour Fuji apples -- with not so predictable results. Another SoBe spot featuring a staring contest with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011 Rookie of the Year, model Kate Upton will air this summer.
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Just as schedules fill with football games, apple picking and Halloween parties, the fall season gives us so many reasons to make delicious treats. Surprise and delight friends and family members with these fall baking ideas from the Jif® test kitchen, made with new Jif Hazelnut Spreads. The delicious, creamy chocolate and mocha cappuccino flavored hazelnut spreads make your favorite fall treats like apples, popcorn and candy even more delicious.
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Well, this certainly break's my 1 song per month rule. I can't help it. Halloween's got me by the Candy Apples. Normally, I create the music first and then I make a video for it later but I didn't want to go through my video madness routine at the very end and so I did a little bit of this and a little bit of that and got it all wrapped up together at the same time. I didn't have the opportunity to take the song out for a test drive as I always take a cruise with my bro and we listen to it in his car and then later I make some adjustments at home. It sound's fine to me through my laptop and the video look's okay and so I'm just gonna upload it as is.
Launched in January, Flatbed Cider Co. (www.flatbedcider.com) offers consumers an all-new craft cider made from the apples that made the Northwest famous around the world. The company’s two offerings, a Crisp Apple Cider and a Pear Cider are now available at restaurants and retailers throughout Washington State and Oregon.
While various hard ciders have been produced in the U.S. since the repeal of prohibition, the Northwest has recently become the epicenter of a craft cider revolution. Since 2012, cider’s popularity has grown more than 60 percent each year, with the strongest growth happening in Washington State and Oregon¹. Flatbed ferments its hard ciders from local, whole-pressed apples—rather than the apple juice concentrate used by many brands—and limits the time from branch to bottle to minimize oxidation and maximize Flatbed’s bright, rustic apple character.
Flatbed’s Crisp Apple Cider has a drier taste profile than most widely-available ciders in the U.S. Flatbed Crisp Apple Cider is all-natural, with no added sugar or artificial ingredients and is naturally gluten-free. Jonagold apples picked at their peak deliver the balance and acidity behind Flatbed’s exceptionally bright taste while Red Delicious apples provide tannin structure. Golden Delicious apples add a rustic apple character with a twist of subtle sweetness. And, heirloom varietals like Newtown Pippins and Gravensteins—which are hand-selected from batch-to-batch—add bucolic Northwest charm to the blend. Thanks to its bright acidity and drier flavor profile, Flatbed’s Crisp Apple Cider pairs with nearly anything that comes from the sea, farm or food cart. The Crisp Apple Cider is currently available in a 6-pack of 12-ounce bottles with an SRP of $10.99.
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Today everyone knows that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” and I say “three apples a day keeps you away from the doctor.” Eating three apples a day is strong medicine and they taste good. Just like most fruits, apples are free of cholesterol, sodium, and fat. They contain about 80 calories.
Hi, Rudy here to give some cool information about how apples can make you healthier.