Atlanta-based kids beverage brand Good2grow said it introduced Good2grow organic milk. The new product is available in single-serve 8-ounce bottles — complete with re-closable tops to avoid spills on the go.
Good2grow said the new product appeals to kids with its two kid-friendly flavors — Strawberry and Chocolate — and hundreds of kid-requested character tops. It also provides a slew of nutritional benefits, including being a good source of vitamins A and D and calcium and containing 8 grams of protein per serving.
While Good2grow has long been at the forefront of the better-for-you kids’ beverage space, the company said this milk marks the brand’s first foray into the dairy space and the first “ready-to-go” milk for kids ages 2 to 5.
“We know that parents are more selective than ever when it comes to their kids’ beverage consumption, in terms of nutritional attributes, convenience and especially variety,” said Gunnar Olson, CEO of Good2grow. “Our milk addresses each of these needs — plus, the two delicious flavors and collectable character tops sweeten the deal with their kids.”
Good2grow said its milk is now launching in retail, with initial distribution slated for spring 2021 in select grocery and convenience stores, including Hannaford Supermarkets, Casey’s General Stores, Stripes Stores and Circle K Texas. It has a suggested retail price of $3.99.