Delicious and Nutritious: Perricone Farms 100% Fruit Juices Now Available at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Costco, Stater Bros. and Bristol Farms Grocers

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It's a home-run hit: Perricone Farms pure and natural fruit juice is now sold at all home games for Angels Baseball. Game-goers can slake their thirst with the cool sweetness of orange juice, apple juice, and strawberry lemonade. It's the first time Angel Stadium has offered a nutritious and delicious fruit drink to baseball fans.

They know how important it is to offer a fresh and healthy drink alternative to families, especially children.

It's April 6, 2009: First day of the season for Angels Baseball. You're sitting in the bleachers, watching the players take the field. It's a sunny day - and you're hot and thirsty. In the distance you see the hotdog man scaling the bleachers and selling his wares. As he gets closer, you hear him cry:

"Orange juice! Apple juice! Strawberry Lemonade! Get your ice cold Perricone Farms freshly squeezed pure and natural fruit juice!"

Pure and natural fruit juice? At a baseball game? It's not a dream - the cool sweetness of orange juice, apple juice, and strawberry lemonade - packaged in a spill-proof Sports Pouch* - is now part of the snack menu at Angel Stadium.

It's a grand-slam of an idea: From ballpark to grocery store, people thirst for nutritious and delicious treats. Family-owned and operated Perricone Farms has stepped up to the plate, and now their freshly squeezed oh-so-good juice is available during Angels Baseball home games, or in the cold drink aisle of many Southern California grocers.

It's a Home Run: Fresh Juice and Baseball
Selling freshly squeezed juice to game-goers is a first for the stadium, notes Joe Perricone, company president. "They know how important it is to offer a fresh and healthy drink alternative to families, especially children."

The Sports Pouches are perfect for sipping in the stands: They don't spill, drip, or leak. Each pouch has a push-pull spout, so you can sip it fast or savor later. Sold chilled, the 8-oz pouches stay cool for hours.

From Grove to Glass, to Gourmet Grocers
In addition to Angel Stadium, Perricone Farms juice - in its sip-and-save Sports Pouch - can be found at these select California grocery stores and Costco shopping centers.

Stater Bros. Markets
Varieties sold: Orange juice, apple juice, strawberry lemonade, and tangerine
164 stores to serve you: Visit

Bristol Farms Markets
Varieties sold: orange juice, tangerine juice, strawberry lemonade, and pomegranate
16 locations to serve you: Visit

Costco Shopping Centers
Varieties Sold: Tangerine Sports Pouches

Van Nuys
6100 Sepulveda Blvd.
Van Nuys, CA 97411

9011 South Harbor Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92832

Signal Hill
2200 East Willow St.
Signal Hill, CA 90755

Laguna Marketplace
27220 Heather Ridge
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

5401 Katella Ave
Cypress, Ca 90720

14501 Hindry Ave.
Hawthorne, Ca 90250

Tustin II
2700 Park Ave.
Tustin, Ca 92782

About Perricone Farms:
Family owned and operated Perricone Farms hand-picks, squeezes, and bottles the juice that comes from pre-approved, quality-controlled groves. That means, depending on the juice, every sip is rich in antioxidants, is an excellent source of vitamin C and other nutrients, contains no GMO, is free of allergens, and is both cholesterol and fat-free.

"For the last three generations - more than 60 years - we have been in the citrus business and have delivered the highest quality juice. Our juice is pure. No additives, no preservatives, and no chemicals, ever.

"As the largest producer of fresh-squeezed citrus juice in the Western United States, we are committed to your good health. The Sports Pouches start with the same pure juice we use in our FDA-approved fresh juice line, and then we flash-pasteurize it to extend its shelf life. You'll never taste the difference!" explains Perricone.

Learn more about Perricone Farms old-fashioned values and honest-to-goodness freshness - and 11 Surprising Juice Facts -

*Patent pending by Sports Pouch Beverage Company

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