Suavva is lower in calories and contains antioxidants and healthy organic compounds
Weston, Florida (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
Suavva, the first fresh juice smoothie made from the pulp of the exotic cacao fruit, recognized worldwide as one of the richest sources of antioxidants and other healthy natural compounds, is now available in The Fresh Market stores nationwide. Consumers can now benefit from these extraordinary cacao compounds in a radically different presentation and flavor than the traditional form of eating cacao which is chocolate. Since Suavva comes from the white, naturally sweet citrus-like cacao pulp that surrounds the cacao bean, it is ideal for fruity juice smoothies.
With 130 stores in prime locations throughout 26 states, North Carolina-based The Fresh Market is now pursuing its dream of being a fresh take on grocery shopping by adding Suavva to its lineup of good and delicious, healthy offerings.
All Suavva cacao juice smoothies are rich in antioxidants and join the family of super fruits, such as açaí, cranberries, and pomegranates. However, what sets Suavva apart is that since cacao juice is naturally sweeter than all these other juices, Suavva is lower in calories, and contains polyphenol antioxidants and specific healthy organic compounds which are believed combine to provide the familiar "good mood" boost noted by chocolate and Suavva lovers alike.
Suavva is available in The Fresh Market in three presentations: Original, Mango, and a special Chocolate variety that adds cocoa to provide a hint of traditional chocolate flavor.
It is commonly known that the cacao fruit is the source of cacao seeds which after fermentation become cocoa beans, the source of chocolate. Yet until recently, few outside cacao plantations were familiar with the amazing rich white pulp that surrounds those seeds. It was the inspiration of Joseph Montgomery, President of Agro Innova Co, the manufacturer of Suavva, to find additional uses for the cacao fruit.
“My family has been planting cacao for chocolate for generations”, said Montgomery, “but only over the course of past few years have we been able to develop a patented process to extract enough white citrus-like pulp to make Suavva cacao juice smoothies available to the public at large. In doing so, we have created a new source of income for thousands of small farmers in cacao-producing countries throughout the world and a wholesome new way to enjoy and benefit from the health properties of cacao.”