Yonanas Gets Colorful On the Set of QVC

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Dessert maker gets bold with a daring new line of vivid colors.

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Yonanas, America's favorite small appliance for the kitchen that turns frozen bananas and other frozen fruit into a healthy, delicious treat that looks and tastes like soft-serve ice cream, is getting colorful this spring.

Eileen McHale, co-founder and spokesperson of Healthy Foods, LLC, is scheduled to unveil Yonanas’ new colorful machines on QVC® April 10, 2013 (QVC Item #K39252). A departure from the treat maker’s signature sleek, silver hue, the bright and fun spring colors including cinnamon, blue, purple, hot pink, orange, white, yellow and neon green will brighten up kitchens across the country with delicious and healthy treats and desserts. The traditional silver shade will still be available as well.

"The new colored machines are a great addition to the Yonanas family and add a fun twist to the Yonanas-making process," said Eileen McHale. “And just like the frozen treat, the new line is a pleasure you don’t have to feel guilty about.”

“Our eyes and our taste buds are so closely aligned…it’s only natural to round out the bounty of fruity colors Yonanas churns out with a set of vibrant machines to match them,” McHale continued. Viewers can follow Yonanas on Twitter before the show and have a chance to participate in a giveaway, as well as receive hints of what colors will be unveiled. Followers can also tweet at Yonanas using the hashtag, “#ColorMeHealthy.”    

The new machines will be available, while supplies last, through QVC.com, the QVC apps or by calling 800.345.1515. To learn more about the machines and get great recipes visit http://www.yonanas.com.

QVC, the Q and the Q ribbon logo are registered service marks of ER Marks, Inc.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: For more information about Yonanas' colorful machines or to arrange an interview with Eileen McHale, please contact Nancy Trent or Pamela Wadler at (212) 966-0024 or pam(at)trentandcompany(dot)com.

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