• Pangea Natural Foods (CSE:PNGA) has launched a locally sourced blueberry juice
  • The product has an eight-month shelf life
  • The juice is cold-pressed, which results in a richer product
  • Shares of Pangea Natural Foods (PNGA) are up 2.86 per cent to C$0.18 as of 9:43 a.m. ET

Pangea Natural Foods (CSE:PNGA) has added a 100 per cent locally sourced cold-pressed blueberry juice to its product line

The company said the juice has an eight-month shelf life.

“Our team has worked diligently to create a product of exceptional quality, and we are proud to support local farmers and communities through sustainable and ethical sourcing practices,” Pratap Sandhu, CEO of Pangea Natural Foods, said in a statement.

Because the juice is cold-pressed, the company said this results in a richer and more nutritious product. Thanks to its partnership with a company in the field of high-pressure processing, the process helps to eliminate harmful pathogens.

Pangea Natural Foods is a Vancouver, B.C.-based food company that manufactures and distributes natural food products free from GMO ingredients fillers, antibiotics, hormones and bioengineered products.

Some of the products in its pipeline include the Pangea Plant-based Patties, Pangea Old Fashioned Ghee, Pangea Energy Gel and the Pangea Munchie Mix.

The company’s products are sold on its websites and across 500 retail stores such as Loblaws, Save-on-Foods, Sobeys, IGA Marketplace and others.

Shares of Pangea Natural Foods (PNGA) are up 2.86 per cent to C$0.18 as of 9:43 a.m. ET.

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