Product Launch: Sunday Cats Launches Natural and Organic Take on the Classic Ice Pop
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This summer, the classic ice pop gets a fresh and healthy makeover. Los Angeles-based Sunday Cats has reinvented the traditional freezer pop with certified organic and all-natural, easy-to-pronounce ingredients.
Sunday Cats makes its debut with the launch of three mouth-watering flavors, Watermelon, Pineapple, and Strawberry Lemonade. With a mission to disrupt the ice pop category, Sunday Cats has spent months perfecting its take on the classic frozen snack, using real fruit juice and whole food electrolytes.
Fueled by a love of all things refreshing, founder Meghan Flather set out to create an organic and natural version of the ice pop without compromising the flavor, quality, convenience, or price. "I couldn't believe a healthy version of my favorite childhood treat wasn't already on the market," commented Flather, "After some research, I set out to make an affordable version that would honor the nostalgia and playfulness of the original, while also updating the nutritional value for a modern consumer." Certified organic, gluten-free, and vegan, Sunday Cats has no added sugar, artificial colors, GMOs, or preservatives.
Sunday Cats pops are responsibly produced with individual pops packaged in BPA-free plastic and six-pack boxes made from 100% recyclable cardboard. The pops are shelf stable as well, so they can go in and out of the freezer without any problems, making life easier for consumers, distributors, and retailers. In addition, Sunday Cats has aligned with numerous charitable organizations including 1% for the Planet and All Food Things, and will be donating product to Children's Hospital Los Angeles, a perfect collaboration due to the delicious and nutritious ingredients found in the product.
Sunday Cats is currently available for ordering nationwide at www.sundaycats.com and expects to pop up on regional grocery shelves throughout the rest of the year, beginning in Southern California. Individual pops sell for 99 cents, and the six-pack box is $6.29.