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EXCLUSIVE: Actress, Producer and Best-Selling Author Gabrielle Union Joins Bitsy’s as Co-Founder, Sets out to Change How All Kids Snack

(Bitsy's Co-Founders, from l. to r., Maggie Patton, Gabrielle Union, Alex Buckley)

Hollywood actress, producer and best-selling author Gabrielle Union is joining Bitsy's as a co-founder, giving the organic food kids' brand serious reach.

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Keto Elixirs from REBBL

REBBL has introduced a line of Keto Elixirs that adhere to the recommended ratios for a lifestyle in ketosis.  Offered in two flavors -- chocolate and vanilla almond -- each bottle offers 75% fats from coconut MCTs, 20% plant-based protein and 5% net carbohydrates. No added sugar. The drinks are available at, and Whole Foods Market stores nationwide.

Harissa Spice Blend from Thrive Market

Wanting to offer diners the ability to add bold, complex flavors to their meals, Thrive Market has come out with a Harissa Spice Blend in powder form. Originating from northern Africa, harissa is a spicy chili paste made from a blend of different peppers, herbs and spices. It can elevate a number of dishes, from hummus to shakshuka.

Spiked Teas from Crook & Marker

From the founder of Bai Brands, Crook & Marker has come out with a line of certified organic spiked teas. It is crafted from brewed tea and paired with a blend of organic supergrain alcohol and all-natural fruit flavors, including Lemon, Peach, Raspberry and Sweet Tea. Each can contains zero sugar with 80 calories, less than one gram of net carbs and 4% alcohol by volume (ABV). Available nationwide.
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