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The Color Purple Shows Up In New Cereal Products

September 25, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Purple corn, a Peruvian staple packed with healthful anthocyanins, is making its way into commercially-available food products, several of which were touted at Natural Products Expo East recently. Suntava, Inc., says its non-bioengineered purple corn ingredients promise protection from cancer, obesity and inflammation. Back to the Roots developed a breakfast cereal made from U.S.-grown purple corn, organic cane sugar, and sea salt. Boston’s Late July Snacks introduced organic purple corn tortilla chips. Oregon’s Attune Foods (Post Holdings) unveiled a cereal made with lightly glazed flakes of organic purple corn and brown rice.
Monica Watrous, "Purple corn poised for superfood stardom", Food Business News, September 25, 2015, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING CO.
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