New Products This Week: Yerba Mates and Glow-Up Kombucha inspired by National Recovery Month

In this week’s roundup of new products, CLEAN Cause takes inspiration from National Recovery Month, REDCON1 splashes the energy drink set, and Health-Ade gives consumers a glow with its new kombuchas.


In conjunction with National Recovery Month, CLEAN Cause rolled out 1,200 limited-edition Cherry Lime flavor cans with an exclusive label designed by its creative director, Macklemore. One hundred percent of LTO’s proceeds will be donated to salvage housing grants. According to the brand, the can art was inspired by Macklemore’s own recovery journey. CLEAN Cause Cherry Lime is available online for $15 per 16 oz. box. For more information, visit

Elmhurst 1925

Elmhurst 1925 has reformulated its unsweetened oat milk to include more nutritional benefits, including more calcium, healthy fats and potassium. The new formulation also includes 25 grams of whole grains per 8 oz. portion. Elmhurst 1925 Unsweetened Oat Milk is available online for $13.98 per 2-pack of 32 oz. bottles and $41.94 per 6-pack. For more information, visit

kite soda

Burning Brothers Brewing has partnered with Solid Gold Hemp to create Minnesota’s first THC-infused soda: Kite Soda. The launch follows a change in state law in July, which ruled that Minnesotans age 21 and older are permitted to consume THC-containing edibles and drinkables. Available in three flavors – Citrus, Ginger Ale and Root Beer – the soda is now available at Burning Brothers Taproom. According to the brand, wholesale and retail placements of the product are underway. For more information, visit


Pre-workout and protein drink maker REDCON1 has announced that it will be splashing the energy drink set with REDCON1 Energy. The mission-based brand will donate five cents from every can sold each quarter to military charities nationwide. REDCON1 Energy will debut next month in a Freedom Frost flavor. For more information, visit


Health-Ade has expanded its Glow Up line with two new flavors: Ginger Pineapple Belly Reset and Citrus Immune Boost. The first contains vitamin C, zinc and a mixture of oranges. The latter contains pineapple and ginger and includes 6 billion CFU of live probiotics at bottling, which is six times more probiotics than other Health-Ade kombuchas. Both new flavors are available for $3.99 per 16 oz. single serve bottle and $8.99 per 48 oz. bottle at Whole Foods Market, Sprouts, Safeway and Target stores nationwide. For more information, visit


GHOST Energy has partnered with The Vitamin Shoppe to launch their latest innovation: Strawbango Margarita. The new drink contains 200 mg of caffeine per 16 oz. box and features a blend of strawberry and mango flavors. Strawbango Margarita is available online and in-store for $29.99 per pack of 12. For more information, visit

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