Loveland, Colorado-based Teton Waters Ranch announces the launch of Teton Taste Buds, a product line that provides nutrient-rich foods to support healthy eating habits for children.
“Kids love the taste of these products and parents feel great about serving them because they are a more healthful, affordable, and convenient solution to get kids to eat better. No sugar, no antibiotics, 50 percent less sodium and 38 percent less saturated fat than the conventional hot dog, powered with veggies and grass fed beef – all rolled into kid-favorite meals,” said Pam Smith, founder and president of Shaping America’s Plate.
Childhood obesity is an epidemic, with one in five children in the U.S. clinically obese. Research shows obese children have an 80 percent chance of remaining obese into adulthood and an increased risk of developing chronic and life-threatening diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer and dementia. Teton Waters Ranch believes that food brands need to act to reduce the risk and help prevent obesity in children.
“In order to make positive change in the eating habits of this generation of school children, businesses need to play an active role, and Teton Waters Ranch is committed to doing just that,” said Jeff Tripician, CEO of Grass Fed Foods, Teton’s parent company.
“Kids love eating hot dogs, corn dogs, burgers and meatballs. With Taste Buds on the menu, parents do not have to feel worried about allowing those choices in their kid’s diets. Taste Buds make mealtime fun and healthy. Teton Taste Buds is good for parents, their kids, the planet and business.”
Teton Waters Ranch provides 100 percent grass-fed and finished beef products families can serve at every meal. Teton Waters Ranch is one of the only grass-fed and finished beef brand that is Certified Humane, and is committed to creating a better future by being better for the planet, better for the animal and better for you.
For more information on Teton Waters Ranch, visit TetonWatersRanch.com.
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