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Ocean Spray

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Ocean Spray
One Ocean Spray Drive
Lakeville-Middleboro
MA 02349
United States


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  001-508-946-1000


ACTIVE CATEGORIES

fruit products - dry; fruit products - wet



Ocean Spray’s Ingredient Technology Group (ITG) is part of Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc, a $2 billion grower-owned cooperative comprising of over 700 growers across America and Canada. Founded in 1930, Ocean Spray satisfies the global demand for cranberries from its headquarters in Massachusetts and various North American production locations.

Ocean Spray Ingredients is a product development resource for companies and organizations of all sizes. The group works as a strategic partner with customers, clients and food technologists to create customized recipes through the application of technology.

Why innovate with Ocean Spray Ingredients?

• Over 80 years of cranberry knowledge & research
• Multiple plants with superior quality – AIB, GMA-SAFE, SQF
• 100% grower-owned
• R&D technical support


Ocean Spray operates via a global network of distributors, spanning Europe, North and South America, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. Cranberry ingredients can now be found in hundreds of products in more than 50 countries around the globe.



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The launch of a crunchy cranberry innovation

19 Nov 2018 --- BBS presented Ocean Spray’s new crunchy cranberry product named “Crunch.” The cranberries are baked to achieve the desired crunchy texture and the whole procedure is based on OSC proprietary drying process, instead of the normal drying. This innovative version is a healthy alternative to potato chips and is an excellent choice as a crunchy ingredient in mueslis, chocolate, salads, yogurt and many other foods.

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The Rise of Natural Energy as a Marketing Platform

23 Oct 2015 --- GAT Foods (Israel) highlighted the trend towards natural energy drinks, by presenting various concepts. Hila Bentman at GAT Foods noted the positioning as follows: “These types of products target working people who may need an energy boost at 3-4pm. They can either get this from a chocolate bar, snack or a drink like this. For example, there was a drink launched last year in Israel, in collaboration with Ocean Spray, where we worked our knowledge to launch a product aimed at both men and women. It contains the same amount of caffeine as a classic energy drink, but because it is sweetened with stevia, it is not comparable in terms of sugar content.”




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