IRVINE, Calif. — Orgain, the nation’s first ready-to-drink nutritional shake that is certified organic, now comes in Strawberries & Cream, as well as Creamy Chocolate Fudge, Sweet Vanilla Bean and Iced Café Mocha. Available nationally at Whole Foods Market, Rite Aid, Wegman’s and The Vitamin Shoppe, as well as on-line at http://www.orgain.com, Orgain was created by a practicing physician and cancer survivor to give consumers a convenient solution for meeting their health and weight management needs.
“Orgain is ready-to-go for breakfast, as a post-workout shake, during illness, or as an energizing snack or meal replacement,” said Andrew Abraham, M.D., Orgain’s founder. “By offering a variety of flavors, we’re making it easier for consumers to meet their health goals.”
Orgain nutritional shakes provide perfectly balanced nutrition with 16 grams of organic protein, organic complex carbohydrates, organic fiber, a complete vitamin and mineral blend, and a blend of 10 different certified organic fruits and vegetables. It is free of soy, preservatives, artificial sweeteners, corn syrup, and is gluten-free. It comes in 11-ounce single serve, shelf-stable containers for $2.99 each.
Orgain is also available in a specially formulated children’s line, Orgain Healthy Kids. It is great for picky eaters, when kids are sick, and for snacks and lunch boxes. Available in Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry, each 8.25-ounce single-serve container is $2.39.
Founded in 2008 by Andrew Abraham, M.D., Orgain’s vision is to be the healthiest beverage company in the world by creating high quality products that revolutionize health and wellness. Dr. Abraham’s personal experience as a cancer survivor and practicing physician inspired him to formulate Orgain: nutritional shakes that are a wholesome blend of organic protein, organic complex carbohydrates, fiber and a synergistic immune and vitamin blend. Gluten-free, organic Orgain is a perfect choice for breakfast, as a post-workout shake, during illness or as a healthy snack between meals. A portion of net proceeds is given to cancer patients who cannot adequately meet their medical and nutritional needs.