Fresh Promise Foods Inc (OTCMKTS:FPFI) disclosed that its wholly owned subsidiary firm, Harvest Soul, Inc., manufacturer of organic chewable juices, obtained its third procurement order from United Natural Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:UNFI), a leading organic and natural distributor. Since getting on shelves in Whole Foods Market, Inc. (NASDAQ:WFM) in mid-March, 2015, the subsidiary has gained trial, awareness, interest, and now repeat purchases.

The measures

To support this growth, Fresh Promise is boosting in-store sampling demos in 32 Whole Foods Markets in the five-state southern region. Throughout the May, demonstrations will be performed to offer customers a chance to experiment with the only USDA organic chewable juice. It is now Non-GMO Project Verified. The sampling demos will contain both tropical fusion and green fusion.

The management view

Kevin P. Quirk, the CEO of Fresh Promise and Harvest Soul President, stated that in-store sampling is one of the finest ways to attract consumers to try Harvest Soul Chewable Juices. The management knows that once customers try them, they will appreciate it and will provide with positive feedback. The flavors are amazing, and moreover they are nutritious. They will love to chew the bits of berries, seeds and nuts in juices. The Whole Foods Market customers appreciate that Harvest Soul juices are Non-GMO Project Verified and USDA Organic. The company is committed to purity and transparency in product’s ingredients.

The product

Harvest Soul Organic Chewable Juices can be bought in two different flavors Green Fusion and Tropical Fusion. They are blends of vegetables and fruits, mixed in with bits of berries, seeds and nuts. They are packed with protein and fiber, are never prepared from concentrates, and have no artificial flavors or sugar.

In last trading session, the stock price of Fresh Promise Foods Inc (OTCMKTS:FPFI) gained more than 57% to close the trading session at $0.00220. The gains came at a share volume of 21.72 million compared to average share volume of 1.58 million.