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H&H Continues Expansion in South, Southwest, and West

Company awards franchises in Atlanta, San Antonio, and Sacramento to market award-winning Fruitfull Frozen Fruit Bars

BOCA RATON, Fla. – March 10, 2019 – Spring is blooming and Happy & Healthy (H&H) Products Inc. continues to attract franchise owners for its award-winning frozen novelty – Fruitfull Frozen Fruit Bars.

Linda Kamm, president of H&H, is pleased to announce the following franchisee agreements that bring the H&H franchise network to 42 members:

Hemanth Grandhige of Belly Rub Distributors, Atlanta

Nim & Gina Meishar of TDM Operational, San Antonio

Daniel & Marla Cordova of Capitol Delights, LLC, Sacramento

Written on March 10, 2019
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H&H Named Top Franchise

Company ranked as one of the Best Overall Franchises in Franchisee Satisfaction

BOCA RATON, Fla. – February 1, 2019 – In the frozen novelty industry, Happy & Healthy (H&H) Products is proving to be a hot franchise commodity. Linda Kamm, president, is pleased to announce that H&H was named a best overall franchise by Franchise Business Review (FBR).

Written on February 1, 2019
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H&H Fort Collins Franchise Surpasses $300k in Sales

Owners cite expansion of all-natural products into health conscious Colorado market as key

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – December 1, 2011 – While the calendar reads December 1st, Kim and Regis Cunningham at Healthy Addictions (www.healthyaddictions.net) are already celebrating their just desserts. The company, which serves as a franchise for frozen fruit bar/novelty manufacturer Happy & Healthy (H&H) Products, has achieved a record $300,000 in sales through the first 11 months.

Written on December 2, 2011
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From Phil Lempert, NBC’s Today Show
Hidden contenOn Fruitfull®Frozen Mango Cream Bars: “Summertime and the living is easy….” Just the thought of these delicious, all natural frozen treats gets your mind on the warm sun and the sand in your toes. Made with all natural ingredients and big chunks of fruit, you can indulge yourself with one of these without too much guilt (only 7 grams of fat) and the kids will love them too! A healthy product that tastes great too! Choose from juice, yogurt or cream varieties in more than 20 delicious flavors.”

On Happy Indulgence Coconut Cream Decadent Dips Bar: “Indulgence is a good word to use in describing this rich, sweet chocolate-covered Coconut Cream Decadent Dips Bar. Yes, it’s delicious, and in the summertime can tempt just about anyone into reaching into the freezer for a frozen treat, even if it isn’t healthy. However, your shoppers will find that this one does contain a little less fat than those of its competitors, (15-16 grams versus 18-29 grams. And these Decadent Dips are all natural. Obviously, this company has been doing their homework and knows that shoppers are reading labels and don’t want high-fructose corn syrup or trans fats. Other flavors include Chocolate Dipped Mud Pie, Chocolate Dipped Banana, Chocolate Dipped Banana Split, Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Cream and Chocolate Dipped Cherry.”t

From Hungry-Girl.com
“We loooooove Fruitfull®Juice Bars — and not just ‘cuz they come in flavors like Fuzzy Navel and Tropical Splash. It’s more about the fact that they’re 100% natural, and contain about 19 calories per ounce. They do come in a slew of wonderful fruity flavors — like Strawberry, Raspberry, Pineapple, Lime , Watermelon, Guava, Passionate Cherry, Lemon and Tamarind. Yowsa! HG Heads Up! Don’t confuse these with the ones that contain cream. Those taste awesome but contain more calories and fat.
From Bon Appetit:
Double Cool Ice-cold Fruitfull® frozen fruit bars from Happy & Healthy Products are a hit with kids of all ages. What’s not to like? They’re fat-free, they come in a range of favorite flavors like banana, raspberry, strawberry and lime. From Diabetes Interview: Looking for dessert? These Fruitfull® fruit bars come in 16 flavors. The eight juice-based flavors are chock full of chunks of real fruit, including raspberry, pineapple, tropical splash and fuzzy navel to name a few. The cream-based bars flavors include strawberry cream, and peaches and cream. Chocolate and cappuccino are yogurt-based bars. Fruitfull® bars are available in several grocery store chains across the country. The ADA has reviewed and approved the exchanges printed on each wrapper.
From Diabetes Interview:
Looking for dessert? These Fruitfull® fruit bars come in 16 flavors. The eight juice-based flavors are chock full of chunks of real fruit, including raspberry, pineapple, tropical splash and fuzzy navel to name a few. The cream-based bars flavors include strawberry cream, and peaches and cream. Chocolate and cappuccino are yogurt-based bars. Fruitfull® bars are available in several grocery store chains across the country. The ADA has reviewed and approved the exchanges printed on each wrapper.
From Family Circle:
Not all frozen treats are created equal. In fact, some fruit pops are loaded with sugar and saturated fat, and have more than 300 calories. “Look for products with no more than 150 calories and less than 3 grams of fat and 1 gram of saturated fat per serving,” suggests Mary T. Story, Ph.D., professor of pediatrics at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Cool your kids off with these standout summer treats. Top pop: Fruitfull® Juice Bars,75 Calories What we love: Fat and cholesterol free; 12 flavors to choose from Favorite flavors: watermelon, strawberry

From McCall’s:
Chill Out – Keep your cool with one of these dreamy delights. Eating healthy never tasted so good. Fruitfull® Passionate Cherry and Fuzzy Navel bars contain one or more servings of fruit.

From Weight Watchers Magazine:
Summer on a Stick Here’s a cool treat that will bring out the kid in you: Fruitfull® Bars, frozen fruit desserts made by Happy & Healthy Products, Inc. They come in several flavors (from Passionate Cherry to Pina Colada), are loaded with chunks of fruit, are super low in calories (60 to 160) depending on the flavor), and are either fat-free or low in fat. They’re sold by street vendors (look for Fruitfull®’s trademark watermelon umbrella) and in freezer cases in a growing number of retail locations.

From Vim & Vigor:
Fruit on a Stick They’re not quite fruit on a stick. Some actually contain more sugar than fruit! But low-fat frozen fruit bars can be an appealing alternative to high-fat desserts. Here’s a sampling of what’s available. DOLE FRUIT ‘N JUICE RASPBERRY BARS—These syrupy-sweet fruit bars are billed as containing real pieces of fruit, which seem actually to consist of a sprinkling of seeds. Also available in strawberry. 2.5 oz., 70 calories, 0 g fat, 13 g sugars. Notable nutrients: 2 percent RDA of vitamin C. DREYER’S SMOOTHIE BARS, TROPICAL OASIS—These creamy bars combine pineapple, passionfruit, peach, banana, orange and apple with fat-free frozen yogurt. Also available in strawberry fields. 2.5 oz., 90 calories. 0 g fat, 17 g sugars. Notable nutrients: 140 percent RDA of vitamin C, 10 percent calcium, 4 percent vitamin A and 2 percent iron. HAPPY & HEALTHY FRUITFULL® FROZEN FRUIT BARS—Unlike the above products, these fruit bars are 100 percent natural, with no refined white sugar or artificial sweetners. They offer a wide variety of flavors, including several juice-based bars, all of which contain large chunks of real fruit. Flavors include pineapple, fuzzy navel, strawberry and banana. The bars are larger than average at 4 ounces, with calorie content ranging from 70 to 160 calories. Most of the flavors are fat-free. Notable nutrients: Varies by flavor. The banana bar has 10 percent RDA of vitamin C. Most have at least 4 percent RDA of vitamin C.