Delicious, Healthy and Reusable: Zing Anything’s New Kid Zinger Water Bottles Offer Fun,
Easy, DIY Option For Families Hoping To Steer Away From Sugary, Syrupy Beverages
AKRON, OHIO – The lemonade stand: It’s practically a childhood rite of passage. And you know it’s only a matter of time before your kids start asking to have one.
But before you start frantically searching around the house for pitchers, cups, wooden spoons, a folding table and a container of sugary lemonade mix, check out the new Kid Zinger, a healthier option now available for kids.
Since 2012, Zing Anything has been making user-friendly, eco-friendly products designed to create both flavorful and nutritious beverages. The Kid Zinger, the company’s newest creation, takes the citrus-infusing technology of the company’s popular Citrus Zinger and shrinks it down to “kid-size.” The new bottle has a compartment in its base that allows parents and kids alike to juice the fruit right into the bottle, add water, and viola!? It also can be used to make delicious, freshly squeezed lemonades and orangeades.
A great alternative to sugary juices and syrupy sodas, the Kid Zinger will sell for $12.99 each at ZingAnything.com, starting in December. The new 16oz. bottle, which has been pediatric dentist approved, is recommended for children ages 6 and older.
According to Zing Anything CEO Joshua Lefkovitz, with the Kid Zinger parents and kids can create flavorful “juice water,” water flavored with their favorite citrus fruits.?
“With the Kid Zinger, we want to make a positive contribution toward improving daily diets of kids, especially in the beverages they drink,” said Lefkovitz. “Instead of drinking plain water, which quite frankly isn’t the most exciting beverage around, kids will now be able to drink water flavored with their favorite fruits. And, the Kid Zinger is definitely kid-friendly, featuring fun colors, a pop-up straw and a rounded citrus press tip to avoid injury.”
According to Lefkovitz, with the new Kid Zinger, families can make a healthier version of traditional lemonade, featuring a twist of fresh lemon, plus a tad of agave nectar.
“By offering this version of an old classic at your family’s lemonade stand, you will have a line around the block with requests for more in no time,” Lefkovitz said. “And it’s fun to get creative with your recipes too, testing out creations like delicious raspberry lemon water, tangerine water, or even watermelon lime water. These kinds of combinations also make the water change colors, making what is still basically water more fun for kids.”
With the Zing Anything products, Lefkovitz said he hopes parents can help their kids avoid refined sugars, artificial ingredients, and encourage more nutritional hydration choices utilizing all-natural ingredients.
“The Kid Zinger gives families an innovative tool to enhance and maximize flavor through fresh ingredients. Zing Anything products offer an element of creativity, as well as an element of having fun all while drinking a healthy beverage. Kids love being hands-on, and are more likely to enjoy what they have the opportunity to create.? We want to see this option replace the existing beverage options out there that tend to be glazed with sugar and artificial additives.”
The new Zing Anything product line was developed after determining there was a need for a tool which would allow consumers to create their own, uniquely infused, flavored beverage. Its product line and technology is designed with the purpose of extracting the essence of all natural ingredients and allowing these flavors to infuse directly into a liquid of choice. Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, Zing Anything has designed and developed a safe, durable, and eco-friendly water bottle that is certain to be a cornerstone tool in enhancing daily nutrition. Zing Anything products are made with Eastman Tritan BPA/EA-free plastics and/or food grade safe stainless steel. The product line promotes healthy recipes and a healthy lifestyle free of artificial sugars, flavorings, and colorings. Zing Anything wants to make a positive contribution toward improving daily diets, both in the food we eat and the beverages we drink. For more information, visit www.zinganything.com.