Latest News & Press Releases

If you are a member of the press and would like more information about Mambo Sprouts, please contact: Lisa Lazarczyk at lisa@lazpr.com or phone: 781-646-0667.

Earth Day and the polling of America 2012

April 16, 2012— Significant number of consumers say they can’t find what they’re looking for, in part because what they’re looking for is often elusive. According to Ryan Partnership Chicago/Mambo Sprouts Marketing Styling Sustainability, which looked at consumer apparel habits, consumers say they would “increase eco-apparel purchasing if only they could find it.” Read more here.

Consumers Ready for Style With Substance

February 8, 2012— New research from the 2012 Ryan Partnership Chicago/Mambo Sprouts Marketing Styling Sustainability consumer apparel survey indicates consumers would increase eco-apparel purchasing if only they could find it. Read more here.

Playing Keep Away from GMOs

January 9, 2012— Consumers these days are playing keep away. They’re working hard to avoid gluten and artificial sweeteners. They don’t want antibiotics and hormones in their meats. And, given their druthers, they’d avoid genetically modified ingredients too. Read more here.

Study: Non-GMO, Antibiotic-Free Top List of Natural Product Trends

January 9, 2012— Products that are free from gluten, GMOs and antibiotics are topping the list of natural product market trends for 2012. According to a recent MamboTrack survey by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, consumers are just as concerned about what’s not in their products as what is. Read more here.

Mambo Sprouts Marketing Research forecasts 2012 natural, organic trends

January 3, 2012— The haves and have-nots—that’s what’s driving health and eco consumer purchasing this year—gluten free, non-GMO, and no antibiotics. According to a recent MamboTrack™ survey by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, consumers are as concerned about what’s not in their products as what is. Read more here.

‘Have-Nots’ Drive 2012 Natural and Organic Trends

January 2, 2012— The haves and have-nots – that’s what’s driving health and eco consumer purchasing this year, according to a recent MamboTrack survey by Mambo Sprouts Marketing. This label and ingredient focus was a highlight of the recent MamboTrack study, which surveyed the buying habits of 1,000 health and natural product consumers to get an outlook on market trends for the coming year. Read more here.

MamboTrack Research Forecasts 2012 Natural and Organic Trends

December 29, 2011— The haves and have-nots—that’s what’s driving health and eco consumer purchasing this year—gluten free, non-GMO, and no antibiotics. According to a recent MamboTrack™ survey by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, consumers are as concerned about what’s not in their products as what is. Read more here.

No Doubt About It: Sustainability and Local Are Top 2012 Trends

December 13, 2011— Two words come to mind when talking about 2012 food trends, “sustainability” and “local”. As said in an earlier post, sustainability is here to stay. In fact, Ryan Partnership Chicago and Mambo Sprouts Marketing teamed up and conducted an in-depth consumer sustainability survey which proves it. Read more here.

Trend Watch–Kids in Control

September 2011— The market for kid-focused organic food for ages 3 and up is strong, and while the economy has depressed spending overall, parents still prioritize healthy foods for their kids. Read more here

Who Scores with a Green Score?

September 13, 2011— It’s remarkable the impact one simple little number could have in advancing sustainable buying behavior.

The just released One Green Score for One Earth research study, conducted with our partner, Ryan Partnership Chicago, shows the vast majority of consumers (8 in 10 or more) want one universal green score to aid them in making more sustainable purchase choices. Read more here

One Green Score to Rule Them All: The Next Phase of Green Marketing?

September 13, 2011— When it comes to making purchasing decisions, U.S. shoppers want to answer them in the space of a quick glance. “How much does it cost? How much do I get? How well does it work?” Now, according to a new survey, marketers have to answer one more question during that glance: What does the product do for the planet and for people? Read more here

True Green? Survey predicts heightened consumer focus on sustainable product marketing

CHICAGO, IL and COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (September 13, 2011)— If you build it, they will come. That’s the message behind a new research study conducted by shopper marketing and industry insight experts, Mambo Sprouts Marketing and Ryan Partnership Chicago, which shows health and eco-consumers want one universal green score to help them make sustainable product buying decisions. Read more of True Green? Survey predicts heightened consumer focus on sustainable product marketing here

New Natural Product Sampling Opportunities Announced for the Mid-Atlantic Region

COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (June 21, 2011) — What’s healthy, green, and loved all over?  Go Mambo!, natural samples on the move tours. Due to booming interest from retail partners, Mambo Sprouts Marketing has confirmed an additional region for its Go Mambo! tour lineup for 2011. The Go Mambo! sampling van will now roll into the Mid-Atlantic region in September. Read more.

On the Road Again: Go Mambo! Tour To Roll Through The Northwest

COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (June 8, 2011)—It’s time again for Go Mambo! to hit the road, delivering product samples and savings throughout Washington and Oregon. The company’s brightly colored Go Mambo! van is traveling to Eugene, Portland, Seattle, and surrounding cities, introducing consumers to healthful, earth-friendly products. Read more.

On the Road Again: Go Mambo! Tour To Roll Through California

(COLLINGSWOOD, NJ – May 12, 2011)—It’s time again for Go Mambo! to hit the road, delivering product samples and savings throughout California. The company’s brightly colored Go Mambo! van is traveling to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Oakland, and surrounding California cities, introducing consumers to healthful, earth-friendly products.Read more.

Mambo Sprouts Expands It’s Reach with New Digital Green Living Coupon Programs

(Collingswood, NJ March 8, 2011)—Mambo Sprouts has expanded its digital coupon offerings with two new initiatives: a digital savings newsletter and direct links to health, natural and organic offers. The company’s Mambo Messenger is a new, fully digital savings newsletter emailed to subscribers five times a year. Each issue includes green living tips, health and wellness news, recipes, and contests as well as instant access to click-and-print coupons for natural and organic products. Read more.

Green Consumers Grow Wary of ‘Natural’ Labels

(Collingswood, NJ December 30, 2010)—Eco-conscious grocery shoppers say they remain committed to their green purchasing habits, but they’ve grown wary of “natural” labels and say there should be standards for products bearing that description.  Read more.

All-Natural Skeptics: Survey Reveals Doubts About Labels

(Collingswood, NJ December 21, 2010)
Matthew Saline, CEO of Mambo Sprouts Marketing, recently wrote this article on Refresh about the findings of the most recent MamboTrack survey “Consumers Skeptical of Products Labeled ‘Natural’Read more.

Consumers Skeptical of Products Labeled ‘Natural’

(Collingswood, NJ December 21, 2010)
Consumers are as committed as ever to shopping organic in 2011, but they’re not “buying” those all natural product labels according to a recent MamboTrack survey by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, the leader in natural and organic product marketing and promotions.
Consumer skepticism over natural product labeling was a highlight of the recent MamboTracktm study. The company surveyed the organic buying habits of 1,000 natural product consumers to get an outlook for the coming year.

Read More or download the press release.

EVERYDAY Show on FOX-TV Denver

(Denver, CO August 26, 2010)—Mambo Sprouts secured an opportunity for local Denver nutritionist, Julie Hammerstein to do a live segment on the green living show “EVERYDAY” on FOX that aired on August 26th. Many of the Go Mambo! product participants were highlighted in this “Healthy Snacks for Kids” segment along with healthy recipes utilizing many different products.

Check out the clip here and scroll through the recent clips it is the one titled “Healthy Snacks for Kids” that ran on August 26, 2010.

The REAL Mom TV Segment

Go Mambo! and products were highlighted  on therealmomtv.com and was touted as a great resource for savings.

Virtual Roundtable with Supermarket News Whole Health

Matthew Saline, CEO of Mambo Sprouts Marketing, recently participated in a virtual roundtable discussion hosted by SN Whole Health to discuss the factors that allowed health and wellness to grow an average of 5% during the recession. Read more.

On the Road Again: Go Mambo! Tour to Roll Through the Rocky Mountain Region

(Collingswood, NJ August 10, 2010)—It’s time again for Go Mambo! to hit the road, delivering product samples and savings throughout the Rocky Mountain region.  The company’s brightly colored Go Mambo! van is traveling to Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs and surrounding cities, introducing consumers to healthy, earth-friendly products. Read more

Be Green on a Budget | NBC Philadelphia

July 27, 2010: Mambo Sprouts was featured on a segment on NBC Philadelphia’s The 10! Show. Lifestyle expert, Paige Wolf, shares tips for finding great deals on eco-friendly products for your family. Check out the clip below!

Now available for purchase:

MamboTrack Natural & Organic Consumer Shopping Quick Poll Survey: Focus on Functional Foods, Gluten Free Foods & Specialty Products. Download info sheet.

Study Description: The Mambo Sprouts Spring 2010 Natural & Organic Consumer Shopping Quick Poll focuses on consumer interest in buying Functional Foods with added health, nutrition and dietary benefits and Gluten Free/Wheat Free product buying patterns. Consumers were probed about their purchase of specialty product categories including natural health & beauty care and healthy eco pet care products. The study also surveyed purchase and interest in environmentally friendly product packaging options.

New Blog Post on Refresh: Allergy-free Foods Need More Space

(May 24, 2010) If Celiac Disease and wheat intolerance wasn’t high on your radar before, think about your current product mix and whether you’re offering enough options to satisfy demand. May is both Food Allergy Awareness Month and Celiac Disease Awareness Month. In one of our recent MamboTrack surveys we discovered 1 in 3 natural and organic consumers shopped for allergy-free foods. Can you guess what was at the top of the list? Read More

Healthy Green Consumers Read Nutrition Labels, Buy Gluten Free Foods and Products with Environmentally Friendly Packaging

Collingswood, NJ (May 18, 2010) Mambo Sprouts Marketing MamboTrack™ research revealed 8 in 10 natural and organic consumers regularly read ingredient labels for health and nutrition content and were interested in buying functional foods with added health, nutrition and dietary benefits, with four in ten (39%) very interested in these types of specialty foods. Read More.

Mambo Sprouts featured in Organic Produce Retailer Magazine and Website

Check out the latest coverage about Mambo Sprouts in this great publication for organic and earth friendly food & products. Includes tips from Mambo Sprouts and 2010 Outlook Survey results. Click here to read more and download the article

Blog Posts by Matthew Saline, President/CEO of Mambo Sprouts Marketing. Published on Refresh – A Whole Health Blog

February 8, 2010: Go Organic Frozen As the economy improves in 2010, consumers may be more interested in (and willing to pay a premium for) healthy convenience foods. In 2009, only one in four identified frozen entrees as key to buy organic. We expect those percentages to increase in 2010? First with more customers shifting to organics when buying frozen fruits and vegetables and then to healthy convenience foods. Read more

January 4, 2010: Remember Your Resolutions By now your New Year’s marketing plans are well established, and I expect many retailers will be highlighting produce and wellness products early this month, capturing attention from all those folks who resolved-once again-to eat better this year. But good intentions don’t have to end in January. Extend the New Year’s season into February and March with an ongoing ‘Remember Your Resolutions’ campaign. Read more

December 8, 2009: Coupons Stay Strong in 2010. Consumers are looking to stretch their dollars, making it no surprise that coupons have once again become an integral part of the shopping experience. But what may be unexpected is just how strategic consumers are getting when it comes to coupon use. According to a recent study we conducted as part of our Mambo 2010 Outlook trends survey, 70% of natural and organic (N&O) consumers use coupons when planning their grocery lists. It’s a clear indication that coupons are not only driving brand buying decisions but overall meal planning as well. Read more.

November 2, 2009: Organic Labeling Check Organic is a regulated term and watchdog groups are actively watching to make sure producers and retailers alike don’t abuse this label. Recently, The Cornucopia Institute filed a formal complaint with the USDA’s organic program alleging that Target misled consumers into thinking some conventional food items it sells are organic.In one example provided by the organization, Target nationally advertised Silk brand soymilk in newspapers with the term organic pictured on the carton’s label. But Silk manufacturer Dean Foods has shifted their products away from organics. Read more

Press Release: Natural and Organic Consumers Focus on Health and Wellness Amidst Public Health Concerns

Mambo Sprouts Marketing Research Forecasts 2010 Organic and Green Buying Trends. Collingswood, NJ, November 11, 2009 Health car costs and heightened public health concerns have consumers focused on staying well in 2010. That’s according to a recent MamboTrack™ study by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, the leader in natural and organic product marketing and promotions, which surveyed the organic buying and wellness habits of 1,000 natural product consumers to get an outlook for the coming year.

Nine in ten (88%) consumers took additional steps recently to promote their family’s health and wellness. With the economic recovery in slow mode, consumers are going “back to basics” to bolster their health, with 7 in 10 or more taking vitamins (84%), eating the recommended fruits and veggies (73%), and choosing organic foods (68%). These same consumers plan to increase their commitment to health and wellness behaviors including fitness and exercise (64%), getting enough sleep (63%) and eating fruits and veggies (61%). More than 1 in 2 reported adding more “raw” and “whole” foods into their diet (57%), eating organic foods (53%) and meditation and relaxation (52%) would be more important in 2010. Click here to read the complete press release

TV segment mentions Mambo Sprouts coupons

Studio 5: Saving Money on Healthy Eating Don’t get discouraged if you don’t have a lot of time! There are fantastic money saving (and time saving ideas for you too!) Traci Wennerholm shares some ideas on saving money on healthy eating. Click here to read the full article.

Press Release: Mambosprouts.com Launches New Enhanced Natural and Organic Recipe Section

Chef Keith Snow Offers Healthy Recipes and Cooking Tips

Collingswood, NJ (October 14, 2009) Organic cooks are getting a dose of inspiration as Chef Keith Snow of Harvest Eating joins the mambosprouts.com team as the official Mambo Sprouts Organic Chef. Mambo Sprouts has expanded its online educational resources with Chef Snow’s expertise, offering new recipes and cooking videos featuring organic ingredients. Recipes will incorporate ingredients from the Mambo Sprouts printable e-coupon section, helping value conscious organic consumers incorporate greater savings into their everyday menu planning.

“Our studies show that people are still committed to buying organic in this economy,” said Matthew Saline, CEO for Mambo Sprouts Marketing. “One way they are managing their food budget is by cooking more meals at home. This is an opportune time to reach and assist those cooks with healthy, cost-conscious recipes.”

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Mambo Sprouts makes front page of Gourmet News

September 2009 Mambo Sprouts made the front page of Gourmet News magazine this September. The article was titled “Consumers embrace online coupons, usage on the rise at retail stores” and talks about Mambo Sprouts e-coupon offerings.

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Press Release: New Organic Buying Habits Projected to Stick Beyond Recession Says Mambo Sprouts Marketing Survey

Value-Oriented Consumers Buying Organics on Sale with Grocery Coupons and Turning to Store Brand Private Label Organics

Collingswood, NJ (June 18, 2009) — Consumers are still committed to healthy, natural and organic foods, but are changing their buying habits to maintain these priorities during the economic recession. That’s according to a recent MamboTrack™ quick poll by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, the leader in natural and organic product marketing and promotions. The company surveyed the buying habits of natural and organic product consumers to identify recent changes in organic shopping and eating patterns.

Even with the tight economy, natural and organic consumers remain committed to eating healthy with 9 in 10 (87%) reporting that they were not willing to give this up. A majority (about 55% each) would not forgo healthy and eco activities such as natural and organic products, vitamins and supplements and “green” environmentally friendly products. View this press release as a PDF

Whrefresh.com Blog Posts:

Written by Matthew Saline, Matthew A. Saline, President and CEO, Mambo Sprouts Marketing.

Granola Girl Goes Mainstream Despite the recession, natural and organic products have gained a firm hold in American households, becoming more mainstream as eating healthy becomes a priority. Organic sales grew by a whopping 17.1% in 2008, according to the Organic Trade Association (OTA) 2009 Organic Industry Survey, which predicts organic purchasing will continue to grow in 2009, albeit in single digit percentages. The point is that there is still growth potential here, and our job is to make it happen. Read this blog post

Organic Sticks (Posted July 7, 2009): It seems organics were finally getting some solid momentum when wham! we are hit with a recession. But just how is the economy affecting organic buying habits? Read this blog post

A Little Birdie Told Me (Posted June 9, 2009): Do you Twitter? Consider it broadcast instant messaging, or better yet – micro-blogging. Launched in 2006, Twitter ranks right up there with Facebook and LinkedIn as the leading social networking tools on the web right now. And businesses, of course, are finding ways to get in on the action. Read this blog post

Online Coupon Use Looking Healthy (Posted May 5, 2009): You can’t necessarily see them, but you can really feel their presence. At least, we can here at Mambo Sprouts. What are we talking about? Why, online coupons! We know from our own surveys that coupon use in general is one the rise, up nearly 10% in the last quarter of 2008, compared to Q4 2007. That’s the first jump in redemption since the early 1990s (according to Inmar Inc., a coupon processing agent). Read this blog post

See who’s talking about Mambo Sprouts!

We’ve had a lot of buzz around our e-coupons lately. Here are some you want to check out!

Posted on NJ.com, Tuesday March 31, 200 – WEB SURVIVAL: Coupons help continue organic lifestyle. Eating organic can be a challenge when money gets tight. Mambo Sprouts can help. A marketer of healthy and organic products, Mambo Sprouts now provides coupons for brands such as Organic Valley, Method and Odwalla through its website, www.mambosprouts.com. Consumers can even receive alerts when new coupons are posted by following Mambo Sprouts on Twitter. Read the rest of this article

Mambo Sprouts was mentioned on Debbie’s Deals: Natural, Organic, Eco-Friendly Products – Denver News Story – KMGH Denver. Read this article

Press Release: Natural & Organic Coupon Site Offers Consumers Real-Time Savings Alerts

Mambo Sprouts enhances online coupon tool for multi-brand natural and organic products

Collingswood, NJ (March 26, 2009) – Health-conscious consumers are looking for a way to save on their preferred natural and organic brands, and Mambo Sprouts is responding. Visitors to the Mambo Sprouts Marketing site (www.mambosprouts.com) can now print high value coupons for natural and organic products and receive notification when new coupons are posted.

The original online coupon section was so well received, the company decided to expand to make them more accessible. “Consumers picked up on our coupon pages and began using them almost immediately,” said Matthew Saline, CEO of Mambo Sprouts. “With such strong traffic patterns, it made sense to expand the site and increase functionality for our users.” View this press release as a PDF

Whrefresh.com Blog Post: Keep It Sample

Written by Matthew Saline, Matthew A. Saline, President and CEO, Mambo Sprouts Marketing. With budgets tightening, special promotions are often the first to go, and that means sampling goes too. It’s too bad, really, since sampling is one of the most effective ways for a brand to attract new customers (or win back old ones) and for retailers to add extra value. Adding that extra value is oh-so-important during a recession, when consumers grumble about companies that cut back and sing the praises of those that give more. (And thanks to the blogosphere, those gripes and glories are no longer relegated to dinner parties and playgroups. They spread fast, travel far and don’t get forgotten. You know, Google never forgets).

So instead of cutting out sampling, consider creative ways to do it better. We have found success with our Go Mambo! mobile marketing tour, offering retailers and manufacturers a co-op event that features many brands at once. Resources are pooled, costs are shared, and in the end you pack a bigger punch. Click here to read more

Family Circle Magazine talks about Mambo Sprouts!

The March 09 issue of Family Circle Magazine talks about Mambo Sprouts online coupons.

Super Market Savings: Good-for-you foods don’t have to mean a higher grocery bill, thanks to a coupon company targeting healthy, natural and organic products. Mambo Sprouts offers savings on nutritious items like Kashi cereal, Stonyfield Farm yogurt, Clif bars and more. To download coupons redeemable nationwide, visit mambosprouts.com

Mambo Sprouts featured on Whole Health Blog

Marketing Tips for N&O Private Label February 3rd, 2009: If you’re fretting about the national drop in sales of natural and organic items, realize there are options – not only for you on the sales side, but your customers. Private label organics should continue to do well or better in 2009, according to our own Mambo Sprouts 2009 trend survey. Virtually all natural and organic (N&O) consumers surveyed said they plan to buy the same (56%) or more (40%) store brand/private label products in the coming year.

Lower price (76%) was the dominant reason for buying store brand/private label organics. Over half the respondents thought these products were the same quality as brand name options. Click here to read the rest of this blog post

Multi-Brand Organic Coupons Now Online

Mambo Sprouts launches online coupons for natural and organic products

Collingswood, NJ-January 8, 2009- Responding to consumer demand, Mambo Sprouts Marketing has expanded its savings programs with printable, online coupons. Beginning in early January, visitors to the Mambo Sprouts site can print high value coupons for natural and organic products.

Mambo Sprouts already offers in-store coupons in partnership with a number of retailers like Whole Foods Markets and reaches more than 200,000 households with its regional, by-request direct mail coupon program.

The new coupon section on the company’s website places Mambo Sprouts at the forefront in being one of the first online resources to offer multiple brand coupons exclusively for natural and organic producers.

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Natural and Organic Consumers Not Giving Up

Mambo Sprouts Marketing Survey Forecasts 2009 Buying Trends; Organic Still Important but Cost Consciousness On the Rise During Recession

Collingswood, NJ-December 16, 2008- Despite the economic recession, consumers are likely to hold steady and maintain natural and organic grocery purchasing in 2009. That’s according to a recent MamboTrack™ study by Mambo Sprouts Marketing, the leader in natural and organic product marketing and promotions, which surveyed the buying habits of 1,066 natural and organic (N&O) consumers and their outlook for N&O purchasing for the coming year. Even with further economic deterioration and the weakening job market, consumers remain committed to natural and organic product purchasing in 2009, with 8 in 10 reporting no plans to change (41%) or only changing somewhat (40%). Only one in five (18%) planned notable adjustments to their N&O shopping habits.

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Coupon Usage Rising as Consumers Grapple with Financial Crisis and Economy

Mambo Sprouts Marketing Survey Reveals 46% of Natural and Organic Shoppers Using More Grocery Coupons

Collingswood, NJ-October 15, 2008-In a consumer buying survey launched during the financial crisis’ first record market drop, nine in ten consumers (91%) reported paying more attention to everyday spending using grocery coupons to help manage finances during this economic crisis. Launched on September 29, the survey by Mambo Sprouts Marketing gauged coupon
use among natural and organic product consumers during the 2008 economic crisis. The survey launch coincided with a then-record 700 point drop in the Dow. Grocery coupon usage was very high with virtually all respondents (99%) using coupons, 7 in 10 (70%) reporting regular coupon redemption. While one in two (51%) continued historic high coupon levels, a significant number of consumers (46%) reported increased usage. On average, natural and organic consumers used about six to nine coupons per week, spending about $75-$99 per week on groceries and saved about $8.00 per shopping trip-representing a savings of about 10% off of their weekly grocery bills. Click here to view PDF

Mambo Sprouts was quoted and mentioned in some great articles!

DM News Article: Not Easy Being Green Click here to view PDF

Article by FoodProcessing.com: Feeding Baby – The growing trends in healthful foods finally spilled over to better foods for babies and toddlers. Click here to view PDF

Article by GroceryHeadquarters.com: Rough seas – Can supermarkets successfully navigate in turbulent economic times? Click here to view PDF

Article by Boston Globe. Survey: Locals not cutting back on organic chow. New Englanders are not cutting back on healthful organic food and environmentally friendly products despite a sluggish economy that often means higher grocery prices. Click here to view PDF

Healthy Organic Coupons Provide Relief for Cost Conscious New Englanders

Go Mambo! Tour Rolls into Northeast Offering Savings on Natural and Organic Products

Collingswood, N.J. (Sept. 8, 2008) – Consumer interest in buying green environmentally friendly products and healthy organic food remains high despite the tough economy and rising food and energy prices. A recent market research survey released by Mambo Sprouts Marketing showed that while virtually all natural and organic product consumers in New England (96%) were taking actions to stretch their food dollars, they are still placing a priority on buying green. Consumers reported using a variety of money saving strategies to offset higher food and energy prices, including coupons, stocking up on sales and cooking more meals at home. Read More (Download PDF)

The Whole Deal – Money Saving Tips and Coupons

The Whole Deal is a 24-page value guide that’s chock full of money saving tips, information, recipes and Mambo Sprouts’ coupons. In response to shoppers’ requests to learn how to get more bang for their buck in Whole Foods Market, The Whole Deal will be merchandised throughout the stores with displays, posters, shelf talkers, value ambassadors, on-line support and much more! With this new program, Mambo Sprouts’ coupons is seamlessly incorporated within and delivered in their easy perforated and rip format. Read More (Download PDF)

The Lunchbox Tour: Colorado Families Learn How to Pack Healthy Lunch Boxes Just In Time for the Back-To-School Season

August 14, 2008 – Collingswood, NJ Starting today, Mambo Sprouts is inviting Colorado parents and kids from Boulder to Colorado Springs to visit The Lunchbox Tour as it travels throughout Colorado. The Lunchbox Tour is taking to the streets this back-to-school season to help parents and kids make informed, and healthy choices when purchasing lunch and snack foods.
With free samples on board from a number of leading natural and organic manufacturers, including, Clif Kid, Kashi, and Boulder, Colorado-based Rudi’s Organic Bakery, the Lunchbox Tour will reach parents and kids throughout Colorado interested in eating healthy without sacrificing taste and fun. Read More

Mambo Sprouts Marketing mentioned in Woman’s World Magazine

Mambo Sprouts was mentioned in Woman’s World Magazine on June 23, 2008. Excerpt: Go Organic for Less! Love organic products but hate how high cost hikes up your grocery bill? To the rescue: www.mambosprouts.com, a site that specializes in health and natural foods. Sign up for its free email list, and you’ll be sent printable coupons for everything from herbal tea to facial cleansing pads made with tea tree oil, redeemable at your local store! Click here to view.

Mambo Sprouts Marketing Featured in Growing Up Green Book
New York Times Bestseller by Deirdre Imus, April 2008.

Mambo Sprouts is featured in the NEW book by Deirdre Imus Growing Up Green: Baby and Child Care.This New York Times Bestseller is Volume Two in the Bestselling Green This! Series. Excerpt: Diet and Nutrition p. 248 “For tips on natural health, nutrition, and the benefits of organic food, go to www.mambosprouts.com. You’ll also find lots of coupons to take with you to the store. Both your body and your wallet will be rewarded for your healthier choices at the supermarket!”

The Go Mambo! Tour Rolls into the Northwest

July 20, 2008 – Collingswood, NJ -This Summer Go Mambo! is spreading the natural and organic word – and free samples – directly to consumers throughout the Northwest. Look out for a brightly colored van with the words Go Mambo! on it. The Go Mambo! Tour hits the road in mid-July and will spend over a month traveling from retailer to retailer throughout major cities including Seattle, Portland, and Bend – the van will be laden with a trove of free samples, coupons and product information from a number of leading natural and organic manufacturers. Clif Kid, Organic Valley, Kashi, Back to Nature, Ian’s, FruitaBu, Nature’s Gate, Balance, and Luna, are just a few of the companies participating in the tour. Once on-site, Go Mambo! sets up sampling tables and gives shoppers the opportunity to taste and test all kinds of natural and organic foods, beverages, health and beauty items and more. Read More (Download PDF)

North Westerners Looking for Cost Savings on Green and Organic
Purchasing Says Mambo Sprouts Survey

July 20, 2008 - Collingswood, NJ – Consumer interest in buying green environmentally friendly products and healthy organic food remains high among Northwest natural and organic product consumers despite the tough economy and rising food and energy prices. A recent market research survey released by Mambo Sprouts Marketing showed that folks from the Washington and Oregon areas are placing a priority on buying green and 2 in 3 or more are using a variety of money saving strategies to offset higher food and energy prices, including coupons, stocking up on sales and cooking meals at home to stretch their grocery dollars. Read More (Download PDF)

The Go Mambo! Tour Rolls into California (PDF Link)

May 8, 2008 – Collingswood, NJ This Spring Go Mambo! is spreading the natural and organic word-and free samples-directly to consumers throughout California. Look out for a brightly colored van with the words Go Mambo! on it.

Mambo Sprouts Survey Reveals Consumers Still Buying Organic and Living Green Despite Economy (PDF Link)

April 30, 2008 – Collingswood, NJ

Earth day poll shows consumers will enjoy nature and outdoors and take personal action to Be green on earth day (PDF Link)

April 23, 2008 – Collingswood, NJ

Consumers Seeking More Green and Organic Products in 2008 (PDF Link)

December 18, 2007 – Collingswood, NJ

Despite a tougher year ahead, consumers are willing to pay more for green environmentally friendly products in 2008.

The Go Mambo! Tour Rolls in the Northwest (PDF Link)

September 1, 2007 – Collingswood, NJ

This Fall Go Mambo! is spreading the natural and organic word and free samples directly to consumers throughout the Northwest.

Consumers Torn Between Buying Local and Buying Organic Food (PDF Link)

August 20, 2007 – Collingswood, NJ

When it comes to their grocery dollars, consumers are torn between buying local and buying organic food.