Angela Zeng featured on HEC Media — Immigrant blends East and West with St. Louis-based Smoothie company

2021-04-04T09:24:35-07:00April 4th, 2021|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , |

Karuna founder, Angela Zeng, was recently featured on HECMedia.org, St. Louis’ Home of Education, Arts and Culture. She speaks of her origin story and lifelong pursuit of good health. Also about stepping into the health food market, following her dream to create a business she believed in. Now, her smoothies are [...]

STL Veg Girl Makes her Childhood Favorite, French Toast, with Karuna’s Silky Oat | KSDK

2021-02-17T16:08:26-08:00December 3rd, 2020|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , |

KSDK featured STL Veg Girl’s childhood favorite as their recipe of the week in honor of National Vegan Month. The French toast recipe uses Karuna’s newest smoothie, Silky Oat. The Whole Plant Smoothie is made with banana, mango, oat and flax. You can currently find Silky Oat at Schnucks Market stores throughout the St. [...]

Karuna’s History of using Ancient Ingredients Featured in St. Louis Post-Dispatch | STL Today

2021-02-17T16:08:40-08:00August 20th, 2020|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , |

Daniel Neman, a food writer for the Post-Dispatch highlighted Karuna’s history and inspirations in a recent article. Detailing Angela’s early fascination with herbs and healing remedies, Neman explores the early beginnings of Karuna and how it has gained popularity and recognition as a first-of-its-kind. Link to article on: St. Louis Today [...]

Karuna and STL Veg Girl Featured on the FOX 2 9am Show | KTVI, FOX

2021-02-17T16:08:53-08:00March 11th, 2020|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , , |

STL Veg Girl makes dairy-free ‘Dreamsicle’ using Karuna’s Joy-D live on the FOX 2 Now 9AM Show with Kim Hudson Caryn Dugan’s dairy free Dreamsicle recipe was featured on the St. Louis TV Station KTVI for National Creamsicle Day on August 14. Caryn’s recipe uses Joy-D Whole Plant Juice, which contains high amounts of [...]

Karuna and STL Veg Girl Featured on Show Me St. Louis | KSDK, NBC-5

2021-02-17T16:09:04-08:00March 5th, 2020|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , |

Video Karuna and STL Veg Girl collaborate for a coffee smoothie recipe Angela Zeng of Karuna Beverages was recently featured on local St. Louis TV Station KSDK, along with Caryn Dugan of STLVegGirl.com to collaborate and introduce a new delicious and healthy smoothie using Karuna's Boost and Focus coffee drinks. You can learn more [...]

Ocean Drive Features Karuna as a Creative Disruptor in the World of Detoxification

2021-02-17T16:07:13-08:00October 18th, 2019|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , |

The article highlighted Karuna’s Detox juice and its benefits to overall health. Angela’s background in pathology sets her apart in the industry and in an oversaturated ready-to-go drink market, Detox’s characteristics make it a step above the rest, according to the article. Link to story: https://oceandrive.com/karuna-redefines-detoxification

Forbes Features Karuna in its Technology Council Section

2021-02-17T16:10:30-08:00October 10th, 2019|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Forbes recently featured Karuna in its Technology Council section.1 The article highlighted Karuna’s functional ingredients and their link to longevity. Forbes used Karuna as an example of a trend in food science to turn away from linear reductionism, the belief that people only need specific components, like carbs, protein and fiber, in order to be [...]

Yahoo Lifestyle Highlights Karuna

2021-02-17T16:06:55-08:00September 18th, 2019|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , |

Yahoo Lifestyle recently featured an interview with Karuna’s founder, Angela Zeng. In the article, Zeng revealed plans to expand into international markets and discussed her views on the superherbs trend. The interview highlighted the difference between the marketing term of superherb and Karuna’s focus on a balance between ancient remedies and medical science backing up their [...]

Maxim Features Viva Whole Plant Juice and its Ancient Japanese Formula

2021-02-17T16:11:00-08:00March 13th, 2019|Categories: media coverage|Tags: , , , , , |

The article highlights the ancient formula that makes Viva a powerful plant-based option offering immense benefits. Ashitaba, or the “longevity plant,” leads the way as a key ingredient in the drink, providing more fiber, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin K than carrots, tomatoes or spinach. Link to story: https://www.maxim.com/food-drink/whole-plant-healing-products-2019

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