05.26.2011– (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) – Honey Stinger, the leading manufacturer of honey-based nutritional products, is pleased to announce the addition of Pink Lemonade and caffeinated Lime-Ade flavors to its product line. The new offerings add to Honey Stinger’s popular USDA-certified organic line, bringing the total number of flavor varieties to six.
“Our chews have found a loyal following among runners, cyclists, triathletes and health conscious consumers. The new flavors will only build upon that,” states Bill Gamber, Honey Stinger president and co-founder. “The combination of size, taste and consistency of our chews makes them an ideal energy snack. It doesn’t hurt that they’re also delicious.”
All Honey Stinger Organic Energy Chews feature the following:
• A great tasting enjoyable snack or source for energy during any athletic activity
• Made with USDA certified Organic ingredients
• 100% Organic tapioca syrup and honey – Pink Lemonade flavor
• 95% Organic ingredients – Lime-Ade flavor
• 160 calories per 50g (1.8oz) package
• 100% RDA Vitamin C
• 1g protein per packet
• 1g fiber per packet
• Lime-Ade flavor offers 32mg of caffeine from white tea extract
• Gluten-free, dairy-free and non-GMO ingredients
• 0g Trans Fats and no partially hydrogenated oils
• Multiple carbohydrate source: glucose, fructose, maltose, sucrose
• Pure natural energy, truly great taste
• Available May 24, 2011
• MSRP $1.99 per packet
Available from specialty retail and nutrition outlets nationwide and retailing for $1.99 per package, the new chew flavors are in stock and offered in single serving, box or case quantities.
About Honey Stinger
Located in Steamboat Springs, Colo., Honey Stinger makes convenient, nutritious and great tasting honey-based foods including energy bars, gels, organic chews and Stinger Waffles. Fueling some of the county’s top cyclists, runners, triathletes and teams, Honey Stinger welcomed Lance Armstrong to its ownership team in early 2010. Honey Stinger products are available at specialty sporting goods retailers, natural food grocers and www.honeystinger.com.
Source: Mike McCormack