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Honey Stinger triples down w/ new gluten-free waffle flavors & energy chews

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Honey Stinger is adding Vanilla & Chocolate and Chocolate Mint flavors to its Gluten Free Organic Waffle lineup, and extending the Strawberry flavor to its Organic Energy Chew lineup (they already have strawberry waffles and gels).

“We’ve seen great success with our Gluten Free Waffle products since their inception and are excited to expand upon that category with two more unique flavors,” said Rich Hager, co-owner of Honey Stinger, “We’re also eager to build on the momentum of our Organic Energy Chew line with the addition of the strawberry flavor. As one of the three flavors in our best-selling Fruit Smoothie Chews, strawberry has been a top consumer request for many years and we’re excited to bring it to market as its own flavor.”

The waffles have an MSRP of $1.49 each or $23.84 for a box of 16, and the chews are $2.25 each or $27.00 for a box of 12. Both should be available later this spring.

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Allan
Allan
5 years ago

Look up “stroopwafel” on Amazon…same thing for about a third the cost. That’s what I eat on rides, it’s like eating dessert, and they do work.

lop
lop
5 years ago
Reply to  Allan

Yes, everyone in the world knows this. This is about gluten-free options, though.

Ed Ng
Ed Ng
5 years ago
Reply to  Allan

My wife can’t eat most of those because she’s allergic to gluten. She loves things made from it, but her body gets mad when she eats it. It’s not a lifestyle choice, it’s a survival choice. Of course, the legions of people who eat gluten-free despite having no allergies are helping to increase demand for it, which benefits my wife, so I’m not going to complain, but it does give the gluten-free diet a bad image in some people’s eyes because they think everyone who asks for gluten-free doesn’t actually need it. Well here’s some news: some people actually DO NEED to avoid gluten. Great that Honey Stinger is there to help with this.

patrick
patrick
5 years ago
Reply to  Ed Ng

Exact same story here. I personally prefer the non-GF ones, but we keep the GF ones at home because of a wife with Celiac Disease. She really likes these for a not-as-guilty treat or after working out.

Brent Coe
Brent Coe
5 years ago

What is the gluten-free blend they’re using? Potato and corn flours are cheap for manufacturers and cause nearly as bad of reaction in some people.

snax
snax
5 years ago

” Potato and corn flours are cheap for manufacturers and cause nearly as bad of reaction in some people”

These products are targeted toward gluten intolerant/Celiac people – so your statement is untrue. Gluten alone triggers these disorders. Sounds like you’re referring to corn or nightshade allergy, grain intolerance, etc.

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