Honey Stinger Uses Honey to Make Naturally Energizing Products
Honey Stinger uses honey for its energy chews, energy gels, bars, and waffles for the simple reason that this food is an all-natural nutritional powerhouse. The honey they choose gives a powerful energy boost with a low glycemic index, creating a surge of energy without a crash. They choose organic, GMO-free ingredients for maximum healthfulness, flavor, and a rich assortment of antioxidants and healthy carbs. As part of their dedication to their customers, they use only ethically-sourced honey, while raising awareness of illegally sourced honey so people can avoid it.
Honey Stinger is a Family Dream of Healthy Energy Foods Realized
The story of honey stinger began long ago, when a pair of beekeepers, Ralph and Luella Gamber, created packeted quick energy foods out of honey in 1954. They wanted to make a healthful alternative to the tooth-rotting, chemical- and sugar-filled candies of their day. The business never really got off the ground because nobody was interested in health foods in 1954. However, generations later, in 2002, Bill Gamber Sr. and Bill Gamber Jr. brought their parents’ and grandparents’ honey-based energy foods back to life with Honey Stinger. The time was right – and this time these delicious, healthy foods are getting all the buzz they deserve.
Finding Many Ways of Giving Back is Honey Stinger’s Mission
Love of healthy activity and the great outdoors is a key part of the Honey Stinger philosophy. Most of the people working in this small, quality-oriented, family-owned business are true fitness and healthy eating enthusiasts. Because of that passion for everything for skiing to biking and climbing, they partner with and contribute to many different organizations. These include “Project Apis m.,” which researches ways to preserve and aid honey bees, some of nature’s most important pollinators. They also support No Barriers USA, which helps people achieve their full potential, Warrior Expeditions to help returning veterans heal and move forward, and many other projects.