There's no shortage of energy foods on the market, but its much preferred that snack consumption entails eating as much "real" food as one can get in a reasonably sized package, and that's where Honey Stinger's Organic Energy Chews come in. Based primarily on honey, this pint-sized package contains a hefty handful of pint-sized poppers that deliver 160 calories per package of easy-to-digest carbohydrates, along with a little bit of electrolyte. The Lime-Ade and Coca-Cola flavors even throw in a little caffeine for extra kick when you're really hitting bonk town.
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