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MuleBar Lemon Zinger gel hits the shelves

The Lemon Zinger follows the Cherry Bomb

Fuel for Adventure has announced the addition of a new flavoured energy gel to its range – the MuleBar KICKS Lemon Zinger.

Hot on the heels of the Cherry Bomb, the 100% organic Lemon Zinger comes in a 37g sachet, which contains 113 calories and provides 28g of carbohydrates.

“Our exceptional energy gels just get better and better,” said Fuel for Adventure co-found Alex Smith.

“Lemon Zinger is not only unbelievably tasty but in tests that we have carried out with some of the world’s leading athletes such as Eneko Llanos, Xterra world champion, Javier Gomez, triathlon world championship and elite Ironman Marcel Zamora, five times consecutive winner of France Ironman in Nice, the energy gel’s winning formula is proven time and time again.

“We are so excited by its potential to help athletes come first every time.”

The gel has naturally sourced organic agave nectar which provides a sustainable form of energy to help maintain a balanced blood sugar level.

The addition of guarana, a naturally sourced caffeine, generates a potent instant hit ideal for short, sharp bursts of energy, while juice from organic Sicilian lemons and ginger gives the smooth-textured gel its taste.

Both the MuleBar KICKS Lemon Zinger and Cherry Bomb energy gels are available now from independent sports retailers or via Fuel for Adventure’s website: www.mulebar.com

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