Shake It Up Baby

| Aug 1, 2002

Now you can have your shakes and drink ‘em, too! Carbolite Foods is introducing new high-protein, low-carbohydrate, whey-based shake mixes to give consumers choices in addition to the company's soy-based vanilla- and chocolate-flavored mixes.

The new flavors are Banana Blitz, Strawberry Cr‘me, Chocolate Supreme and French Vanilla. The shake mixes contain 24 grams of protein per serving.

"The new shakes are for those who may be soy sensitive or just prefer a different taste," explained Roeland Polet, vice president of sales and marketing, in a company news release.

Other Carbolite products include protein bars, bread and pancake mixes, candy, chocolate, snacks, chips, crackers and more. Carbolite Foods notes that all its products are developed to be low in carbohydrates.

For more information about the new products, visit the company's Web site at

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