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Island Abbey Foods Ltd. by Way of Five Hole For Food is Donating Honibe® Products to Food Banks Canada
Date:7/10/2013

Charlottetown, PE, Canada (PRWEB) July 10, 2013

Island Abbey Foods Ltd.™, a PEI based natural health product and specialty food producer, has announced today the donation of 670,000 of their newest product innovation, Honibe® Honey Delights®, to Canada’s Food Banks across the nation. This donation will support close to 900,000 Canadians that are affected by hunger each month.

“We are very honored to be able to provide this level of a donation to our nation’s food banks as we are aware of the growing need to support our nation in this manner,” stated John Rowe, CEO of Island Abbey Foods Ltd., “The mantra of the Five Hole For Food and Food Banks Canada are ones that we are aligned with at Honibe and support very passionately. We hope that this donation will help Food Banks Canada, if only in a small way, to better serve the needs of Canadians of all ages across the nation.”

Honibe Honey Delights are made with 100% pure honey and are only 10 calories per 2.6 gram piece and contain honey’s natural properties. Other honey product lines on the market only contain a small percentage of honey (typically less than 5%) and are made from refined sugar. The Honibe Honey For Health line of products are 100% all natural and a healthier alternative to refined sugar products. Honey is proven to contain anti-bacterial & anti-microbial properties, as well as, anti-oxidants and nutrients (Arbor Nutrition, 2009). Honey is also an alternative for Diabetics and for people on low or restricted carbohydrate diets as honey is rated lower on the glycemic index than refined sugars: glucose = 100, sucrose = 68, honey =55 (Arbor Nutrition, 2009). Honey has also been proven as a healthier option for adults and children compared to DM based cough syrups (Penn State College of Medicine, Paul, 2007).

The Honibe – Pure Honey Joy brand has seen a great deal of nationwide support since their first product, the Honey Drop®
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