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New Class of Sports Nutrition Product Launched
Date:5/12/2009

All-natural sports mints containing protein, carbohydrates, and electrolytes

CANDIA, N.H., May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- After very successful test marketing of a new sports nutrition product, Muscle Mints, Inc. has begun selling its all-natural sports mints called Muscle Mints. Combining two types of carbohydrate, whey protein isolate, and several electrolytes in a chewable mint, it is the first product of its kind. Only top-quality, all-natural ingredients are used, and this is reflected in its great taste and increasing popularity. It is available in two flavors: Mega Mint and Tropical Storm (pineapple/coconut). The mints are packed in a convenient-to-carry tin with a hinged lid and contain 4 servings of 8 mints each (32 mints). Athletes of all ages have given the new product a thumbs-up and are calling it a "sports drink you can chew." Consumed before and during exercise, the mints have a ratio of protein to carbohydrates of 1 to 2.6. Muscle Mints are available in a few select retail locations and on their website found at http://www.musclemints.com.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Tony Cresta, please call 877-652-8421 or email Tony at tony@musclemints.com.

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    CONTACT:

    TONY CRESTA
    TEL: 877-652-8421
    CELL PHONE: 603-370-1880
    EMAIL: tony@musclemints.com

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