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Steaz Launches Organic, Fair Trade Energy Shot
Date:2/3/2009

y pass through TSA's airport security. The Energy Shot contains no artificial preservatives or sweeteners. Suggested retail price for the 2.5 oz. Energy Shot is $2.99, making it competitively priced with the mainstream brands.

As a triple bottom-line company, Steaz is dedicated to developing healthier beverages and business practices that benefit people, planet, and profits. Through Steaz's partnership with TransFair USA and the Fair Trade certification model, the company ensures that farmers and farm workers on Steaz's tea estates receive fair prices for their products, allowing them a better quality of life and a just exchange. Strong community involvement, offsetting carbon emissions, being Fair Trade(TM) Certified and USDA Certified Organic are key elements Steaz's commitment to the global community.

About Steaz

The Healthy Beverage Company (www.steaz.com) is the maker of USDA Certified Organic and Fair Trade Certified Steaz Organic Iced Teaz, Steaz Sparkling Green Teas and Steaz Energy drinks. According to SPINSscan Natural, Steaz is the best-selling natural Energy Drink brand in the U.S., based on total dollar and unit sales. Steaz beverages are sold nationally in the U.S. in natural, specialty, gourmet and club stores, as well as food service outlets. Steaz is also sold in retail grocery stores such as Whole Foods Markets, Safeway, Publix, Wegmans, and Shaw's supermarkets and internationally in Canada, Australia, Mexico, India, Singapore, South Africa, the Netherlands, and the Middle East. All Steaz products are Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI) and are Fair Trade Certified by TransFair USA.

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