HOOD RIVER, Ore., March 22, 2005 – Carbsense Foods, Inc., a well established sugar-free foods source for diabetic and weight-conscious consumers, is changing its name to Eat Well Be Well Foods, Inc., effective April 1. The name better reflects the company’s position as the leading innovator and provider of genuinely healthy, great-tasting foods that assist in the prevention and management of diabetes and combat obesity.
“Our new name conveys to consumers that our products are not part of a fad weight loss program that comes and goes, rather they are staples that allow you to maintain a healthy diet for a lifetime,” says Jim Keller, president of Eat Well Be Well Foods, Inc. “This company was founded to provide foods that truly benefit people battling weight issues and confronting diabetes. We are personally attached to this struggle since one of our three founders is a diabetic. We remain committed to not only providing healthy alternative food sources, but also to making sure consumers view us as their partner in this cause. The Eat Well Be Well name will assist us in effectively communicating this message.”
Unlike other companies that claim to provide healthy, sugar-free products, Eat Well Be Well (EWBW) offers a variety of food products that are both sugar-free and do not contain sugar-alcohols that are commonly known to cause intestinal discomfort and can adversely affect diabetics. And because the products taste great, they are also a healthy food alternative for food lovers, in general, looking to manage blood glucose levels and maintain a healthy body.
"EWBW’s full line of current products will remain the same, as will the key individuals who manage the business," the company said. EWBW will announce its new brand offerings targeting diabetes prevention and management in the weeks ahead.
Eat Well Be Well Foods, Inc., headquartered in Hood River, Oregon, cares deeply about the health and welfare of its customers and will continue to create great tasting products that really work.
For more information contact Kevin Dalrymple at (770) 474-9400, ext. 202.