TMR Introduces Raspberry Power Pak For Summer

Ogden, Utah—Trace Minerals Research recently added a new Raspberry flavor to its Electrolyte Stamina Power Pak line of electrolyte replacement supplements to give its customers a wider variety of products.

“Last year we introduced Orange Blast and it was a huge success,” said Managing Partner Matt Kilts. “Since our customers have been asking for more flavors, we felt like this was the right thing to do and the perfect time to do it. We are really excited about this new flavor because it tastes so good.”

The new Raspberry flavor contains only 2.4 grams of sugar and is flavored with Stevia, fructose and other natural flavors. Like the Lemon-Lime and Orange Blast formulas, the new Raspberry flavor is full of electrolytes. It contains 340 mg of sodium, 201 mg of potassium, 106 mg of magnesium and ConcenTrace®, a full-spectrum electrolyte complex of over 70 ionic trace minerals and elements found in seawater.

Electrolyte Stamina Power Pak also contains the highest amount of vitamin C of any similar product. Vitamin C is a great antioxidant and helps to seek out and destroy roaming free radicals that damage the cells to help increase energy and stamina during strenuous activities.

The product comes just in time for so many who work and play in the hot summer sun where the need for electrolyte replacement is essential. Electrolyte Stamina Power Pak is perfect for those who enjoy outdoor activities like running and biking or who spend extensive hours in the hot sun working, but who don’t have room for bulky supplements. Power Pak comes in a conveniently sealed single-serving packet. All you have to do is add water.
All flavors of Electrolyte Stamina Power Pak sell for $7.99 wholesale, $13.49 retail for a box of 32-packets and comes with an unconditional 30-day money-back guarantee. Call 800-624-7145 or visit for more information.


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