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Q: Are your drinks energy drinks?
A: No. We think of our Honey Drinks and U-Tubes as good-for-you superfood. All foods provide energy but our raw honey products provide dynamic fueling without the crashes you’ll experience from high sugar loaded drinks and snacks.
Q: How many can I consume a day?
A: USDA guidelines suggest limiting sugar consumption to 15% or less of a daily 2,000 calorie intake, meaning 300 calories or less of sugar each day.
Each RevHoney drink contains two tablespoons (36 grams) of raw honey or 150 calories per can so we recommend no more than two Honey Drinks per day.
Q: How much caffeine do your drinks have?
A: Extreme Citrus has 200mg of natural caffeine, slightly less than a typical Tall Starbucks© coffee (230-240mg).
Berry Rain has 120mg of caffeine in the form of Green Tea and Guarana extracts. Roughly equivalent to the caffeine found in half a Tall Starbucks Coffee (230-240mg).
Q: Are they safe for children?
A: All RevHoney products are safe for children but their consumption should be limited according to the child’s lifestyle and metabolism.
Versus the processed and unhealthy sugars found in candies, sodas, energy drinks and junk foods, RevHoney U-Tubes are a superior snack for their lunchboxes and during sports.
Q: Are honeybees in danger?
A: Honeybee populations have declined over the past decade. Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) has made headlines recently and is a disorder of unknown origin. In 2008, Brown Honey Farms lost 60% of our hives to CCD. While we have rebuilt our numbers, most commercial beekeepers lose upwards of 20% of their populations every winter.
While there is no conclusive data, there is probably not a single cause for CCD. Honeybees can suffer a host of stresses including pesticides, herbicides, monocrop agriculture, electronic frequency overload and even commercial honey production.
Honeybees are vital to biodiversity and ecosystem health and we must take steps to protect them. Funding for honeybee research cannot rely on government initiatives but must come from within the industry itself, so we urge you to befriend your local beekeepers and eat more honey!