Philadelphia, PA - JavaUp, the very first coffee-fueled treats to include 100 percent natural, shade grown espresso, revealed its now available in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York regional, 7-Eleven stores.
JavaUp features two types of snacks: Café Mocha and Caramel Macchiato. Chocolate-dipped & coffee-fueled, every single 1.4-ounce bar offers consumers the same caffeine as of half a cupful of java in a yummy, fulfilling, no-spill option. The bars contain 160 calories each and are certified kosher; Café Mocha includes six grams of healthy protein as well as five grams of dietary fiber, and Caramel Macchiato contains five grams of healthy proteins and four grams of dietary fiber. The two include 8g of whole grains. Priced at $1.99.
"JavaUp provides an anytime, convenient, on-the-go way to get your coffee 'fix' in a delicious, nutritious bar," says Lisa Newmann, founder, and CEO of JavaUp. "It's exciting to watch our business expansion in the Northeast region, and we're confident 7-Eleven customers will jump at the chance to JavaUp!"
Created for buyers who understand the energy of good coffee, sustainably farmed, JavaUp's coffee beans are acquired from farms which appreciate fair wages and labor standards, utilize zero pesticides, and depend on organic fertilization from transmigrating birds. The beans are cultivated in the shade, producing sustainable habitats for pollination. Www.JavaUp.coffee