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Stepping up to the energy bar

New snack derives from military use

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / April 17, 2005

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Hunger doing double time? Grab a Hooah! bar. The sports nutrition bar, created by the Army's Natick Labs for energy-craving soldiers five years ago, is now being marketed to the general public, and in June it will debut nationwide in some 15,000 stores, including Wal-Mart , Sam's Club, 7-Eleven , and GNC. CVS will beginning selling the $1.99 energy bar ... (Full article: 581 words)

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