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List of products by manufacturer Honey Stinger

Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Honey Stinger makes nutritious and great tasting honey-based foods including energy bars, protein bars, energy gels, organic waffles, organic chews, kids specific snacks and our very own Organic Wildflower Honey. Fueling more than just the country’s top cyclists, runners, triathletes and teams, Honey Stinger products may be found at specialty sporting goods retailers, natural food grocers and


In 1954, Ralph and Luella Gamber developed the EN-R-G Bar (“EN” for energy, “R” for Ralph, and “G” for Gamber). They wanted to provide an alternative to the candy bars available at the time. Their plan was simple: natural ingredients, great taste and (since Ralph was a beekeeper) HONEY. They also introduced two-ounce packets of honey with the words “quick energy” printed on them. Ralph’s friend Roy Phillips, head wrestling coach at F&M College, used these packets to provide quick energy for his athletes. Although Ralph and Luella knew they were on to something, the market was not quite ready for energy foods.  In 2002 we re-established EN-R-G Foods, Inc. in Steamboat Springs, CO with the same goal in mind: provide great tasting, honey-based energy foods made with natural ingredients.  We think Ralph and Luella would be proud of our products and we know you’ll like them too.



Dutch Gold Honey

Established in 1946 by Ralph & Luella Gamber it is now the largest family owned Honey Company in the US.  Bill Gamber Sr., owns & operates Dutch Gold and sits on Honey Stinger’s board.  Bill Gamber Sr.’s son, Bill Gamber, is CEO and Co-Founder of Honey Stinger.


Honey Bear
In 1957 Ralph & Luella were brainstorming unique packaging ideas with Woodrow & Rita Miller and the Honey Bear was bornIn 2007, the Honey Bear celebrated its 50th Birthday and was officially named “Nugget.”

Miller Honey Farms
4 generation Beekeeping operation established in 1917.  John Miller now owns & operates all 3 branches of Miller Honey Farms and also sits on Honey Stinger’s board.


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