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How Does a Gluten Allergy Differ From a Wheat Allergy?

How Does a Gluten Allergy Differ From a Wheat Allergy?

With the release of our new gluten free 1st Tee Honey Almond Snack Bar, SCNS Sports Foods has fielded several questions about gluten and wheat allergies. If you are fortunate to have no aversion to gluten or wheat, then the distinction between a gluten versus wheat allergy may be a bit confusing.  There is some overlap between the two, but a gluten allergy is not the same as a wheat allergy. Here is the.
Pro Golfer Heather Angell Blogs About the New Gluten Free 1st Tee Honey Almond Snack Bar

Pro Golfer Heather Angell Blogs About the New Gluten Free 1st Tee Honey Almond Snack Bar

At the PGA Merchandise Show in January, Bill Stewart SCNS’ COO met professional golfer Heather Angell. There, SCNS was introducing our new Gluten Free 1st Tee Honey Almond Snack Bar. The display caught the eye of Heather who deals with many food allergies including an adversity to wheat gluten. Heather tasted the bar at the show, and since then, has become a devoted fan of the bar, keeping a supply in her golf bag. Heather.
NEW 1st Tee Gluten Free Honey Almond Snack Bar

NEW 1st Tee Gluten Free Honey Almond Snack Bar

SCNS Sports Foods is thrilled to offer our first gluten free snack bar. It took 40 prior versions, and finally, we are bringing the 41st and final version to you introducing the new 1st Tee Gluten Free Honey Almond snack bar  – made of gluten free honey toasted oats, almonds, coconut and organic agave syrup for a clean and natural bar. It’s the ideal bar for those looking for a delicious gluten free option. They are.
Visit SCNS at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show

Visit SCNS at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show

If your target market is golfers, then you have got to be at the PGA Merchandise Show. That is where SCNS Sports Foods will be as an exhibitor, January 22nd through 24th in Orlando, Florida.
The “Seedy” Side of Marathon of Miracles Bars

The “Seedy” Side of Marathon of Miracles Bars

Featuring: Pumpkin seeds Remember when you would eat pumpkin seeds just once a year – after you scooped them out of your Halloween Jack O’Lanterns? The seeds were covered in sinewy gooey ooze causing them to shoot out of your hands! Oh, but once they were washed, lightly salted and baked…a rare nutty-tasting treat. Now, pumpkin seeds are available on most store shelves. They are integrated into breads, granolas, sauces, garnishes and bars, like.
Golf Energy Bars On and Off the Course

Golf Energy Bars On and Off the Course

We take our Golf Energy Bars everywhere we go. They have natural ingredients to calm and sustain you for activities – or as a convenient meal replacement on and off the course. So, always have Golf Energy Bars with you. Here are a few suggestions… Always have Golf Energy Bars in your tool chest when you need a quick fix. They’re packed with ingredients to calm, enhance focus and sustain energy – so you.