March 23, 2023

Same Taste, Even More Nutrients Now in Citrus Ginger!

I’m so excited to tell you that we’ve packed even more essential real-food nutrients in your Citrus Ginger Bite!

We’re constantly looking for ways to improve and optimize our Daily Essential to make sure you get the most holistic, delicious daily nutrition from GEM. We’ve spent the past year thoughtfully working with our Scientific Advisory Board (and in-house pastry chef) to add the top 9 key vitamins to our Citrus Ginger Bite that we believe are important to your daily health without sacrificing the taste and texture you know + love.

If you’re currently taking Vitamin K2 or any Vitamin Bs, feel free to toss them because we got you! Your new Citrus Ginger Bites will taste the same and now include:
  • Quinoa-sourced Vitamin B Complex (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Biotin, Folate, B12) to support your body’s cell function (healthy brain + heart, more energy, better mood)
  • Chickpea-sourced Vitamin K2, an essential nutrient for bone health

These are critical nutrients that are often deficient in your daily diet due to modern lifestyle demands (things like stress and depleted vegetables from farming practices) and important nutrients to consistently take for foundational wellbeing. These additional nutrients in combination with the 15+ vitamins, minerals and superfoods already in your Bite (i.e. D3, Zinc, Prebiotics + Probiotics, Beta-glucan, Turmeric, and Black Pepper) we believe will give you the most optimized daily nutrition to feel your best.

Thank you for inspiring us to continuously improve, and for remembering to eat your vitamins. Here’s to more delicious nutrition in your future!


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Sara Cullen, Founder + CEO

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