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Posted Tuesday, February 5th 2019

Bristol Flyers form elite partnership with Good4U

Bristol Flyers is proud to welcome Good4U as a new elite partner to the club.

The health food company have agreed to add their company logo to the back of Flyers 2018/19 playing shorts, whilst also becoming the official snack supplier to Bristol Sport, providing the players with a wide range of their healthy and nutritious snacks.

Bristol Sport’s commitment to the community through their various foundations and initiatives is matched by Good4U’s passion for making healthy living easy with an ever-expanding range of no-fuss superfood products that are tasty and nutritious snacking options.

Good4U, an award-winning, family run business based in Sligo on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way have products which are currently available in an impressive nine countries and are set to enter four new markets in 2019. They continue to be one of the North West of Ireland’s most successful food companies and thrive on the fact that they are providing employment in the area, supporting local businesses and getting ever closer to their Vision of becoming the World’s most loved and trusted health food brand.

Commentating on the new partnership Karol Butler, Co-Founder of Good4U said:

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Bristol Sport. From the outset it was apparent that Bristol Sport were a great fit for our brand. Their all-encompassing ethos and inclusive approach is well-aligned with our mission to empower people to live healthier happier lives. Together we believe great things can be achieved”

Caroline Herbert, Group Head of Commercial for Bristol Sport added:

“It’s fantastic to be in partnership with Good4U. As a family business, they are committed to helping all ages live a healthier life. Their healthy sprouts, seeds and pulse based snacks are exactly what our group of sports and their players need to maintain their general health and well-being.

“As our official snack supplier, Good4U will supply all of the professional and community teams under the Bristol Sport banner with their healthy products for the remainder of the 2018/19 season.”

Good4U products are proven to enhance general health and wellbeing. They are naturally high in fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals with no added sugar to help kick start your day, beat the afternoon slump and boost evening meals. 

Visit www.good4u.co to view the full range of healthy snacks including the recently launched Protein Balls and Nutri Balls.

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