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SPYru™ unveils "The Uberwater"
Date:5/1/2012

CINCINNATI, May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SPYRU Inc., a privately held corporation, is dedicated to new product innovation in the growing market of functional food & beverages. They've just announced the upcoming product launch of SPYru's brands, May 7th – a revolutionary new line of high protein, low calorie beverages. Targeted towards health & fitness conscious adults and serious athletes alike, SPYru packs a powerful punch of nutrients. Derived naturally from Spirulina, a blue-green fresh water algae composed of nearly 70% pure protein, it is considered by many to be a super food.

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SPYru will be offered in three refreshing flavors: Lemon-Lime, Orange, and Fruit Punch in generous 16.9 fl oz recyclable bottles, perfect for on-the-go, or to toss into your gym bag. A mere 45 calories per 8 oz. serving delivers above and beyond other energy supplements making it worthy of its powerful positioning descriptor "The Uberwater™". With 20 grams of protein, this low carb, thirst quencher is nutrient rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and easily absorbed & utilized, resulting in enhanced energy, vitality, strength and wellness. 

Committed to eco-friendly manufacturing processes and policies, make SPYru's focus on Spirulina a perfect fit. Farming Spirulina uses less water and causes less soil erosion with significantly more yield, than many more common forms of both plant and animal proteins. Its dense nutrient make-up and immune protecting properties have led the World Food Conference and the United Nations to describe it as "the best food for the future."

SPYru bottled waters may be purchased, competitively priced, via the web at http://www.SPYru.com. Marketing efforts will focus initially in the U.S. and Canada.

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