DENVER, April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Pulse Beverage Corporation ("Pulse") (OTCQX: PLSB), makers of Natural Cabana® Lemonade/Limeade, and Coconut Waters and PULSE® Heart & Body Health functional beverages, announced today that King Kullen Supermarkets is now offering Natural Cabana® Lemonade/Limeade in four flavors at all 35 stores on Long Island, New York. They also have placement in 5 Wild by Nature locations. In 1930 Michael J. Cullen opened the doors to America's first supermarket, King Kullen Grocery Company, which is recognized by the Smithsonian Institute as America's First Supermarket.
Paddy Sheya, VP and National Sales Manager of Pulse, said, "We are excited to be in the coldbox produce section at such a well-known supermarket chain as King Kullen. Long Island has 7.5 million residents that have not yet had the opportunity to purchase our lemonades and limeades. We expect this listing to be very successful for both King Kullen and Pulse due to the sales volume expected and the inexpensive shipping route from our Virginia co-packer to Long Island. This is a major retailer in the Northeast with a large consumer base. Due to our rapid expansion in the Northeast we are reviewing options to contract a co-packer closer to our customers to meet our estimated sales volume in that area."
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Pulse Beverage Corporation is an emerging beverage company that offers natural beverage brands that are great tasting, good-for-you, refreshing, and low-calorie. Combining all-natural ingredients, essential vitamins and minerals, Pulse's line of beverages provides consumers with high-quality, healthy alternatives at a reasonable price.
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