NEW YORK— Bonny, a female-founded, health and wellness start-up, recently launched a collection of natural, organic fiber supplements. The company’s proprietary fiber powder blend is vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free and contains 7+ grams of fiber per serving, all within a sustainable, plastic-free packaging design that the company says features forever recyclable steel tins and Forest Stewardship Council certified recycled labels made from 100% post-consumer waste.
Available in three flavors, Bonny can be added to a healthy beverage or recipe, and the line consists of:
- Chocolate Hazelnut Dream (10-ounces) – a dessert in powder form, blending dark chocolate and hazelnut to meet 25% of the daily recommended fiber goal per serving. A 10-ounce recyclable canister, or a one month’s supply sells for $34.00.
- Extremely Unflavored (10-ounces) – A balanced, custom fiber blend of Psyllium Husk, Chia Seeds, Inulin, selling for a suggested $34 for a 10 oz recyclable canister, or a one month’s supply.
- Vanilla Berry Bliss (10-ounces) – A blend of acai berries and blueberries with vanilla. The formula is a balanced, custom fiber blend of psyllium husk, chia seeds, inulin selling for a suggested $34 for a 10-ounce recyclable canister, or a one month’s supply
“During the pandemic, I got on a major health kick and discovered that nearly 95 percent of Americans weren’t getting enough fiber. When I couldn’t find a supplement that met my standards of natural ingredients and sustainable packaging, I decided to make one of my own,” said Jessica Postiglione, Bonny founder and CEO. “I knew if I was looking for a product like this, others would be too.”
Bonny also offers a discount bundle: