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Healthient to Launch "Carla Lee's NutBurgers(TM)" Grand-Slam Vegan Product Line-Up at "Food Hotel Asia" Trade Show in Singapore April 8th - 11th.

Healthient, a Division of SnackHealthy, Inc., Appointed Export Brand Manager by OneTeam Humanity Foods, dba Carla Lee's NutBurgers(TM); Formal Debut of NutBurgers(TM) at the Up-Coming Food Hotel Asia Event, With an Assortment of Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, S

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/18/14 -- SnackHealthy, Inc. (OTCBB: SNAX) announced the launch of Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ into the Asian market after the product's successful showing at the Natural Products West trade show in Anaheim, California last week. "We are excited to be appointed the Export Brand Manager for Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ and look forward in formally launching these products in Asia next month at the Singapore trade show," said Richard Damion, CEO, SnackHealthy, Inc.

The Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ Vegan line has been extremely successful since its introduction only a year ago, receiving "Top Pick" two years running and is now being sold by major retailers including Whole Foods.

NutBurgers™ has created a Grand-Slam line-up of award-winning "craveable" meals; NutBurgers™, Thai Burgers, NutBalls and NutTacos. NutBurgers™ Grand-Slam line-up demonstrates that you can enjoy feeding your body while giving it the food energy it loves and craves, without sacrificing flavor, ingredients, or texture. These nut-based meat alternatives and online recipes make it easy to maintain a healthier lifestyle while keeping dining a family pastime that our busy lives still need, cherish and love.

Damion added, "As part of the development, the Carla Lee's NutBurger product line will be showcased at Food & Hotel Asia (FHA) 2014 which has grown tremendously as the premier trade show synonymous with the food and hospitality industry in Asia and beyond. With over 2,800 exhibitors and 64,000 trade attendees, it is now Asia's largest food and hospitality tradeshow, and one of the most anticipated event in the local and international calendar in a region that have more than 600 Million Vegetarians. Healthient will showcase Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ in the USA Pavilion Hall 8 Booth 7D3-01".

Carla Lee Johnston, CEO and Founder of Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ (www.NutBurgers.com), states, "We are committed to bridging the gap for the carnivore, little one, vegetarian, vegan and flexitarian (the meat eater who wants to eat healthier but isn't willing to sacrifice flavor, texture or palate to do so) alike by creating 'craveable' healthy non-meat cuisine without losing 'The YUMMM Factor.'"

Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ is known for using the highest quality natural, Gluten-Free, non-GMO, Soy-Free, nothing but "Goodness from the Earth™," nutrient-dense plant-based ingredients with no artificial anything, ever. Carla Lee's NutBurgers™ product line is being added to diet protocols by Doctors, Nutritionists and conscious eaters that have become aware of the product.

About SnackHealthy, Inc.

SnackHealthy, Inc. (SNAX) is a manufacturer and distributor of organic, natural and healthy food products headquartered in Jupiter, FL. The Company offers a portfolio of healthy foods and beverages that are organic, all-natural, low-calorie, and free from artificial sweeteners; created to satisfy several eating occasions daily. SnackHealthy is dedicated to offering a broad array of choices for healthy, convenient and fun nourishment, while reducing environmental impact. Healthient, a division of SnackHealthy, is focused on the export of branded organic and natural food products.

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