Don't Take Our Word For it! Here's What Our Customers Think:
“Dee Folse a competitive cyclist in California was admitted to ER then hospitalized for extreme severe dehydration.
He said: “When your that severely dehydrated, your body organs shuts down to protect the heart and brain.” Dee was lucky, testing showed he had no long term damage to his liver and kidneys. Dee discovered our pops on a long distance competitive ride from Austin to Houston in the hot sun.
Dee also said: “Bobs Pickle Pops have saved his life and they have some magic in them.” He never rides without them and drinks one per hour while riding to stay hydrated. He also says that his water consumption is cut in half. ”- Dee Folse 2017
“"Bit late but wanted to thank all the support from X-Fusion Shox, Bob's Pickle Pops, and Stikrd for their support helping me race to raise awareness for rescue critters this last weekend at the Fools Gold 50. Though finished 20th, happy as can be racing against some big dogs in the field at one of the hardest courses in the Southeast. Was able to shave over 17mins off my last years time to finish at 5hrs 14mins.
As the year comes to an end want to thank Bob's Pickle Pops for helping me smash some personal bests in races, stand on the podium, getting me through a couple 300+ mile road and MTB races when my muscles were saying "NO!" and even pulled me through the Yellowstone Half Marathon. Bob's Pickle Pops have definitely been a game changer for me and our team racing to raise awareness for rescue animals and wish y'all great success. #rescueracing. ”- Michael Kavanaugh
“Our hometown is the home of our State's annual watermelon festival. It is always the hottest weekend of the year. Always. This year was no exception. While there, my preteen son became overheated. We sat him in the shade; little relief. We gave him water to drink; maybe slightly better. Gatorade? About the same. After we went home, I remember the pickle pops are in the freezer. He ate one, then another. In a matter of minutes, he was back to his normal, active preteen self. ”- Rhonda