What’s the difference between Outshine Fruit Bars and Outshine Smiles?
Posted July 11, 2018 12:00:10Sonic Powered, an online food service and entertainment company based in Seattle, is expanding its reach into the foodie world with Outshine Bars, a fruit bar that features an Outshine logo on the inside and an Outlander logo on top.
Sonic’s new Outshine fruit bar.
Sonic Power Sotheby’s acquired Sonic Powered in 2016 for $8 billion.
Its flagship Sonic bar is currently priced at $4.99, and the Sonic Power Outlander fruit bar costs $5.99.
Both the Sonic bars are made of natural fruit, like pineapple and mango.
Sonic Power is a popular bar in Seattle with a reputation for having great food.
Sonic Powered has locations in Seattle and San Francisco.
The company says its Outlandish Fruit Bar, a peach bar that’s made of apples and mango, is also a popular foodie drink.
In a statement to The Huffington Posts, Sonic Power said that Outlandish was created to celebrate and honor the history of the Sonic franchise.
“It’s the culmination of more than a decade of work and design, and it’s something we’ve been working toward for years,” Sonic Power told The Huffington Press.
“We’re proud to introduce the Sonic Powered Outlander Fruit Bar to the Sonic family and to celebrate the history and influence of the iconic Sonic franchise, which spans more than 20 years of Sonic and Sonic Team’s adventures.”
Sonic has always been an icon of American innovation and success, and Outlandish will bring the Sonic experience back to the consumer,” the statement continued.