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Casey’s to Carry Delivra’s Dream Water

Relaxation shot comes in 2.5-ounce bottle
Casey's General Stores - exterior
Photograph courtesy of Casey's General Stores

ANKENY, Iowa — Casey’s General Stores will begin carrying the Dream Water sleep and relaxation shot in a deal with manufacturer Delivra Health Brands Inc.

Dream Water, from Vancouver, British Columbia-based Delivra’s subsidiary Dream Products USA, comes in 2.5-ounce, single-serve bottles and contains gamma-aminobutyric acid and melatonin. Gamma-aminobutyric acid is a chemical made in the brain and also found in some foods, according to WebMD.

Dream Water “helps you wake up feeling rested and rejuvenated,” the product’s website says. “Scientifically formulated Dream Water’s key ingredients work together to help you relax and fall asleep. Your new bedtime and travel companion (TSA compliant).”

“Further to our growth objectives, our team has focused on the development of new emerging channel partners, which we have achieved through the signing of the agreement, extending distribution to over 2,400 new Casey’s locations,” Gord Davey, president and CEO of Delivra Health, said. “These relationships, complemented by our existing partners and network in North America, will accelerate distribution, brand awareness and product trial.”

The deal with Ankeny, Iowa-based Casey’s will set up Delivra “for future success with our anticipated line extensions of both cannabis-infused and non-infused products,” Davey added.

In addition to Dream Water, the Delivra Health Brands portfolio includes LivRelief, which the company said offers relief from common issues such as chronic pain, anxiety and sleeplessness.

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