- The Washington Times - Friday, January 23, 2015

Blue Max Meats has an interesting product on its shelves for fans of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch: “Beast Mode Sausage” packed with Skittles.

The Summit, Washington, company located just south of Seattle started started selling the candy-infused meat during last year’s Super Bowl and it caught on.

“We originally did it to put our name on the map, but we’ve kind of become a destination,” co-owner Tommy Marshall said of his and business partner Evan Greco’s creation, ESPN nfl/playoffs/2014/story/_/id/12217498/butcher-selling-skittles-stuffed-beast-mode-sausage-honor-seattle-seahawks-rb-marshawn-lynch” target=”_blank”>reported Friday.

The owners told the sports network that they have gone through 1,000 pounds of Skittles making the specialty sausage for customers.

Marshawn Lynch, whose well-known love for Skittles inspired the Blue Max Meats product, has yet to stop by for a taste, Mr. Marshall told ESPN.



The Seattle Seahawks will play the New England Patriots for the NFL championship on Feb. 1.

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