Nature’s Bakery is a snack and food brand that supports health conscious living and active lifestyles with our 4 pinnacles of achieving balance nature, activity, nutrition, and community. Nature’s bakery leads with delicious, thoughtfully crafted ingredients that are perfect for on-the-go snacks that people can feel better about eating. They take that extra step to create snack bars that are Non-GMO Project Verified, Vegan and Kosher Certified because they care. I recently discovered they have a new Double Chocolate Brownie Bar which comes in 4 flavors chocolate, raspberry, mint, and blueberry these all come in twin packs that have 8 g of whole grains per serving, real dates, perfect for on the go snacking, no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial flavors, soy free, dairy free, cholesterol free, and contains 0 trans fats.
I was also sent Fig Bar made with delicious stone ground whole wheat in the flavors raspberry, blueberry, lemon, peach apricot, apple cinnamon, strawberry, mango, and original fig now these just like the Brownie bar all come in twin packs that have 8 g of whole grains per serving, real dates, perfect for on the go snacking, no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial flavors, soy free, dairy free, cholesterol free, and contains 0 trans fats.
My Opinion: I like the double chocolate brownie bars all but blueberry because that was a little overpowering for blueberry flavor for me. And I am in love with the fig bars as whenever I find them at the store I picked them up they are my favorite treat. I like that they fill me up and have plenty of fiber in them to keep me going. Along with made with quality ingredients.
To see more visit https://naturesbakery.com
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