Women Owned, focused on creating jobs for adults with Autism. Warrior Mix is shelf stable, almond-based product ready to eat out of the bag for a quick snack/ protein snack that fulfills a need for a little sweet, or a delayed meal. All clean ingredients (gluten-free/ paleo certified/women-owned business-certified) product is in chunks so you can eat it like a granola bar or a cookie; perfect for a busy new parent who needs a little clean energy throughout the day!BeeFree creates a better-for-you, snackable granola called Warrior Mix.
It is made with simple, plant-based ingredients, lovingly created by people with autism. BeeFree evolved from my desire to bake tasty gluten and dairy-free treats for our son. Warrior Mix is honey-sweetened and plant-based free from (gluten, grain, added sugar, preservatives, dairy, and soy), and a convenient snack. We believe real ingredients matter and creating food that fuels the body and mind while providing jobs for people with autism is just the right thing to do.
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Mini Warrior Oat Bar Apple Caramel These bite-sized snacks are perfect for little hands and big adventures. Deliciously soft and crumble-free, they're ready to tuck into backpacks and carry-ons, clean fuel for whenever you need it most. Ingredients: Rolled Oats, Honey, Pumpkin Seeds, Raisins, Apples, Almonds, Brown Rice Crisp, Sea Salt & Natural Flavors
Mini Warrior Nutty Bar Salted Caramel These bite-size snacks are perfect for little hands and big adventures. Deliciously soft and crumble-free, they're ready to tuck into backpacks and carry-ons, clean fuel for whenever you need it most. Made with peanuts, almonds, honey, crisp brown rice, sea salt & natural caramel flavoring.
My Opinion: I like how portable the mini warrior bars are and soft not to mention chewy loaded with fiber which made me feel full longer. The granola bars I eat by the handful or put some in my yogurt for extra crunch.
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