NEW YORK — Kind Healthy Snacks today launched into a new category of snacks with Kind Healthy Grains bars, a line of chewy and crunchy granola bars made from five super grains mixed with ingredients like pumpkin seeds, toasted coconut flakes, dark chocolate chunks, and more. Each Kind Healthy Grains bar packs one full serving of 100% whole grains – a key source of fiber and protein – which help to keep you fuller, longer.
“We created Kind Healthy Grains bars with Kind’s ‘and’ philosophy top of mind,” says Kind’s founder and CEO, Daniel Lubetzky. “We felt that most granola bars require people to choose between a crunchy or chewy texture or to sacrifice nutritional value for awesome flavor. We wanted to develop a more complete granola bar that allows people to have it all.”
Each Kind Healthy Grains bar contains 19 to 22 g of whole grains (amaranth, quinoa, millet, buckwheat, and gluten-free oats) and is available in the following five varieties made from ingredients you can see and pronounce:
Kind also honed in on the fact that only 3.7% of offerings within the granola bar category were gluten free — despite the fact that up to one-quarter of all consumers report that they are looking for gluten free foods, according to a recent USA Today survey. With this in mind, Kind sourced premium gluten free whole grains like amaranth and quinoa, along with oats that are verified free from gluten contamination, so that Kind Healthy Grains bars can serve as a tasty and healthy snack option for the rising number of people who experience gluten-sensitivity.
The popularity of gluten-free foods is also evident with the recent Food and Drug Administration release of rules for gluten-free food labeling as more company's look to provide consumers with these products.
Like all Kind snacks, Kind Healthy Grains bars are all natural, gluten free, low glycemic, non GMO and low in sodium. Suggested retail price is $3.99-$4.29 per box of five bars in single flavors.
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