100% whole grains - 22 g per bar. Chewy with a crunch. Gluten free. All natural. Non GMO. 5 Super Grains: oats, millet, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat. Ingredients you can see & pronounce. Welcome to the Kind community! At Kind, we do things differently and try to avoid false compromises. Instead of or we say and. We choose healthy and tasty, convenient and wholesome, economically sustainable and socially impactful. This commitment to excellence shines through in everything we do and how we do it. We worked tirelessly to reach this perfect texture, a unique combination of chewy and crunchy, so you never have to choose between the two. We make simple, all natural products and deliver healthy snacks made only from ingredients you can see & pronounce. Kindly yours, - Daniel Lubetzky, Kind founder. Do the Kind thing for your body, your taste buds, & your world. For Your Body: Oats. Quinoa. Millet. Amaranth. Buckwheat. Simple, right? This unique blend of super grains packs each Kind Healthy Grains bar with more than 1 full serving of whole grains, which provides fiber and protein. So grab the delicious snack that will help support the balanced diet you work hard for. For Your Taste Buds: Be kind to your sense of taste. Made with real ingredients like gluten free oats sweetened with honey and toasted coconut flakes, our Oats & Honey with Toasted Coconut bar is a perfectly chewy-with-a-crunch snack that's both healthy and tasty. For Your World: From the healthy snacks and foods we make, to the way we work, live and give back, we're focused on making the world a little kinder. Join the conversation on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Kindsnacks. We'd love to hear what you think about Kind Healthy Grains bars! www.Kindsnacks.com. FSC: Mix packaging. Recycled packaging. Made in USA.
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