What's Inside Our Bars

We only use organic Medjool dates from California. Medjool dates are the sweetest and moistest of dates, and they also have the best flavor. Dates are high in soluble fiber which supports healthy digestion by drawing fluid into the digestive tract. They’re a rich source of minerals like copper, manganese, magnesium, and potassium that support bone health. Our dates are a great source of energy … and are perfectly sweet.

Our nuts are roasted with no oil or salt, to achieve maximum freshness and flavor. Our almond butter has nothing but almonds, which means it is exceptionally nutrient-dense, and full of healthy fats. Our cashews and walnuts are loaded with antioxidants, high in Vitamin E and magnesium, and assist with blood-sugar control and blood pressure levels.

Our ginger is just that: pure ginger. Which means it is a rich source of nutrients and bio-active compounds that positively affect the body and the brain. Full of antioxidants, ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory and also aids with digestion.

All of our seeds are roasted without oil or salt. Flax, sunflower seeds, and pepitas are our favorites. They contain healthy fats, fiber, iron, calcium, and magnesium that help to boost energy levels and prevent hypertension.

As with our ginger, our lemon is pure lemon zest. Lemon promotes hydration, digestion, and is an excellent source of Vitamin C.

We use only unsulphered, unsweetened coconut and hand-roast ourselves. Our coconut butter is simply ground coconut.

Our Michigan Montmorency tart dried cherries have no added sugar, juice, or oil. They are rich in antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties.

Our Oregon dried blueberries have no added sugar, juice, or oil. Blueberries are nutrient-dense, high in antioxidants and low in calories. The fiber, potassium, folate, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and phytonutrient content in blueberries also supports heart health

Our oats are organic and gluten free. Oats are particularly good for heart-health, in addition to containing antioxidants. Eating oats helps to spread the rise of blood sugar out over a longer period of time, which helps to prevent sugar spikes and crashes.