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Given that Kate's Real Food's Stash Bar is the perfect treat to keep in a jersey pocket or hydration pack, we find that it's quite aptly named. And, even better, it's comprised of organic, real foods in order to limit GI distress and to supply you with the energy that your ride calls for.
Kate Schade didn't set out in the energy bar business to make a quick buck. She started out by making bars for her to enjoy, and lucky for the rest of us, her standards are high. What she created were on-the-go bars made from real, organic food. And, with one hand in farming, she was able to guarantee where those ingredients actually came from. Friends and family tried them, and not surprisingly, they demanded more and more.
That brings us to today's Stash bar. It's a product that's born to fuel those who care about what they eat and where their ingredients come from. The Stash bar features a short list of only eight organic ingredients like flax seed, hemp seed, oats, honey, peanut butter, sweetened dried cherries, dark chocolate, and almonds. Even better, these delectable tastes have been offset by organic dark chocolate, rice nuggets, and sea salt in order to give it a nice balance of salty and sweet. So, the resulting bar hits on all points -- calorie richness, taste, and health. What more could you ask for?
The Kate's Real Food Stash Bars are available as a box of 12 individually wrapped bars. Please note that these bars contain nuts and soy, but no dairy. However, given their honey content, they're technically not vegan.