Amazing Grass unveils organic 'superfood' bars

By Douglas Yu

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Amazing Grass' two 'superfood' bars contain alkalizing green, protein and fiber.
Amazing Grass' two 'superfood' bars contain alkalizing green, protein and fiber.

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Plant-based powered nutrition company, Amazing Grass, has added two flavors to its organic 'superfood' bar line with a new packaging that highlights its whole-food ingredients.

“Inspired by Amazing Grass’ farm-to-home promise, the modern design showcases images of the real, nutrient-dense ingredients, including alkalizing greens, vibrant fruits, veggies and nuts,”​ the company said.

The new organic bars include organic green superfood dark chocolate and sea salt, and organic protein superfood chocolate almond butter. Each bar retails between $2.99 and $3.29, and they will be available across the US at major natural food retailers later this year.

 “Our new Organic Superfood Bars combine the convenience of an easy, on-the-go snack with the nutrient-dense power of seven alkalizing greens, protein and fiber,”​ Amazing Grass’ co-founder, Todd Habermehl, said.

Similar to rest of the products in the Amazing Grass’ bar line, both products are plant-based, USDA organic, non-GMO, gluten-free (except for chocolate chip coconut), vegan and dairy free.

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