25, 08, 2016
“We believe if you can’t pronounce an ingredient, it shouldn’t go into your body”
In 2004 the first Kind bar was made using the finest nuts and fruits. Due to a nut allergy I was unable to try the bar myself but my Mum stepped in and was all over being my food tester, but ate the bar before I got a photo.
“I was pleasantly surprised by the caramel almond and sea salt Kind bar. On paper the flavours don’t seem like a good match but they actually work well together. There is a good mix of crunchy and chewy taste sensations, and the ingredients taste fresh and wholesome. There are many tasteless, bland cereal bars on the market but this is not one of them.
I am impressed with the packaging and branding. The wrapper is mainly transparent so you can see exactly what you are getting. The colours on the wrapper are muted and understated and don’t detract from the product. There is enough information on the product to make it clear what you are getting – a gluten free, high fibre, nut bar. Note to future ‘The Apprentice’ contestants this is how you do it.”
With 8 different flavours to choose from, split into Fruit & Nut and Nut & Spices bars, you are sure to find a flavour that’s right for you. The Caramel, Almond & Sea Salt bar, Maple Glazed Pecan & Sea Salt bar, and Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt bar are all on sale in Tescos right now for a bargain price of 99p, instead of their usual price of £1.29. Seems like a bargain to me regardless of paying full price or sale, and you can also get the Kind bars in Sainsburys and Waitrose. If you’re on the look out for a new healthy snack or just love nuts then this is the range for you, with some bars housing up to 72% nuts.