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  For all of y’all that are fans of Clif Bar I have good news for you. Clif Bar is introducing a new bar called Kit’s Organic. These are soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free fruit and nut bars, each 200 calories or less, made with just a handful of simple ingredients. Love that they are made with 100% organic fruit and nuts.  These bars were inspired by Kit Crawford, co-CEO of Clif Bar & Company. Kit has a passion for organic and handcrafted foods.I was sent over all four flavors of their new bars to try. Let’s check em out.

Berry Almond

You can really see the berries are generously incorporated in this one. Nutty with the tart addition of barberry and bilberry. Gluten free, soy free and dairy free.

Berries and almonds blend to create this berry delicious treat.


Smells nutty. My favorite. Chewy. Nice cashew flavor and aftertaste, not heavily salted.

Cashews, almonds, dates and a sprinkle of sea salt – that’s it! Simple and delicious.

Peanut Butter

Nice and chewy. Good peanut butter flavor. Filling, nutritious and packed with protein.

Peanuts, almonds and a pinch of sea salt make for one peanut buttery good snack.

Chocolate Almond Coconut

Really good. Chocolate and coconut are a great combination. OK, maybe this one is my favorite, I can’t decide.

This chocolate, coconut and almond delight will dash you off to the islands.

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Ready to buy?  Head on over to Clif Bar and Kit’s Organic and get ya some of these great bars. They are available nationwide at natural food and select grocery stores.


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