Nature’s Path

Lets start out by saying, Nature’s Path isn’t just delicious, but its good for you, and produced by a company that does great things to help our world to be a healthier place. These bars come in a wide variety of flavors, from Sunny Hemp, to Macaroon Crunch, and they also have a great selection of other USDA Organic products as well. At the bottom of this post I’ll show you where you too can find and try some of these delicious, healthy products!

Now, for the taste…
Ive tried 2 flavors of these bars recently, the Mmmaple Pecan, and (as seen above) the Peanut Choco, and I honestly love them both. They have no artificial, or overly sweet taste like most granola bars do, and you can actually see the whole grain oats, flax, etc… that they say is in the product. The Choco bars are full of peanuts, and smothered in chocolate. The Mmmaple Pecan has large chunks of Pecan throughout, and a sweet maple glaze. Theyre both chewy, with a slight crunch from the nuts. A perfect combo in a granola bar! Its nice to eat something thats both delicious, and nutritious. You dont feel so guilty eating that chocolate covered bar, when you know its made with only the best ingredients, no chemicals, and a lot of heart.  

Nature’s Path says this of their company, “no matter what kind of a difference we want to make as a company, and no matter how much you share those values—if our food isn’t delicious and exciting, we’re not living up to our fullest potential.” And, I think they live up to it.

You can pick up your own Nature’s Path products in you nearest Hannaford, Traders Joes, Wegmans, and most Natural food stores. Or, you can order them online here:

Natures Path (and if you order $39 or more, you get free shipping!)

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