Monday, June 16, 2014

Top Nutrition Bar Company Rolls Out New Name, Design and Flavors

Today’s health conscious consumers seek quality ingredients that are as close to natural as possible. Organic products, gluten free, and labels that don’t mask artificial ingredients and preservatives are of utmost importance. Perfect Bar (formerly Perfect Foods Bar) a leading super food company announced their new packaging, design and two new flavors one being their first vegan bar.

“Our name and wrapper may have recently changed, but our bars are still packed full of super healthy ingredients,” said President Bill Keith. Who went on to say, “The rebrand of our company and our two new flavors couldn’t have come at a more perfect time.”

Perfect Bars are gluten free, high in protein, packed with vitamins, contain 20+ organic superfoods and boast an ingredient label that is easy to pronounce and understand. Plus, they are sweetened with honey and contain NO refined sugars, artificial ingredients or preservatives ever. Perfect Bars wide selection includes 5 original flavors: Peanut Butter, Almond Butter, Cranberry Crunch Lite (200 calories or less) Carob Chip and Fruit and Nut. In March, they will release their first ever Vegan Almond Coconut and Almond Acai Lite.

Perfect Bars are not only for athletes and exercise enthusiasts, but are a nutritious snack for anyone, anytime – anywhere! They are great for children’s school lunches, after school snacks or recovery from a big game. Perfect Bars are a great companion at the beach, on road trips or simply wherever life takes you!

About: Perfect Bar was created out of a love for health, fitness and nutrition. Pioneer Dr. Bud Keith (a.k.a. Dad) created an organic mixture of peanut butter, honey, whole food supplements and announced, “It’s Perfect!” In 2005, the eldest Keith siblings shared their father’s recipe and launched Perfect Foods Bar. As these bars have reached perfection in the nutrition world, they have since shortened the name to Perfect Bar because it’s well…perfect!

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