When you think of a granola, fruit, or nutrition bar you think of preservatives don’t you?! In this world, we live in for food to last its longest and handle the heat and cold of being shipped across the country most foods need to be preserved in some way. But in the effort to live better chemical-free lives, Phyter food has developed a nutritious food bar perfect for your child’s lunch box or that afternoon snack that is preservative free! That’s a rarity right?
Now, these food bars come packed full of nutrition! They come in five different flavor combinations that may help your child who is not particular to certain veggies consume them. With the right combination of veggie to fruit ratio these bars do not taste like they have veggies in them, which can really help nutrition deprived children. The five flavor combinations are: sweet potato & coconut, beets & cocoa, butternut squash & peanut butter, berries & peanut butter and their new flavor combination is kale & apple.
Watch this short video on how my children reacted to trying Phyter Food Bars.
After my kids sampled these, I did the same and thought they were delicious! They just have a wonderful taste. I love knowing that I’m eating real food, not something processed in a way that depletes nutritional value. After my morning bike ride, I ate the butternut squash and peanut butter food bar and it really tasted great. My oldest really liked the berries and peanut butter one the most and My youngest like the beets and cocoa flavor a lot.
Phyter bars are certified organic, GMO-free, vegan, & kosher. They are also gluten-free, soy free, and dairy free. Phyters are best stored in the freezer for up to 1 year or the refrigerator for 6 months. Your Phyter bars are best consumed within 7 days after they are removed from the freezer or fridge as long as they are in the sealed wrapper at room temperature. Make sure the packaging does not have any tears or holes. Phyters defrost within 20-30 minutes so you can take it out of the freezer and put one right in your child’s lunch box.
Now I’ve used their website to see if they are stocked in any grocery stores near me, but unfortunately, they are not. We are hoping they become more popular and will soon be in stock at a location near us because we really like these and I love that they are preservative free and full of veggies for the kids or myself because I really like eating them too.
I’m hoping to find them in a store near me soon, and trust me I’ve looked. They haven’t yet branched out to Northern Colorado yet. But I will look for them because they have a lot of flavor, a lot of nutrition, they are convenient for busy mornings and they have none of the bad. It’s a win-win!
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