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Bar Protein Organic, 50g


CHF 2.95
Availability

Availability

  • 6 available immediately
  • Additional 12 items have been ordered from our distributor and are expected to be ready for shipping on 28.10.
Quantity:

Bar Protein Organic, 50g

Raw Bite Organic Protein.

This bar is made of dates, almonds and rice protein, it is also enhanced with pumpkin seeds and cacao to bring the savoury taste. Organic, gluten free and dairy free.

Ingredients

Fruit 28% (dates*), nuts 25% (almonds*), rice protein*, pumpkin seeds*, cocoa powder*
* Certified organic farming
Nutritional values per
Energy value 1671 kJ / 401 kcal
Total Fat 20,0 g
- Saturated Fat 3,0 g
Carbohydrates 36,0 g
- of which sugar 30,0 g
Protein 20,0 g
Salt 0,02 g
Raw Bite

Raw Bite

Rawbite was founded in Denmark by Morten, Nikolaj and Rolf. The idea behind Rawbite was to create a simple, honest and healthy product easy to bring along and enjoy anywhere. This idea resulted in the organic fruit and nutbite, Rawbite. Since the first Rawbite was created on the kitchen table, the interest for the product has not stopped growing in Denmark, as well as in the other 24 countries where Rawbites are now available. Everything in Rawbite is driven by simplicity, joy and enthusiasm for the product. Even though the kitchen table can no longer fit the production, recipes are still developed here and no one stops until the taste is amazing. The product itself is created with the utmost respect for the natural ingredients which are processed carefully with no use of heat at all. Morten, Nikolaj and Rolf met by chance but they are all convinced that they were brought together by fate to create a simple and honest product, making it easy for people to add a raw and tasty bite of health to their lives. Enjoy every Bite

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.