Have you heard of KIND Snacks? I hadn’t ’til last month and now I always have a couple hidden away in my handbag. The business was founded back in 2004 and I really feel like I’ve missed out on these delicious snacks.
I was sent 7 of their snack bars and (after snapping photos) I dived straight into them. Out of the 7 flavours 6 are dairy free. It’s only the Caramel Almond & Sea Salt which contains dairy but is still gluten free.
You can see the full range of dairy free bars below, handy for those of us who have to or choose to avoid dairy.
They’re fantastic snacks to keep around the house and in your bag. Perfect for snacking emergencies. I find these bars really do fill me up which is perfect before the gym or when I’m on one of my many train journeys.
You really must try these handy bars, they’re so tasty. The concept is pretty simple. They focus on using whole ingredients like nuts, fruits and spices and then bind them together with honey.
Since trying them for the first time I’ve picked them up for friends and family and I even stumbled upon a new (to me) flavour in Holland & Barrett – Dark Chocolate Cherry Cashew. It’s probably one of my favourites along with Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt and Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate. They also have other flavours on their American website, I hope these ones come to the UK soon.
I can’t say I disliked any of the KIND bars but I did find the Maple Glazed Pecan & Sea Salt and the Madagascan Vanilla Almond a little too sweet for me. Phil really enjoyed these alongside all of the other flavours.
I love a brand with a solid mission:
‘We’re on a mission to make the world a little kinder and have been since we were founded in 2004. We call this the KIND Movement.’ Find out more over on their site
As I mentioned, I’ve continued to repurchase the KIND bars and buy them in Boots and Holland & Barrett. You can also find them over on Amazon. I actually have one of the Chocolate Cherry Cashew bars in my handbag now, I’m looking forward to having it with a cup of coffee.