Inspire a ‘kinder and healthier’ world with Kind

Kind has landed in Australia with the arrival of its “tasty and wholesome” snack bar range.

Kind products, which are said to have received international acclaim in the UK and US, use premium, better-for-you ingredients that are “kind to the body, without sacrificing quality or flavour”.

Founded by American-born social entrepreneur Daniel Lubetzky, Kind has been “created from the ground up to inspire a kinder and healthier world”.

“Packed” with “nutrient-dense first ingredients” like fruits, nuts and whole grains, Kind bars are claimed to be gluten free, and contain no artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives. The range also features bars that are high in fibre and protein.

Kind bars now available:

  • Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt
  • Caramel Almond & Sea Salt
  • Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate
  • Almond & Coconut

Kind Protein bars now available:

  • Crunchy Peanut Butter
  • Dark Chocolate Nut

Kind products are available from $3 from the likes of Coles, Coles Express, IGA, 7-Eleven, BP, EG and Amazon.

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