Social impact brand “This Bar Saves Life,” which is co-founded by actor and entrepreneur Ravi Patel, has announced a new addition to its collection: new kid snack bars.
The company offers gluten-free, kosher and non-GMO snack bars to raise money to fight starvation in several countries.
According to the company, the new kid snack bars are school-safe, non-GMO project verified, gluten-free, and kosher and are made with clean ingredients, fruits, and vegetables.
The bars, it said, are also free of the top eight allergens, made without nuts, dairy, soy, or gluten, and contain only five gram of sugar and 100 calories per bar.
The new line of delicious bars come in three flavors: Chocolate Chip “Dino” mite, which is made with a blast of chocolate chips, wholesome oats, fruits, and veggies; Rockin’ Straw-beary, which is made with real strawberries, wholesome oats, fruits, and veggies; and S’mores Blast, prepared with chocolate chips, wholesome oats, cinnamon, fruits, and veggies for what the company says is a new take on the campfire classic.
The company suggested that these bars can also open up a global conversation to have with the kids, saying they can learn more about giving back because every box purchased sends life-saving food to a child in need.
“This Bar Saves Lives is on a mission to create a world where every child has the chance to thrive,” it said, adding that as of January 2019, more than 10 million life- saving packets of food have been sent to children in need.
Co-founders Bell, Ryan Devlin, Todd Grinnell and Patel launched This Bar Saves Lives with a simple motto, “Buy a bar. Feed a child. We eat together.”
Patel was the star of 2014 Hollywood comedy, “Meet The Patels,” and has made appearances on shows such as “Living Biblically,” “Wrecked,” “Master of None” and “Santa Clarita Diet.”