Friday, November 5, 2010

Barbara's Bakery Healthy Foods Review

Barbara’s Bakery products make a great fit for families because every item in the entire product line is made free of harmful ingredients such as hydrogenated oils, artificial flavors, preservatives and additives and high fructose corn syrup. As more families are choosing healthy lifestyles, they can turn to Barbara’s Bakery for all-natural products that they can both trust and the whole family will love. In fact, in honor of its 40th birthday, Barbara’s Bakery is making a stand and saying NO to the bad stuff, and YES to natural foods, and would like to encourage others to do the same!

You may have noticed at your local grocery store that Barbara’s Bakery, a leader in natural foods for 40 years, recently got a makeover with new products and a new look. With its new packaging, Barbara’s hopes to make their products more identifiable on grocery store shelves and, as a result, empower shoppers to say NO to unnatural foods.
Barbara’s says NO to: Hydrogenated Oils, Artificial Flavors, Artificial Preservatives, Refined Sugar, Trans Fats, Artificial Additives, and High Fructose Corn Syrup.
So what did we really think of all this "goodness"?
Barbara's Bakery sent us their “Gift of NO Box” filled with a variety of goodies, including Snackimals chocolate chip cookies, White Cheddar Baked Cheese Puffs, the new High Fiber cereal and gluten-free Multigrain Puffins.  My kids loved the Cheese Puffs and the Snackimals chocolate chip cookies (of course)!  I love the stayed crunchy, even in milk!  Yum!  My kid's have asked for the cookies in their lunches on a regular basis, so it's off to find them sold locally or order them directly!
Disclosure:  This post was written for Family Review Network & Barbara's Bakery who provided the complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest review.


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