Niagara Apple Bars

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by Taste of Nature
$5.89

‘They’ say “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Well, eating your apples has never been so easy with this new spiced up snack. Our Apple flavoured organic snack bar is as close as you can get to grandma’s homemade apple pie with on-the-go convenience. Bursting with premium ingredients like organic cashews, organic almonds, and organic apple, topped off with a spiced up kick of cinnamon, this bar is one you can indulge on without any of the snack time guilt.
5 bars -- 160g
Ingredients

Agave syrup*, sunflower seeds*, dried apples*, raisins* (raisins*, sunflower oil*), flaxseeds*, cashew*, brown rice syrup*, whole grain crisp brown rice*, peanuts*, almonds*, dried figs* (figs*, rice flour*), cinnamon*, sunflower oil blend* (sunflower oil*, mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract*), roasted peanuts*, Agar*. *Organic.

Contains: Peanuts, cashews, and almonds.
May contain: Other tree nuts and soy.
May contain: Pits and shells.

Vendor Info

From their website:

"Kim from a young age was always passionate about baking.   She received her first baking lessons by climbing on the kitchen counter watching her mom bake. Queen B Kitchen was dreamed up while working long shifts as a pastry chef in downtown Toronto. After years of producing somebody else's recipes, Kim longed to create her own, make them gluten-free and become the `Queen B’.  

 She began making small batches in her Kitchen Aid mixer, perfecting gluten-free versions of her favourite baked goods. Early the very next morning her husband David would deliver these gluten-free treats to cafes and fine food shops. 

 That’s how Queen B was born.  Today our products are still made in small batches with the best ingredients we can find.   Our baked goods are now certified Kosher and certified gluten-free.

 As we grow giving back is important to us.  A portion of each sale supports ONEXONE First Nations School Breakfast Program: which provides breakfast for children each school day in remote First Nations communities across Canada."