(The Triangle Trend) — ALOHA protein bars are now officially available at your local North Carolina Harris Teeter. Before my fitness gurus out there start questioning the importance of this announcement with the hundreds of other protein bars out there…let’s just say ALOHA protein bars are built differently.
Other than being absolutely delicious, these low sugar protein bars are:
- USDA Organic
- 14 grams of plant-based protein
- Certified Vegan
- Certified Kosher
- Stevia and artificial ingredients free
So yes, you can say goodbye to stomach cramps and bloating. These non-GMO protein bars are made to make you feel your best and move your best. They’re dessert-level delicious and give your muscles the recovery boost that they need after an intense workout.
This story is not sponsored; we’re just happy these hit NC shelves.
ALOHA protein bar flavors include:
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, with its two sources of protein being brown rice and pumpkin. It’s sweetened by Tapioca Fiber, contains 4 grams of sugar, 240 calories, 11 grams of net carbs, and 13 grams of fiber.
- Chocolate Fudge Brownie, with its two sources of protein also being brown rice and pumpkin. It’s sweetened by Tapioca Fiber, contains 5 grams of sugar, 220 calories, 14 grams of net carbs, and 12 grams of fiber.
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, with its source of protein being brown rice. This bar is also sweetened by Tapioca Fiber. It contains 4 grams of sugar, 220 calories, 11 grams of net carbs, and 14 grams of fiber.
- Chocolate Mint, with its two sources of protein being brown rice and pumpkin. Identical to the Chocolate Fudge Brownie flavor, this bar is sweetened with Tapioca Fiber sugar and contains 5g of sugar, 220 calories, 14 grams of net carbs, and 12 grams of fiber.
- Caramel Sea Salt with its two sources of protein also being Brown Rice and Pumpkin. This bar is sweetened with Tapioca Fiber and contains 3 grams of sugar, 220 calories, just 9 grams of net carbs, and 14 grams of fiber.
- Vanilla Almond Crunch with its two sources of protein being Brown Rice and Pumpkin, sweetened with Tapioca Fiber and Tapioca Syrup, and containing 5 grams of sugar, 260 calories, 17 grams of net carbs, and 6 grams of fiber.
Rather impressively, ALOHA is a newly certified B-corp, which means that the brand is devoted to the greater good. The Non-GMO Project has confirmed that all of their products are free of genetically modified organisms. Every single component that goes into this employee-owned company’s offerings is important to them.
From taking care of their workers with sustainable wages and ethical practices to nurturing the communities around them and the land that feeds us all, ALOHA is committed to doing everything they can to make the world a better place. They’re consciously constructing a business that serves a higher purpose and we think that’s a beautiful thing.
Their crew has been dedicated to producing excellent meals the healthy, ethical, and loving way since the beginning. Their organic accreditation ensures that your ALOHA products are as good for you as they are tasty.
All their goods are produced without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors. Beyond the delightful, healthy taste of these freshly grown choices, they feel that conscientious sourcing techniques are important because of their communal impact. Organic farming is much more sustainable than conventional ones, which makes it a true shame that so many companies go with the latter methods. Alternatively, by sourcing exclusively organic materials, ALOHA is contributing to the long-term preservation of natural resources. All of this is to suggest that ALOHA has always been, continues to be, and will continue to be organic. I’d drink one of their plant-based protein shakes to that.
You can also find these bars in Sprout’s, Kroger, The Fresh Market, Publix, and Wegmans.
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