Raw Revolution bars are kosher, vegan, and preservative-free, without refined sugars, gluten, soy, wheat, peanut, or animal products. All their products are made in a facility which is gluten-, peanut-, and animal-product-free.
Along with 17 other testers, I tasted their various bars, and there was not a single one out of the ten that we didn’t like. My absolute favorite is the Spirulina and Cashew, which has other ingredients such as sprouted flaxseeds, agave, dates, and ground almonds. It felt as if every bite was giving my body life.
All the bars were unique in flavor—Coconut & Agave, Raspberry & Chocolate, and Raisin & Chocolate to name a few.
Raw Indulgence is the company name founded by a registered nurse and natural foods chef. She developed a passion for preparing and eating raw foods, making alternatives to her two-year-old son’s snacks. Friends loved her snacks and suggested she go into business. But how could she, as the mother of an active two-year-old? Still, she tested and developed her first brownies, and the response was overwhelming. The rest is history.
Raw Revolution currently offers 14 products. Their Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough has chips with soy and soy lecithin, yet all other products are guaranteed soy-free. All ingredients are certified organic and are raw, living foods and carry more nutrients than your typical cooked foods and processed bars. One bar goes a long way!
We felt with the denseness of the ingredients it would be best to be sure and up ones intake of water while eating these bars, especially for those with a sensitive stomach, healing gut or high fiber sensitivity. If you were diagnosed celiac, then discuss this with your doctor.
See the video review on these nutritious bars here or below.
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Note: Unfortunately, my staff and I have called the company several times to ask some important questions for celiacs such as regarding their facility and testing, and we haven’t heard back or should say very seldom have they returned my call and then do not answer once again for many days or even over a week. We have never been able to get our questions answered at date of this post.
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