Except for the Peanut Honey Pretzel bars which contain honey as one of the main ingredients, the rest such as Caramel Walnut Brownie, Dark Chocolate Hazelnut, Mint Chocolate Chip, Vanilla Almond, Blueberry Bliss, and Dark Chocolate Mocha Almond are all vegan.
Just to clarify, though, in response to whether Clif Bar and Company’s products are vegan, the company confirms that they do not use any animal-based ingredients. However, they advise consumers to look out for labels that state ‘contains’ or ‘may contain’ dairy products to be on the safe side. That means even though they are considered vegan, they may have come into contact with kitchen equipment which has been used to prepare non-vegan options.
The Luna Bars by Clif Bar and Company are manufactured to provide nutritional protein, organic, and fiber value, especially for women. The company has even gone an extra mile to develop the famous LunaFest in 2000 which was aimed at raising funds towards breast cancer, as one of its corporate social responsibility programs and a remarkable $400,000 and more has been raised since.
What ingredients to expect in Luna Bars
Some of the ingredients contained in Luna Bars include:
- organic cashews,
- organic rolled oats,
- almond butter,
- organic sunflower oil,
- unsweetened chocolate,
- organic dried cane syrup.
Mineral nutrients include calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, ascorbic acid, thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, and Niacinamide (Vitamin B3).
Nonetheless, Luna Bars are an ideal option for snacking. A single bar is enough to calm your rumbling tummy whenever it demands food before time or power you with on-the-run energy when you can’t spare some time to sit down to a decent meal.
Much as the idea of fixing nutrition bars from the comfort of your kitchen seems atypical, there is always room for the creative DIY to fix this delicious nutrient-packed snack at home. Why not try this simple vegan power bar recipe shared by Camilla?
Have you ever fixed any nutrition bar at home? What was it like?