Barvocado its introducing a first-of-its-kind upcycled energy bar made with avocado fruit and seed, plus superfood ingredients. Packed with seven grams of protein, the Barvocado Avocado Energy Bars offer a snack that's as nutritious as it is committed to reducing food waste. As the brand describes, "Instead of tossing the avocado seed aside, we upcycle it! This not only helps reduce food waste but also utilizes the nutrition of the fruit’s core."
The avocado-based energy bars from Barvocado are produced in flavors like Matcha Moringa, Coconut Maca and Cacao Sunflower, each of which is packed with its own unique benefits. The well-balanced snack bars are vegan, gluten-free and non-GMO, and they have the potential to help fuel people on hikes, in the gym or in the middle of a busy day.
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Barvocado Makes Nutrient-Dense Bars with the Avocado Fruit & Seed
1. Upcycled Food Products - Innovative companies can upcycle food waste to create new, sustainable food products.
2. Superfood Snacks - The growing trend of health-conscious consumers creates opportunities for nutrient-dense snacks with unique ingredients.
3. Sustainable Packaging - Consumers are seeking out brands that prioritize environmentally-friendly packaging solutions.
1. Food Manufacturing - Food manufacturers can innovate by incorporating upcycled ingredients and superfoods into their product lineup.
2. Fitness and Exercise - The fitness industry can tap into the popularity of healthy snacks and seek out new partnerships with companies creating nutrient-dense and sustainable energy products.
3. Packaging Industry - Creating sustainable and eco-friendly packaging solutions can be a lucrative opportunity for companies in the packaging industry.