Two Degrees All Natural Food Bars now available at Whole Foods Market

Two Degrees All Natural Food Bars now available at Whole Foods Market

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I recently received these free samples from Two Degrees, a socially conscious natural food bar that donates nutrition packs to children starving around the world through the World Health Organization. The bars I tried included chocolate peanut, apple pecan, and cherry almonds, all made with quinoa, chia and mullet whole grains. They were quite “healthy” tasting, a difference I could tell from the use of whole grain ingredients and natural foods. They are now available at Whole Food and you can read more about them below!

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Two Degrees® now available at Whole Foods Market® 

Two Degrees, the food company on a mission to help feed the world’s 200+ million hungry children, announced today the availability of its all-natural food bars at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide. Two Degrees is the first food company to adopt the one-for-one business model of social giving, donating one medically-formulated nutrition pack to a malnourished child for every one bar sold.

The nutrition packs that Two Degrees donates are endorsed by the World Health Organization and have become the global standard for treating childhood malnutrition. They are 95 percent effective in curing malnutrition, but only a fraction of children in need actually receive them. With the simple purchase of Two Degrees food bars, everyday consumers can help bridge this gap.

Two Degrees food bars are developed by the former Creative Chef and Director of Product Development for Odwalla, Barr Hogen. The bars are all-natural, gluten-free, vegan and under 200 calories, and come in three flavors: Chocolate Peanut, Cherry Almond and Apple Pecan. Two Degrees will begin selling nut-free flavors later this year. Individual bars retail for $2.49 and a box of nine bars retails for $21.99.

People can also make a difference by giving Two Degrees virtual bars to friends by email or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TwoDegrees. For every virtual bar given, Two Degrees donates a real nutrition pack to a malnourished child.

For more information and to locate your local Whole Foods Market selling Two Degrees, visit www.twodegreesfood.com.

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