Café Outfitter: Snack Bars


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[W]hen hungry customers are on the hunt for something quick and tasty, individually wrapped bars are an ideal solution for sensible snacking. Whether you have a full food menu or you’re working towards breaking out of the “coffee-only” category, these bars offer options to customers seeking a compact coffee complement or a healthy solution for late-day hunger.


1) Bobo’s Oat Bars
Vegan, gluten-free, and GMO-free, Bobo’s Oat Bars are made with natural and organic ingredients to give you the taste of home no matter where you are. With full- and bite-size options, these oat bars are designed for smart snacking and portable deliciousness. Bobo’s Oat Bars are available in sixteen flavors.


2) UGo Bars
These all-natural, hand-crafted snack bars are made with the freshest ingredients and no preservatives. With a three-month shelf life, UGo Bars pair well with a cup of coffee or even a long run. Choose from four distinct flavors: the peanut-butter-sandwich-inspired Anutter, the chewy, coconut Cool Bar, the peanut and cacao Wanderlust, and the sweet and nutty Ultra.


3) Simple Squares
Savory-sweet and organic, Simple Squares are infused with honey and herbs and made with just five whole-food ingredients. Certified paleo, gluten-free, and non-GMO, these bars come in eight savory flavors to appeal to customers with a wide range of dietary needs. Bars come in packs of twelve.


4) Earnest Eats
Baked with almond butter and oats, Earnest Eats bars are a powerhouse of nutrition that stays soft and chewy on-the-go. Free of soy, dairy, and wheat, these vegan bars ship in twelve-count trays that are ready to display. Choose from five flavor options: Choco Peanut Butter, Almond Trail Mix, Cran Lemon Zest, Double Choco Espresso, and Apple Ginger.

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