“I LOVE these bars!! Being celiac, I cannot have gluten which leaves out a lot of bars I can have. These are by far the best I have found. It’s very hard to decide which is a favorite. KIND – what a great concept!” -Mary Joe V.
“I just wanted to tell someone at your company how much I LOVE these “KIND” Fruit and Nut bars! They are awesome!" -Robert T. with Bank of America, Charlotte, NC
“Oh my heavens! My husband and I discovered Kind Fruit & Nut Delight a couple of weeks ago, and are completely addicted. Just wanted to let you know how much we LOVE your product (and your philosophy). Thanks.” -Cassi E.
“I just wanted to let you know that the Almond & Apricot bar is the best snack bar I have ever had. Sometimes I have 2 for lunch. It is delicious and it’s becoming an addiction for me. Thank you for promoting such a superior product.” -Carmen L. K., West Palm Beach, Florida
“I just wanted to tell you since I discovered your KIND Bars: Almond & Apricot, Fruit & Nut Delight, Nut Delight, I could never get satisfied with any of the other bars. It is right up my alley because I love nuts and they are great! I eat at least one bar a day, because of the diet I am on and I love them.” -Rose M., Totowa, NJ
Source: KIND Healthy Snacks.
Selected Media Mentions, 2010:
Yoga Journal, editors featured KIND Almond and Apricot as a delicious and satisfying snack in the article “Feeling Nutty.” The story highlighted the nutrient-packed properties of almonds and recommended a handful of items as a ‘healthy snacker’s delight.’
ABC’s Desperate Housewives star, Julie Benz, named KIND Almond & Apricot as her go-to snack in OK! Magazine.
The Huffington Post featured the success of KIND’s unique, social-minded business model in the article, “Despite Economy, Not-Only-For-Profit Business is Thriving.”
Health.com editors featured KIND in a Foodie Friday post. In this review, the editors described KIND as sweet and hearty while explaining that the bars “satisfy a sweet craving without leaving you standing in front of the vending machine an hour later.” The editors went on to explain that KIND bars are created with a conscience while highlighting the Do the KIND Thing initiative, which allows people to turn KIND acts into financial support for important causes.
The editors of SparkPeople, a leading healthy living Web site, featured KIND as one of the favorite snacks that they are currently eating. The editors described KIND as filling and delicious while explaining that if you like bars with short ingredients lists, you’ll like KIND.
Behind the Burner editor Divya Gugnani featured KIND in a “Snack Smarter” segment on Weekend Today. The anchor introduces KIND as “delicious” while explaining that she is typically not a fan of bars. Divya then goes on to explain that KIND bars are all natural and are “made from ingredients that you can both see and pronounce.”
In O, The Oprah Magazine, staffers named 100 people, places, ideas and stuff they’re loving more than ever, one of which was KIND whole nut and fruit bars! Staffers explained that by snacking on KIND bars “you can now power your day the way Mother Nature intended: with honey, almonds, and cranberries.”
American Baby featured KIND PLUS Cranberry Almond + Antioxidants as one of the “Supermarket Stars”, citing KIND as one of the 50 tastiest on- the-go foods in the January issue.