KIND Snacks Charity Review

Being a big supporter and fan of healthy eating such as eating Non-GMO foods and snacks, I loved that I was given the opportunity to review KIND bars. Have you seen these? They are popping up everywhere in stores. They are packed with all the good stuff and not the junk that other bars are filled with. Natural, wholesome ingredients. Like I said, the biggest thing that turned me onto these was that they are GMO-free!

In the pack I was sent, I received three different kind of bars to try out.


Have you tried KIND bars yet? What do you think of them? I wanted to give these a try and I must say, my husband doesn't listen to me and he thought I went out and bought these for him to take to the gym. So i come home to an open box and wrappers all over the counter.

Yup, he ate them all. And so I told him then he has to do my review for them LOL. He said that he really liked these. He didn't think he would like them as much as the other bars he has been eating, but he said he was really amazed and surprised that they are not bitter. They taste great and he would go purchase them from now on at the store.

{they must be good if he ate all of the bars I got in the box}
He said his favorite was the Almond & Apricot bar.

So they pass the husband approval test for taste, ingredients, and price. So I guess we will be buying these in the future!

Also, KIND Healthy Snacks has teamed up with Dr. Elizabeth Thompson, radiation oncologist and founder of BFFL Co to offer a limited-edition BreastBFFL Bag for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

The limited edition Breast BFFLBag ( contains all the essential items a women needs during the first days following breast cancer surgery including KIND bars, a toiletries kit, amusement pack, skinceuticals, comfort pillow, drainage pack, collapsible water bottle, and expandable folder for important paperwork.

For every bag sold in October, KIND will donate an extra $5 to Friends Fighting Breast Cancer. You can purchase the bag for a woman in your life who is recovering from breast cancer or "Do the KIND Thing" by purchasing one to donate to an anonymous, deserving patient.

Can't commit financially - no worries! Within each of the donated bags we will be including words of encouragement from women across the country. Submit your note to one of these brave women anywhere on KIND's Facebook wall ( or to and we'll be sure it makes its way to a deserving patient.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. Sounds like such a good idea to me, and pretty delicious as well!

  2. I LOVE these bars. They replace candy when I get a craving. :)