Did I get your attention with the title? So I found this website the other day
It is a small line for now of copycat chocolate and candies that have been radically re-done in a healthy and environmentally friendly way.
Here is their company’s mission, inspiring in itself.
“You’d never find these people together in any other company in the world. But it works. Why? Because we’re drawn together by a common mission. To challenge what we’ve come to accept in our food and its effect on our health. To change the way junk food is made here in America and around the world. To unjunk the world.”
Unreal 54TM (
Which is the copy of M and M’s with peanuts
Nutrition Facts: Serving Size: 42g
AMOUNT PER SERVING:
- Fat Cal: 100
- Total Fat:11 grams
- Sat Fat:5
- Trans Fat:0
- Sodium: 20mg
- Carbs: 20g
Milk Chocolate (chocolate, skim milk, cane sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder, organic blue agave inulin, soy lecithin, vanilla extract), Peanuts, Cane Sugar, Calcium Carbonate, Peanut Oil, Colored with (beetroot juice, turmeric root extract, purple cabbage juice), Gum Arabic, Vanilla Extract, Carnauba Wax & Beeswax
Contains milk, soy, peanuts. May contain tree nuts, wheat.
Being healthy and being fit isn’t about being healthy ALL the time lets face it we sometimes just need a chocolate bar. For those people who work out the calories can be burned off but with traditional chocolate bars there was always that HFCS(High Fructose Corn Syrup) and all those preservatives. Now you can have your cake and eat it too. This is a relatively new company and when I found this I wanted to shout it from the rooftops!!!
Lets share this page, join the Facebook page show that we as a people really do want non GMO foods that are sustainable and wont cause diabetes, heck the Dairy even comes from organically grain fed cows(no corn in their bellies). Currently only 1,149 people like the group on Facebook. The more people who like this and show their support the more distribution, I want this bar in Canada!!!!
- The Health Benefits of Chocolate (berries.com)
- Decoding chocolate labels (thegazette.com)
- The Skinny on Chocolate (farmfoodieandfitness.com)