It’s all in the name. Sink your teeth into this creamy and super gooey peanut butter fudge bite, coated in a thin layer of rich vegan dark chocolate. Naturally sky-high in heart and brain loving healthy fats from nuts and seeds. It’s the ultimate not-so-guilty guilty pleasure.
Helps in bone health and formation (copper and magnesium in buckwheat and seeds)
Helps slow down the effects of ageing and inflammation (Vitamin E - antioxidant in cacao)
Assists in keeping your heart and brain healthy (monounsaturated fats in nuts and cacao butter)
Help with feeling satiated (fibre, fats and protein in seeds, cacao and nuts)
What goes in.
Dark chocolate* (70% raw cacao (nibs, butter) coconut sugar, pink salt), seeds* (activated buckwheat, pepita, sunflower, sesame, flax, hemp, chia), nuts* (peanut, cashew), cacao butter*, raw bush honey, rice protein*, dates*, cacao nibs* and pink lake salt.
Contains: peanuts, sesame seeds, tree nuts
* Certified organic
What's kept out.
Artificial colours and preservatives.
Did you know?
Did you know most of the commercially-made, so-called ‘healthy’ snack bars are loaded with as much sugar as a chocolate bar? Having too much sugar in your diet can cause a range of unfavourable issues from sugar crashes and weight gain to increased risk of heart disease.
Handmade with love in Byron Bay, New South Wales.
The Daily Bar
Before the folks at The Daily Bar were the folks at The Daily Bar, they were just like any of us: tired of eating so-called healthy snacks that were sneakily filled with dates, processed protein powders and other preservatives. So they set out to make a range of organic and natural treats that spoil our taste buds without spoiling our health, or our planet. Think decadent snack bars that are 100% natural, 100% organic and 100% guilt-free. Their boxes are recycled and printed with non-toxic vegetable inks, and their inner wrapper is completely biodegradable, so you can pop it in your compost. The Daily Bar’s mission is to tread lightly on the earth, leaving the smallest carbon footprint possible. They want to be as kind to mother nature as she is to us.