“This Bar Saves Lives” Fighting Hunger Around the World!

Posted: August 8, 2013 in Benevolent, Charities, Ordinary People/Extraordinary Things
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Giving Partners, Organic Bars, Healthy Bars, This Bar Saves Lives, Fighting Malnutrition, Dark Chocolate Cherry & Sea Salt? Madagascar Vanilla Almond & Honey? Wild Blueberry Pistachio? As wholesome and delicious as these flavors sound, they serve a global purpose to help save lives. These fanciful flavors are part of This Bar Saves Lives campaign to raise awareness and funds to help fight malnutrition around the world. Founders Ryan Devlin, Todd Grinnell and Ravi Patel have combined their education, passions and professions into the creation of all natural bars, that are non-GMO and use ethically sourced ingredients from the best farms. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) produce genetically modified foods introduced by way of genetic engineering or mutagenesis. There is much criticism with GMO’s due to safety, ecological and economic concerns. Wild blueberries from Maine, roasted pistachios from California and clover honey from Wisconsin create This Bar Saves Lives (Made in America) brand to be proud of. Read more about the nutritional facts on their website.

Why support such a cause? Because when you buy one of these delicious bars, their non-profit partner makes a life-saving packet of food to give a child who needs it the most around the world. The statistics are mind-blowing when you think about the number of children who succumb to malnutrition. Every year, acute malnutrition claims approximately 2.6 million children, who suffer from wasting (extreme thinness) or edema (swelling) which often results from illness and lack of nutritious foods.

The company prides themselves on transparency. During a time when so many people are leery of many non-profit organizations for a myriad of reasons, This Bar Saves Lives in conjunction with their Giving Partners are very open about their quarterly Giving Report that outlines in detail the aid they have donated, where it went and their plans for the future.

For more information about This Bar Saves Lives, visit their website http://www.thisbarsaveslives.com/. Keep up with the latest news and promotions from This Bar Saves Lives by following them on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, You Tube or Instagram.

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  1. Thanks so much for the support guys. We really appreciate it!

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