All Natural Energy Bar by Bora Bora
Bora Bora Organic Foods All Natural Energy Bar Tribal Cinnamon Oatmeal 1.4oz (40g)
Bora Bora Organic Foods All Natural Energy Bar Tribal Cinnamon Oatmeal is made with wholesome rolled oats, chewy raisins and salty peanuts. On Bora Bora, pure energy comes from pure food. So when you need to get going, all you need is all that’s here. Get going, any time of the day.
- Gluten Free
- No Refined Sugar
- All Natural Bars
As Pure as the place. Far from our hectic world, native people live healthy, totally natural lives. Bora Bora products are inspired by the tastes of this place. Organic, all-natural, with nothing artificial added, ever. Enjoy your trip to Bora Bora.
- Rolled Oats have been shown to lower blood pressure, reduce blood-sugar spikes and promote general health.
- Raisins are known for their unique phenol content, which has antioxidant activity. Raisins are thought to promote better bone health and may protect against macular degeneration.
- Peanuts are thought to promote healthy cholesterol levels, are a good source of essential fats and minerals and are rich in antioxidants.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your Connection to the island of Bora Bora?
After a few lead members of their team took a trip to the island...they were so inspired by the spirit and purity of the place, that they returned to create their company and products around that same way of life:
- All Natural or Certified Organic
- No Refined Sugars
- No Preservatives
- Gluten Free
- Non GMO
- Non Dairy
- Zero Trans-Fats
- No Soy
Where is Bora Bora?
Bora Bora is one of the Society Islands of French Polynesia. It’s located at latitude 16° 27'S and longitude 151° 45'W. To get here from Los Angeles, you’ll fly south/southwest for approximately eleven hours.
To What Country Does Bora Bora Belong?
The concept of “country” may seem a bit strange when applied to Bora Bora, but it, along with 117 other islands make up the county of French Polynesia.
Do Bora Bora Bars Contain Ingredients Native To French Polynesia?
Their goal is to use as many ingredients as possible from French Polynesia. They begin by trying to source these ingredients directly from the French Polynesian islands, however, they must also meet the highest quality standards. Currently, at least one key ingredient comes from the South Pacific.
What is the difference between Organic and Natural?
No, no, no and no – and they never will. All Bora Bora bars are either All Natural or Certified Organic. Although organic foods are natural by definition, the term "natural” applies to foods that are minimally processed and free of synthetic preservatives, artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors and other artificial additives, growth hormones, antibiotics, hydrogenated oils, stabilizers and emulsifiers. The term "organic' refers not only to the food itself, but also to how it was produced. In addition to the above “natural” standards, foods labeled “organic” must be certified by the USDA, and must be grown and processed using organic farming methods that recycle resources and promote biodiversity.
Do Bora Bora Product contain Gluten?
No, all Bora Bora bars are Gluten Free, and are tested regularly.
Why are Bora Bora Bars available in three families?
They know a lot about real food, and that different foods have different natural effects on the body, so they asked people what kinds of benefits they wanted from food and made a Bora Bora family for each – Antioxidant-live Long, Superfood-Feel Great and Energy-Get Going.
Will Bora Bora products include more than bars?
Yes, please look for their healthy, functional, nutritional beverages coming soon.
What is the company doing to help the environment?
Bora Bora Ltd. donates 10% of the profits from their products back to initiatives that support sustainable farming, renewable energy resources and minimize their waste. All their corrugated packaging supports and uses wind power and is sourced through the Forest Stewardship Council, an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests. For more information, please visit http://www.fsc.org.
Are Bora Bora Bars Vegan
Yes, all but their Exotic Coconut Almond, Paradise Walnut Pistachio, Hula Cacao Hazelnut, and Traditional Quinoa Apricot bars. These four bars are sweetened with honey, instead of agave nectar.
What Sweeteners are used in Bora Bora Bars?
They sweeten their bars with all natural fruits, organic agave syrup, honey, and brown rice syrup.
Why do you use organic agave syrup?
Agave syrup (or nectar) has only recently been discovered as a sweetener. It has a low glycemic level and is a delicious alternative to table sugar. Agave nectar contains no processing chemicals and, it can be very useful for people who are diabetic, have insulin resistance or are simply watching their carbohydrate intake. Agave syrup (or nectar) does not crystallize during the baking process like cane syrup or raw sugar, therefore, it remains soft and moist for maximum flavor and taste.
Are Bora Bora Bars Kosher?
Yes, all their bars are certified Kosher by The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations.
What else would you like to know?
Use the contact form to ask anything else you’d like to know about Bora Bora or their products. Thank you.
Healthy Goes Beyond The Bars
They're a food company committed to healthy living, nourishment and the planet. Of course, their promise is immediately evident in the bars they make, but they believe healthy food should be enjoyed alongside a healthy environment, go we're also committed to initiatives that support sustainable farming practices, renewable energy resources and minimize their waste.
Unwrap and Enjoy!
Allergen Warning: Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and soy. May contain pit or shell fragments.
About Bora Bora
A food food company committed to healthy living, nourishment and the planet. Of course, our promies is immediately evident in the bars we make, but we believe healthy food should be enjoyed alongside a healthy environment, so we're also committed to initiatoves that support sustainable farming practices, renewable energy resources and minimize our waste.
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