ActiveX - High Energy Bar Peanut Butter Chocolate Joy - 1.76 oz. (50 g)
ActiveX High Energy Bars are made with extremely High Quality 100% Organic "CERTIFIED" and 100% Natural Ingredients and they are Vegan and Kosher "CERTIFIED." They are very moist and packed full of amazing flavor, high energy, one of a kind treat for those who are aware of a good healthy life style. Most Organic bars add fillers and or date pastes as ingredients. They add theses date pastes and fillers to make up the weight of their bar compromising quality and taste to save on production costs with less Organic purity.
"Active X Energy Bars" were created by Shanais Pelka, a mother of 3 who had a strong desire to provide her kids with a well balanced healthy snack. Being very familiar with Health and Wellness with an MS Degree in Nutrition and a PHD Pending along with an MS Degree in Education was the foundation for making "Active X Energy Bars" available and competitively "UNTOUCHABLE". Active Health Foods, Inc. now owns the product and Shanais will continue to stay involved.
With "Active X Energy Bars" you get what you pay for, a bar that is 100% Organic "CERTIFIED", 100% Natural, and they are both Vegan and Kosher "CERTIFIED", moist and flavorful where the others are very dry, hard, and chalky. Due to ActiveX's higher standards for Quality, Superior Flavor, and Taste, making "Active X Energy Bars" the Leading, Top Selling Organic Energy Bar is eminent.
U.S. sales of organic food and beverages have grown from $1 billion in 1990 to $26.7 billion in 2010. Sales in 2010 represented a 7.7 percent growth over 2009 sales. Experiencing the highest growth in sales during 2010 were organic fruits and vegetables, up 11.8 percent over 2009 sales.
Organic food and beverage sales represented approximately 4 percent of overall food and beverage sales in 2010. Leading were organic fruits and vegetables, now representing over 11 percent of all U.S. fruit and vegetable sales.
Total U.S. organic sales, including food and non-food products, were $28.682 billion in 2010, up 9.7 percent from 2009.
Retailers including mainstream supermarkets and club/warehouse stores in 2010 were responsible for 54 percent of all organic food sales. Natural retailers were responsible for 39 percent and the other 7 percent were sales from export, the Internet, farmers markets, mail order, and boutique and specialty stores.