Built by Two Brothers Intent on Creating Natural and Gluten-Free Product Options
In 2008, Marshall, one of the founders of GFB, found out that he was celiac. Along with his brother, who was also gluten intolerant, they decided it was time for a true gluten-free to hit the market when they couldn’t find any good options out there. Creating GFB was also a no-brainer in 2010, as people were starting to search for better-for-you food options as well as foods without as many additives or preservatives. The brothers built the business with their own production facility and have been going strong ever since.
Gluten-Free Protein Bars Made with the Right Ingredients
The gluten-free bar isn’t just for those that are gluten-free. The ‘ridiculously tasty’ bar is packed full of protein which means that it’s also a great snack, keeping you full longer until your next meal. The GFB also makes other products, such as bites and breakfast pouches but the ingredients are the same for each product – natural, healthy and packed with nutrition. Some of the ingredients used in GFB products are nuts and seeds, real fruit such as cranberries, cherries and raisins, organic dark chocolate, organic brown rice, coconut and organic brown rice and pea proteins. All of their products are certified vegan, non-GMO, Kosher, and gluten-free.
A Certified B Corp with the Right Idea about Business
The GFB is a certified B Corp which means that it has made a commitment to meet rigorous social and environmental standards as well as have certain standards for accountability and transparency. The company is independently reviewed every two years to keep their certification. The GFB also operates a zero-waste facility and believes in giving back to their community which means encouraging their workers to volunteer, donating to organizations and non-profits and using local business as much as possible. GFB is also committed to helping those with fewer opportunities find work in their facility and especially individuals such as those recently released from incarceration.