Kashi - GoLean Plant-Powered Bar Dark Chocolate Cashew Chia - 12 x 1.59 oz. (45 g) Bars
Kashi GoLean Plant-Powered Bar Dark Chocolate Cashew Chia layers dark chocolate cashew butter with a multi-texture blend of cashews, chia, peanuts, rolled oats, buckwheat, millet and pea crisps. Each bite has plant-powered protein thanks to their unique blend of chewy grains, crunchy nuts and seeds. Mmmmm. A uniquely layered bar made from real food ingredients you can see — dark chocolate, cashews and chia. Enjoy synergistic balance in their new gluten-free GoLean Plant-Powered Dark Chocolate Cashew Chia bars with complete protein.
GoLean Plant-Powered Bar Dark Chocolate Cashew Chia Features:
- Multi-texture blend of cashews, chia, peanuts rolled oats, buckwheat and pea crisps
- Unique blend of chew grains, crunchy nuts and seeds
- Multi-source plant protein
- 8 g protein per serving
- 4 g fiber
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Dark Chocolate Cashew Chia flavor
- Includes 12 bars
What They Believe
Innovative Nutrition is Their Approach to Food
It means they value whole food and put the inherent nutrition of food first when considering every ingredient. It means they make their food with a plants-first mindset. It means they value not just the foods they make, but also how they make them by being progressive and mindful of sustainable and ethical farming practices. So inside every box, bag and wrapper, there’s not just real food, but a real food philosophy at work.
Ingredients with Gifts
They seek out ingredients that give nutritional benefits. They use plant-powered goodness in their foods because they believe the combination of taste, texture and nutritional benefits make every Kashi product the best it can be.
Thanks! They like it too. It may sound unusual, but the Kashi name has deep roots. A blended term inspired by “Kashruth,” meaning kosher or pure food, and “Kushi," from the founder of American macrobiotics, our name stands for wholesome foods made with real nutrition.
Serendipitously, they later learned Kashi has meanings in other languages: “porridge” in Russian, “happy” in Chinese, and “energy” in Japanese. And to think they almost landed on Graino.
Honor Their Roots
7 Whole Grains on a Mission
They started out on their mission with a simple dream. They’ve carried it with them ever since. Some 30 years ago, their founders envisioned the good that real food can do. They understood intuitively that real food has the power to do more than fill you with calories — it can create positive change in yourself and in the world.
This sparked the epiphany that led them to explore nutrition from simple whole grains. They discovered that, when combined, whole grains can provide progressive nutrition, even protein, while minimizing impact on the planet. Seven whole grains later, they liked where this was going.
That was 1984 and the start of their 7 Whole Grains & Sesame blend. Today they still seek out ingredients for their specific taste, texture and nutritional benefits — like protein, fiber and a variety of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients not found in most single-grain foods.
With the dream of healthier living for all, they ended up cultivating a food movement. Their approach to progressive nutrition from real ingredients still inspires the foods they make and their mission to nourish people and planet.
A Simple Commitment
Since 1984, Kashi has put everything it believes directly into the food it makes. They’re remembering their roots as they set their eyes on a brighter future to take their mission a step further. At Kashi, they want to continue their commitment to creating a more balanced food system. While they remain small at heart, they’re big enough to make a meaningful difference. They’re very proud of their growing list of Non-GMO Project Verified foods.
Their commitment: They’re so excited to announce all of their products will be Non-GMO Project Verified by summer 2016! Plus, they’ll continue to increase the use of organic ingredients where possible, while making sure to continue to provide the positive nutrition you expect from them.
Enjoy Real Food
Real food is not just meant to be eaten, but enjoyed. They think there’s a lot to love in the tastes, textures and nutrition that nature gives. The tangy sweetness of a blueberry, the warming power of a bowl of oatmeal, the crispness of a carrot — slowing down to savor these moments of interactivity with real food helps them appreciate nature’s gifts and better connects them not just to their environment, but themselves.
What’s more, they believe enjoying real food should be an everyday experience that they share. Because they believe eating better together is better for all.