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Worth a trek

Trek_cocoa A long walk around the cliffs requires some sustenance and I can't get enough of these 'cocoa brownie' Trek bar's. Initially tempted by the name, I must admit these taste nothing like a regular chocolate brownie, more like a cocoa laced fruit and nut bar. Made from raw wholefood, natural non-GM ingredients with added ginkgo biloba and ginseng - the Trek bar promises to give you natural energy that lasts. Plus it's suitable for vegetarians and vegans.  Makers, Natural Balance Foods claim to do their best to support environmental, social and ethical causes.

A percentage of the sales of these bars goes to the global humanitarian organisation Care International. Trek bar's are provided for every participant in the Care International Challenge Series 2006/7 - outdoor pursuits to challenge poverty.

For less energy (for say, sitting at your computer all day) but more cocoa taste then try the 'cocoa loco' Nakd bars by the same makers.  The bars are available to buy in bulk from Natural Balance Foods for £24.99 for 24.  I got mine in Sainsbury's for £1 something. [Ella]

March 31, 2006 in Food & drink | Permalink

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