The Primal Pantry Real Food Revolution

I’m a huge foodie and the older I get the more I appreciate the value of nutrition for good health and fitness. Being vegan I love to cook up fresh and wholesome homemade meals for the children and I, yet when I’m out and about and in need of a snack I’m overwhelmed by the sugary, fat-filled, synthetic over-processed junk that floods the supermarkets. That was until I discovered the Primal Pantry of course!

The Primal Pantry Real Food Revolution

The Primal Pantry Real Food Revolution

Created by nutritionalist Suzie Walker the Primal Pantry bars are all handmade in the UK, cold-pressed and contain only real food ingredients that are free from additives, preservatives, flavourings and colourings. The natural ingredients are specially selected to provide high nutritional values to support an active lifestyle to take you all the way from your desk to the gym and back again with the perfect amount of the energy and protein your body needs to function at its best.

Available in a range of flavours including coconut and macadamia, almond and cashew, brazil nut and cherry, hazelnut and cacao and apple and pecan the bars are packed with flavour, irresistibly succulent, squishy, moist, light, uplifting, fruity and naturally sweet and leave me literally drooling at the thought of my next bite. You can’t beat the taste of real honest energy food compared to high-fat low-energy junk. These bars are perfect for paleo diets, vegetarians and vegans alike as they contain no gluten, grain, refined sugar, soya, dairy, GMO or vegetable oils, just a few raw ingredients as nature intended. Available at Holland & Barrett, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Ocado I’m thrilled to see leading national stores finally offering a healthy selection of delicious snacks.

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Tracy Kiss

Social influencer, Bodybuilder, Mother, Vegan
London, UK

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