This Lemon Blueberry Cashew Butter Bar blends organic cashew butter with Michele's Granola, dried blueberries, lemon, quinoa, heirloom Mission almonds, and non-GMO pea protein. The result is a bar that tastes like your favorite smoothie bowl made portable! It's also vegan and free of gluten, soy, and palm.
About these Bars: Balanced, on-the-go nutrition doesn't have to sacrifice integrity, flavor, or freshness. The proof is in these fresh, handcrafted nut butter bars, which are made in small batches with fresh-roasted nut butter and the best whole ingredients out there. Equally tasty and nutritious without compromise, this is probably the kind of bar you'd make at home if you only had time. Especially coveted by competitive athletes, these fiber-rich, high-protein, antioxidant powerhouses are perfect as fuel for intense workouts and post-adventure recoveries and are also simply delicious hunger-curbing snacks.
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A lifelong peanut butter lover, the co-founder Mark first tried making his own in 1999 while living in a rural farming community in Zimbabwe, where he was a Peace Corps Volunteer. After harvest, community members would roast peanuts over open fires and pound them with stones into a thick paste, which was usually added to savory dishes. In an attempt to replicate the classically sweet, salty, and spreadable peanut butter from home that he craved, Mark made his own batches with the additions of honey, sea salt, and coconut oil. In the fall of 2010, Mark was inspired to recreate that unforgettable peanut butter experience he had in Africa. Excited to share these foods with others and turn these passions into a business, Mark and his wife, Megan, started Big Spoon Roasters in January 2011.
Big Spoon’s philosophy about food is based on the belief that food matters. It matters to our health, our happiness, and the well being of our planet. Food should be delicious, nutritious, and good for all those involved in producing it. Big Spoon Roasters sources ingredients from only trusted, transparent farms and producers that share our philosophy. They are honored to work with a number of like-minded organic growers and food producers, and they all help each other by collectively growing the demand for higher quality, sustainable agriculture.
The name “Big Spoon” is a tribute to Mark’s dad, Gary, of Kingsport, TN, where Mark and several generations of his paternal family grew up. One day, a six-year-old Mark walked into the family kitchen to find his dad having one of his favorite snacks – a big spoonful of peanut butter straight from the jar. Mark blurted out, “big spoon!” and the nickname stuck.
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