The problem with most convenient snack products on the market - they skimp on the organic certification and leave us wondering what shortcuts have been taken...
These shortcuts include sourcing nuts that have been tainted with PPO (propylene oxide), irradiated and heavily sprayed with herbicides and pesticides.
Here's a label reading tip - If a product is certified organic, you know it has NOT been irradiated, which is simply the process of exposing food and or it's packaging to radiation.
Supernola gets the thumbs up from Ritzfit Nation for working tirelessly to achieve the organic level standard.
When I first found Supernola they were not certified organic. The only thing missing was operating out of a certified organic facility.
When I first met Cindy I knew she had a great product and she had relentless plans to improve upon it.
I'm proud to announce - mission accomplished! Certified Organic Baby!
The fact that she uses 18 ingredients in her snacks and is able to source all organic ingredients is beyond impressive!
- Certified Organic
- Certified Paleo
- Grain/Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
Recently USDA Certified Organic
Ingredients: almonds*, cashews*, sunflower seeds*, pumpkin seeds*, raw coconut nectar*, coconut*, walnuts*, pecans*, brazil nuts*, dried dragon fruit*, virgin coconut oil*, chia seeds*, hemp seeds*, flax seeds*, red maca*, lemon oil*, black lava salt, ginger*
* denotes organic ingredient
Beneath the Label
Aside from checking all the boxes, Supernola is proud to be mindful from A to Z. From their manufacturing facility that is free from gluten, dairy, peanuts AND powered by 100% renewable energy. Their manufacturing facility is proudly Organic Certified.
Which Expert Approved?
Leanna Tu - Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
“Supernola doesn't skimp on ingredient quality. Their bars are made of organic nuts and seeds, coconut oil, spices, and small amounts of dried fruit. It's devoid of blood-sugar-spiking sweeteners (such as brown rice syrup or cane sugar) and instead uses raw coconut nectar. Coconut nectar is low glycemic has low levels of fructose -- which is the no-good sugar that's prevalent in agave. All this pays off in that these bars have 50-70% less sugar than comparable products on the market!”