While over 60 countries worldwide restrict or ban the use of GMOs in consumer food products, there are no U.S. federal regulations against the use of GMOs. GMOs are created when biotech companies alter the DNA of different plants or animals by introducing replicate genes, or genes from other species. The use of GMOs in food products is swirled in controversy. A reliable way for consumers to know that they're not eating GMO-containing food is to select products that wear a seal from the Non-GMO Project.
"At Gnu Foods, we're passionate about giving our customers what they want: healthy, delicious fibre bars they can indulge in without having to wonder about the quality of the
ingredients," said Gnu Foods' Head of Operations, Carlos Andres Dueñas, who led the effort to achieve the Non-GMO Project's stamp of approval. "We're proud to say that FiberLove bars meet all of those desires, and then some."
FiberLove bars are also kosher and soy-free. Each bar provides 48% of the daily recommended value of fibre in a slim 130-160 calories. FiberLove's eight flavours are: Banana Walnut, Blondie Bar, Blueberry Cobbler, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Brownie, Cinnamon Raisin, Orange Cranberry, and Peanut Chocolate Chip.
About the Non-GMO Project
The Non-GMO Project offers North America's only independent verification for products made according to rigorous best practices for GMO (genetically modified organisms) avoidance.