Freedom Foods Messy Monkeys Mango And Apple Snack Bars 8pk
Messy Monkeys Snack Bars Mango & Apple provide a good source of fibre with no added sugar.
100% Natural sugars (nothing artificial!) + 26% of kids’ daily fibre intake (kids aged 4-5!*) = Nourishing snacking on-the-go!
Messy Monkeys Snack Bars are made with real sulphite-free fruit & legumes, and have no artificial flavours, colours or sugars – absolutely no nasties!
Messy Monkeys Bars are low in saturated fat, and for kids aged 4-8 they are 26% of their daily fibre needs*! They are the perfect snack for your active monkey to have more fun.
Freedom Foods are passionate about ensuring our products are gluten-free. Our rigorous process includes testing of raw materials, throughout the production process, and testing every batch of the finished product to internationally validated methods.
Gluten-free (Free from Gluten as found in Wheat, Rye, Barley, Spelt and Triticale and does not contain oats).
Real fruit pieces.
No added sugar.
Dried Fruit (44%) (Apple (19%), Raisins (Raisins, Sunflower Oil), Mango (10%)), Soluble Corn Fibre, Navy Bean Flour, Sunflower Seeds, Canola Oil. (GM-free and Sulphite free fruit).
Made in Australia
About the company
From the headquarters in Sydney, Freedom Foods Company made the mission to not only make delicious and healthy food but to lead the ‘free from’ food movement in Australia. The company helped to establish health sections in supermarkets and adopted the most stringent allergen testing practices in the country. Because why bother doing something if you’re not going to do it right…right?
in 2009, Freedom Foods opened the doors to dedicated ‘free from’ factory in Stanbridge (near Leeton in the Riverina in New South Wales). It’s one of just a few factories around the world with facilities ‘free from’ allergens, such as wheat, rye, barley triticale and nuts.
Now with 6 state-of-the-art factories and more than 150 products, Freedom Foods company is always looking for ways to make products it better. Whether it’s creating new snacks, trying new flavours or finding new ways of making the food more nutritious.