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Freedom Foods becomes finalist at the 2018 World Innovation Awards

Messy MonkeysFreedom Foods has announced yesterday its Barley+ Seven Seeds Bars & Messy Monkeys Wholegrain Bites took out the finalist spots at the 2018 World Innovation Awards.

Australian food company said in a statement Barley+ Seven Seeds Bar became the finalist for the ‘Best’ Snack category.

Barley+ is a breakfast muesli, flatbread wrap and muesli bar range launched recently in the market. The product range is rich in a special high fibre, non-genetically modified barley whole grain called Barley max, developed by CSIRO using conventional plant breeding methods and is very high in resistant starch fibre, soluble fibre and insoluble fibre.

Freedom Foods said sports professionals including Rabbitohs, Waratahs, Victorian Amateur Football Association, Olympian Swimmer Leisel Jones and high-profile dieticians including ‘The Fitness Dietician’, Leanne Ward have incorporated Barley+ in their diets driven by the value of good gut health and its fat loss benefits. Three of the Rabbitohs team undertook a pre-season gut reboot losing a combined 14.1kg.

“The new range of Messy Monkeys bites makes getting kids to eat a healthier diet a whole load easier,” said nutritional advisor Dr Joanna McMillan.

While award-winning product Messy Monkeys Wholegrain Bites contain only natural ingredients, has no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Food manufacturer there’s no palm oil, MSG or other nasties in these either. It’s a good addition for any canteen or lunchbox, with a Health Star Rating of 4.

After launching Messy Monkeys Wholegrain Bites, Freedom Foods is will also launch new product range extensions over the coming months.

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