The food company said in a statement the Free & Naked Choc Orange Bar will be available at Woolies this month.
It is a delicious snack made from all natural ingredients including raisins, cocoa, sunflower seeds, coconut, sesame seeds, cacao nibs and orange. It is gluten-free, lunchbox friendly, vegan and FODMAP friendly.
Kez’s Kitchen’s Mixed Favourites will hit the health food aisle Coles in April. It has favourite biscuit varieties including Triple Chocolate, Anzac and Chocolate Chip.
FODMAP’s are sugars found in a variety of foods. In certain people FODMAP’s are poorly absorbed in the small intestine and pass into the large intestine. In the large intestine FODMAP’s trigger symptoms of IBS. This is where the problems start. The FODMAP diet is often followed by those experiencing IBS symptoms. It is believed that 1 in 7 Australians suffer some form of IBS. About 30 – 40 per cent of the populations suffer bloating and related issues after eating certain foods but do not fit the criteria for IBS. In addition, it is believed 30 per cent of Australians avoid gluten due to gut upset.
Kez’s Kitchen’s Free & Naked Choc Orange Bar is available for 5 pack at RRP $5.00 at Woolies in March. Kez’s Kitchen’s Mixed Favourites is available for 12 pack at RRP $4.95 at Coles in April.