Slow Food for Fast Lives Gluten Free Bars Review

The new craze is savory flavored snack bars. Why not!? We eat them constantly as meal replacements, and honestly too much sugar is not the greatest thing for our bodies, in any form. Instead, learn about and try the new bars from Slow Foods for Fast Lives in my review. Then stay tuned in on Wednesday, September 10 for the giveaway where we’ll be giving away $60 worth of bars! Enter through October 9, 2014.

Review of Slow Food for Fast Lives Bars



All bars by Slow Foods for Fast Lives are certified by the the Gluten Intolerance Group  of North America (GIG). The guarantee that the gluten content is at or below 10 parts per million (ppm). The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) requires that all products labeled gluten free are below 20 ppm.



Slow Food for Fast Lives bars are Gluten Free, Vegan, and Kosher. They are made of real ingredients and are low on the glycemic scale.



California Bar:

Almonds, brown rice syrup, salba chia, tapioca, coconut oil, pomegranate arils, almond butter, broccoli, spinach, quinoa, orange juice concentrate, kale, lemon, glycerine, dry gluten free Tamari, salt, ginger root, cinnamon, honey.


Moroccan Bar:

Pistachios, brown rice syrup, currants, tapioca syrup, tahini, lentils, coconut oil, sesame seeds, lemon vegetable glycerine, sea salt, garlic powder, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, cumin.


Thai Bar:

Peanuts, brown rice syrup, brown rice crisps (brown rice, brown rice syrup, sea salt), tapioca syrup, peanut butter, red pepper, coconut oil, agave syrup, bell pepper, lime, vegetables glycerine, sea salt, green onions, basil, garlic powder, chili pepper, onion powder.


Indian Bar:

Cashews, brown rice syrup, tapioca syrup, cauliflowers, lentils, coconut, coconut oil, potatoes, peas, mangoes, tomatoes powder, vegetable glycerine, sea salt, turmeric, onion, chili pepper, ginger, cumin seed.



I love the Thai Bar! I’m big on spicy food lately and this fits in perfectly. What will your favorite bar be? Comment below and let me know. Meanwhile, if you enjoy savory bars with sweet accents, you’ll love these bars. The ingredients speak for themselves!



Visit the Slow Food for Fast Lives and look for their Store Locator. Then enter your zip code to find the closest store near you that carries Slow Foods for Fast Lives bars.



This giveaway is sponsored by Slow Food for Fast Lives. The sponsorship in no way effects my opinion of the products. I turn down product sponsorships when they do not meet my high standards.

5 Replies to “Slow Food for Fast Lives Gluten Free Bars Review”

  1. Are they sweet? I see brown rice syrup as a main ingredient so I assume they are sweet. How does the sweetness compare with Kind bars? The idea of a savory snack bar is appealing.

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