Good news for my gluten free friends who live in the United States! Nature Valley, makers of great snack bars, now have 10 new certified gluten free bars that you can eat too. And they have contest where you can win a $500 Visa gift card – so keep reading.
Before I was diagnosed with Celiac disease I used to buy Nature Valley granola bars all the time. They made great snacks to pack in my family’s lunches, and they were also the perfect transportable snack for outings, whether to the mall or to the hiking trails. It was sad when I could no longer rely on them for a quick, easy snack option, but that is all about to change thanks to Nature Valley’s New Gluten Free Snack Bars. You can check out their full line of products on their website at HERE.
One of the first things a Celiac loses when they are diagnosed is convenience – the ability to walk into a store and buy a product that is safe for them to eat, right off the shelf. Thanks to companies like Nature Valley, that problem is slowly disappearing. We now have another option for when we’re needing a quick snack on the go. The Salted Caramel Nut Protein Chewy Bars, with 10 grams of protein, were a hit with my daughter as we took a brisk fall hike.
*A quick note to my Canadian readers, currently, the Protein Chewy Bars that are available in Canada are not certified gluten-free. However, the Nature Valley Nut & Seed Crisps are.
To celebrate this release Nature Valley is running a contest. Their “Perfect Pair” Sweepstakes gives you the chance to win one of two $500 Visa Gift cards via Facebook, Instagram, or old fashioned snail mail.
Enter simply by posting a picture showing your favorite Nature Valley gluten free snack bar with another food item, object or activity that you feel pairs well with the bars. Be sure to include the hashtag #NVPerfectPairSweepstakes to make sure you qualify.
Open to legal residents of the fifty United States and District of Columbia who are 18 years or older. Good luck to all that enter!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Nature Valley. The opinions and text are all mine.