Sunbelt Bakery Celebrates Fall With Seasonal Granola Bars

Friday, September 13, 2013

To help celebrate the upcoming fall season, Sunbelt Bakery announced Friday the company will introduce two seasonal flavors – Harvest Spice and Pumpkin Spice – for its chewy granola bars.  These new seasonal granola bars, which will be available for a limited time nationwide, were designed to give consumers a snack option that has a taste for the fall season.   

Harvest Spice blends the flavors of real apples and cinnamon while Pumpkin Spice features real pumpkin and seasonal spices. 

As with all products from Sunbelt Bakery, the Harvest Spice and Pumpkin Spice Chewy Granola Bars are made with whole grains and other high-quality ingredients and contain no preservatives or high fructose corn syrup, meaning they have the same delicious, bakery-fresh taste that people have come to expect and enjoy from Sunbelt Bakery, officials said.

“People are looking for great-tasting snacks that they can feel good about eating or serving to their family," said Jeff Badger, brand manager for Sunbelt Bakery.  "We are thrilled to offer two new seasonal varieties to our lineup of chewy granola bars.  We designed the Harvest Spice and Pumpkin Spice chewy granola bars to give consumers the flavors they love during this time of year while using high-quality ingredients, whole grains and no preservatives.”

The Harvest Spice Chewy Granola Bars feature a blend of apples, cinnamon and other seasonal spices and come in a Family Pack box containing 10 bars.  In addition, each bar provides nine grams of whole grains and has 110 calories per serving.  Consumer can purchase the Harvest Spice Chewy Granola Bars today at retailers nationwide, and the bars will remain available in stores for approximately eight weeks. 

The Pumpkin Spice Chewy Granola Bars are made with real pumpkin and seasonal spices to give consumers a unique, sweet taste in a granola bar that also provides nine grams of whole grains and has 110 calories per serving.  The Pumpkin Spice Chewy Granola Bars also come in a Family Pack box containing 10 bars and will become available at retailers nationwide in early October for approximately eight weeks.  

Mr. Badger continued, “Sunbelt Bakery takes great pride in serving nutritional snacks with no preservatives or high fructose corn syrup.  This is why we deliver new batches of products to communities throughout this country every week to ensure consumers will always have a delicious, bakery-fresh taste in every bite and make them feel good about eating and sharing our products with their family.” 

For more information visit www.SunbeltBakery.com



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