Nature's Bakery Fig Bars
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Nature’s Bakery Fig Bars

Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2012 at 3:49 pm
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Nature’s Bakery Fig Bars believe that “everything is simpler in nature”.  Their goal is to bring you all natural, kosher, cholesterol free, “fuel you need to help power life’s great journeys”.  They make Fig Bars in lovely packages.  Flavors include: Apple Cinnamon, Blueberry, Whole Wheat Fig, Peach Apricot, Raspberry, and Vanilla Fig.  Each one is baked and contains natural ingredients.  You cannot purchase Nature’s Bakery products directly through their website.  You can order their products through The price is $1.25 for one Fig Bar (not including shipping).  Nature’s Valley Fig Bars can also be found in stores.  Or, you can call them up and place an order.



Nature’s Bakery values balance in life.  Figs can help your body to maintain that balance because, according to LiveStrong, they are a natural laxative.  Figs also contain heart healthy minerals such as calcium, (which keeps bones strong), magnesium, (which helps your body absorb calcium), and potassium, which helps your body maintain water balance.  Nature’s Bakery headquarters is located in Carson City, Nevada. Visit the Nature’s Bakery website to find fun facts about figs and the other natural foods that are in their Fig Bars. 



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