Low Carb Snacks Brand Shares Inspiration Behind Hemp Protein Bites

GoalFoods is launching its low carb snacks on Amazon. Made with only clean ingredients, the brand's mint brownie bites are non-GMO, gluten-free and feature organic hemp protein.

Houston, Texas, United States - April 5, 2020 —

American-based company, GoalFoods, is excited to be launching its low carb snacks on Amazon for customers looking for a delicious way to fuel their fitness goals. The company’s mint brownie bites are made of clean ingredients that are non-GMO and gluten-free. Each snack bite is powered with 8 grams of organic hemp protein with only 2 grams of total sugars and 3 grams of net carbs.

Craig Romero, senior spokesperson for GoalFoods, recently shared the company’s inspiration behind the development of its healthy snack bites. “Driven by fitness and performance, we wanted to build a lifestyle of extraordinary health under all the pressures of a busy life. We looked around for snacks that could power our busy days without compromise on flavor. We found plenty of promise but not enough delicious,” he said.

GoalFoods set out to develop healthy snacks that would sustain energy throughout the day while also delivering on taste. “We have sourced and blended the latest power foods to help you slay those sweet tooth cravings, nail nutrition and fuel your fitness goals,” Romero added.”We always keep our eyes out for foods that open up new ways to fuel extraordinary fitness so everyone can snack clean, snack smart and snack delicious.”

The plant-based snack bar oozes indulgence without sacrificing nutrition. Dark chocolate not only scores on flavor, but it is also loaded with beneficial nutrients and antioxidants as well as iron, magnesium, copper and manganese. Peppermint adds an energy kick to boost any activity.

Customers have been leaving 5-star ratings for GoalFoods’ vegan gluten free snacks. “I love these bars. They are a great meal replacement bar or cut in half as a snack. I love the raw, organic ingredients,” writes a pleased buyer. “They are packed with protein but don’t have that gross protein aftertaste. I will definitely be purchasing it again!”

Those interested in learning more about GoalFoods and its hemp brownie snack bites should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

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