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Daniel Lubetzky

KIND unveils KIND Energy bar

KIND unveils KIND Energy bar

NEW YORK — In a move consistent with a history of disrupting categories, KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND) today elevates the energy bar category with the release of KIND Energy: a bar that provides sustained energy from whole grains. The product line’s first ingredient, oats, contributes complex carbohydrates – the preferred nutrient for sustained energy. Each bar

KIND commits to exclusively source almonds from bee-friendly farms by 2025

KIND commits to exclusively source almonds from bee-friendly farms by 2025

NEW YORK—  KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND) announced its commitment to become the first snack company to exclusively source its almonds from bee-friendly farmland across the globe by 2025. Almonds are the lead ingredient in most of KIND’s over 80 products and the company’s number one ingredient by both volume and spend. By collaborating directly with

The KIND Foundation and Project N95 launch Frontline Impact Project

The KIND Foundation and Project N95 launch Frontline Impact Project

NEW YORK — The KIND Foundation and Project N95 have launched the Frontline Impact Project, a platform whereby healthcare institutions and other front line response organizations can request resources to help meet their greatest needs in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthering the work of Project N95, which to date has focused on performing supply chain diligence

KIND announces healthy label change

KIND announces healthy label change

NEW YORK – KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND) has adopted nutrition research led by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s Agricultural Research Service, furthering its commitment to transparency surrounding its products and their nutritionals. The research found that whole nuts, such as almonds and cashews, contribute 19 and 16% fewer calories, respectively, than previously thought