Q.bel Foods Brings All-Natural Chocolate Candy Bars to People Everywhere with Whole Foods Market® Debut

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Q.bel Foods LLC, a new premium chocolate candy bar company, announced today that it has rolled out a new line of chocolate candy bars that are pure, all-natural and delicious. Q.bel chocolate candy bars are made without any artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils (Trans Fat).

Q.bel Foods LLC, a new premium chocolate candy bar company, announced today that it has rolled out a new line of chocolate candy bars that are pure, all-natural and delicious. Q.bel chocolate candy bars are made without any artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils (Trans Fat).

"We aspire to provide our customers with the best tasting chocolate candy bars on the planet," said Bahram Shirazi, CEO of Q.bel Foods. "We live by three simple beliefs: Be True, Be Honest, Be Good. At Q.bel we use only the truest of ingredients, treat all of our partners with the highest level of integrity and honesty and care deeply about what our company represents and how it interacts with the world we live in. We are dedicated to maintaining the integrity of our products and being a responsible member of our community."

Q.bel offers six varieties of its chocolate candy bars:

    Dark Chocolate Wafer Rolls
    Milk Chocolate Wafer Rolls
    Milk Chocolate/Peanut Butter Wafer Rolls
    Crispy Rice Dark Chocolate Wafer Bars
    Crispy Rice Milk Chocolate Wafer Bars
    Milk Chocolate/Peanut Butter Wafer Bars

Q.bel's Chocolate Wafer Bars are made from layers of unsweetened crisp wafers with delectable fillings or real peanut butter, enrobed with Belgian chocolate. The Chocolate Wafer Rolls are made from rolled wafers, lightly filled with chocolate crème or real peanut butter and enrobed with yummy chocolate.

Q.bel was born after Bahram Shirazi set out to create a chocolate candy bar for his children that wasn't filled with chemicals and artificial ingredients. The company is named after Bahram's wife, Isabel (the bel in Q.bel). Q is for the quality of food which she provides for her family.

The suggested retail price of the product is $1.39-$1.69 per unit. Consumers can visit http://www.qbelfoods.com to view more information about the company.

About Q.bel Foods LLC
Most of us like to enjoy a chocolate candy bar now and then. Yet, if you want to enjoy a chocolate candy bar without a laundry list of chemicals and nasty ingredients, good luck. Q.bel (http://www.qbelfoods.com) was conceived in Nyack, New York in September 2007, in an effort to create the finest chocolate candy bars anywhere on the planet. Q.bel candy bars weigh from 0.9 to 1.1 oz. per package.

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