Do More Bars, Gluten Free Bars, at Asheville Gluten-Free Expo on April 27th

Do More Bars, gluten-free bars, participating in the Asheville Gluten-Free Expo on April 27th from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m at the Sherrill Center, Kimmel Arena.

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Pisgah Forest, NC (PRWEB) April 25, 2013

The 6th annual Gluten-Free Expo & Information Fair in Asheville, NC will be held Saturday, April 27, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Sherrill Center, Kimmel Arena, UNCA Campus, 227 Campus Drive. This year's event will include tastings, samples, coupons, cooking demos, local restaurants and bakeries, plus information for a gluten-free life. Over 65 vendors will be presenting, including Do More Bars, gluten free, gourmet fruit & nut cereal bars, made locally in Pisgah Forest, NC. They will offer samples of all their flavors and give away 15% off coupons for use at their online store, Do More Bars.com The bars are sold nationwide, as well as locally at various stores including Ingles Supermarkets; event sponsor along with the Gluten Intolerance group of Asheville, and the Hendersonville Celiac Support Group. This year's featured speaker is Carol Shilson, Executive Director, University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center. Event entry fee is $5 for ages 12 and over; $20 max for families.

Do More Bars will remind you of those familiar rice cereal bars but are in fact top rated, healthy gourmet fruit & nut cereal bars that are all natural and gluten-free. The bars come in a variety of flavors: Date Pecan, Pineapple Coconut, Raisin Peanut, Orange Cranberry Pecan, and Cherry Almond and are sold in 100 retail locations nationwide, including Ingles and Earth Fare supermarkets, as well as online at DoMoreBars.com.

Do More Bars was founded by single-mom Tammy Woods in 2008. The healthy snack bars were created out of a need in Woods’ family for snacks that would satisfy her health-conscious mind and her daughter’s taste buds. With a passion for cooking, Woods set out in the kitchen to create great tasting gluten free bars that were all natural and made with wholesome ingredients. The result was a light, crisp, chewy bar, made with whole grain, fruit & nuts – winning the approval of both mother and daughter. As a matter of fact, her daughter liked them so much she inspired Woods to start the business.