Pisgah Forest, NC (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
Do More Bars' gluten free bars labeling is already compliant with the new Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rule that foods labeled 'gluten free' test at less than 20 ppm (parts per million) for gluten. The rule was published in the Federal Register on August 5, 2013 and manufacturers have one year to become compliant. This long awaited ruling is a relief to those with celiac disease whose only way to manage their condition is through eating a gluten free diet. No matter how the claim is stated, 'free of gluten', 'no gluten', etc., the same standard applies. Foods must be either inherently gluten free or be processed to the point that the gluten has been removed. Fortunately, Do More Bars are made with ingredients that are naturally gluten free and the finished products are also tested periodically for gluten as an extra control measure. The FDA estimates that about 5% of the products claiming to be gluten free have more than 20 ppm gluten, so it is important to know which products on the market are already compliant.
Do More Bars gourmet fruit & nut cereal bars are all natural and gluten free bars that come in a variety of flavors: Date Pecan, Pineapple Coconut, Raisin Peanut, Orange Cranberry Pecan, and Cherry Almond. Similar to a rice crispy treat but in a healthy gourmet version, these top rated healthy snack bars are sold in 100 retail locations nationwide, including Ingles grocery stores 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 approval of both mother and daughter. As a matter of fact, her daughter liked them so much she inspired Woods to start the business.