Do More Bars founder Tammy Woods stated, "Working with the NFT at this event gives us a great opportunity to help someone. Do More Bars is not just a brand name, it's part of our philosophy to try and 'Do More' for others."
Pisgah Forest, NC (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
The introduction of Do More Bars' new Apple Walnut gluten free bars couldn't have better timing than this Labor Day weekend at the NC Apple Festival in Hendersonville, NC. To make it even better, the cereal bar company is teaming up with the National Foundation for Transplants (NFT) in their efforts to raise money to help with the expenses of a double lung transplant patient. The NFT will have a booth located on Main St. near 3rd Ave. and will offer snack items for sale including the new Apple Walnut Do More Bar. This will be a unique apple snack offering at the festival and the new flavor is not yet available in stores or on-line, so event goers are in for a first when they stop by the booth where Do More Bars founder, Tammy Woods will be sharing free samples. For event days and times please visit the NC Apple Festival website at NCapplefestival.org. To learn more about the NFT please visit their website at Transplants.org.
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, Cherry Almond and the new arrival, Apple Walnut. 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.