€27.00 inc VAT
We believe the world of plant-based food is just so exciting and delicious. We also believe that a plant-based diet is healthier for you and that by choosing to eat more plants rather than meat you are also contributing to a more sustainable planet.
At Karma we only use the best natural ingredients that are full of natural goodness and taste. We try to keep our food simple, good and tasty by using minimal ingredients and we know our nature loving customers appreciate that too.
For all those mint cacao lovers out there we dreamt up this tasty gem and boy did we nail it. We mashed together some chop pecans, almonds, dates, through in some cacao and finished with a touch of natural mint flavour.
Best of all, these are vegan friendly, gluten and dairy free and also come in biodegradable packaging.
Minty Mingle…Sure you can bring me anywhere.
Dates – 52%
Pecan – 28%
Cocoa powder – 5%
Almond – 35%
Fresh Mint – 1%
Contains Nut (Almond, Pecan)
Nutritional Information per 100g per 40g
|Per 100g||Per 40g|
|Of which is Saturates||4.85g||1.94g|
|Of which is sugars||30.52g||12.21g|
The manufacturing process for making our Karma raw fruit and nut bars is actually really very straight forward.
- We source the best natural ingredients we can in an ethical manner.
- The ingredients are blended and mixed together before being cold pressed into the delicious Karma bar you are about to enjoy.
- Then they are packed into our biodegradable packaging, boxed up, and ready to ship out to your doorstep.
Our home compostable packaging is made from compostable materials derived from wood pulp sourced from sustainably grown forests, for every tree felled at least 1 and up to 3 are re-grown.
Our packs are designed to break down within 26 Weeks in a home compost environment (e.g. garden compost bin) back into water, Biomass and CO2 and is non-toxic to the compost and is independently tested and accredited by TÜV.
Most plastic snack packaging today is neither recyclable or recycled. Our home compostable packaging can be returned back to nature after use and the resulting compost acts as a soil improver. It’s made from renewable resources, reducing the reliance on petrochemicals.