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“Slow Up bars are objectively better for me than pretty much everything in the snack aisle.”

“With 10g of protein, they make for a perfect snack or quick meal when you’re strapped for time between Zoom calls."

“They’re far from dry and are made with minimally processed ingredients. If you like texture, these bars are for you.”

RECIPES BY CHEF CAROLINE SCHIFF

Sick of living on cookie dough and handfuls of almonds, Chef Caroline decided to create something new.

Slow Up bars are inspired by her favorite restaurant dishes.

A New Type of Bar

A New Type of Bar

Real, fresh food with an expiration date

230-250 calories of clean nutrition

10g of protein (with no added powders)

Low sugar (savory flavors contain < 3g)

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Ingredients

Ingredients: Almonds, Egg, Chickpeas, Quinoa, Apple Cider Vinegar, Thai Red Curry (Spices, Garlic, Lemongrass, Salt, Shallot, Coriander Root, Makrut Lime Peel), Coconut Milk, Potato Starch, Curry Powder, Basil, Salt, Honey

Ingredients: Almonds, Egg, Corn, Quinoa, Black Beans, Poblano Pepper, Chickpeas, Pumpkin Seeds, Potato Starch, Olive Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Apple Cider Vinegar, Less than 2% of : Southwest Spice Blend (Spices, Garlic), Honey, Onion, Salt

Ingredients: Almonds, Egg, Quinoa, Chickpeas, Nutritional Yeast, Basil, Roasted Red Peppers, Apple Cider Vinegar, Onion, Olive Oil, Potato Starch, Salt, Garlic, Honey, Oregano, Rosemary

Pop Up Grocer was our first ever store and we ended up a top seller. To celebrate their return to NYC, we collaborated to create a bright and fun flavor.

Ingredients: Almonds, Egg, Quinoa, Chickpeas, Pine Nuts, Calabrian Chili Peppers, Potato Starch, Honey, Arrowroot Flour, Salt, Lemon Zest

Ingredients: Dark Chocolate, Egg, Roasted Peanuts, Chickpeas, Water, Quinoa, Powdered Peanut, Honey, Potato Starch, Cocoa, Vanilla Extract (Water, Alcohol (35%), Sugar, Vanilla Bean Extractives), Cinnamon, Salt

Ingredients: Almonds, Eggs, Dark Chocolate, Quinoa, Chickpeas, Water, Potato Starch, Cocoa, Salt, Cinnamon, Almond Extract

FRESH FOOD IS GOOD FOOD

Much of our industrial food system is built on low-cost, shelf stable products.

We're here to prove that fresh, quality food can prevail.