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Healthy Pantry Bars started out as a way to make a healthy snack that could be consumed on the go.  Occasionally, when Phyllis made them for her family they were promptly carried out the door with friends and family. Emily Myers, the former manager of a downtown G.R. cafe, began distribution them among patrons.  “They were so popular that we began making and selling them by the dozen,” said Emily.  Emily also a yoga instructor, sold them to clients who were in her classes.

The bars appeal to busy moms for their convenience.  They are also part of a responsible workout by runners and athletes.  Emily says, “I usually eat 1/2 of the bar before I run and when I finish my couple of miles, I will finish the bar.  I’m replenishing my body with the energy it needs.  It tastes fantastic too.”

Guys like it because it fills them up with good thinks instead of the snack items that have empty calories.