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Unrefined Bars - Chocolate Brownie 16 x 49gUnrefined Bars
A rich brownie made with coconut sugar, oat flour, extra virgin olive oil, coconut and cacao, with (of course) chocolate chips swirled through for ...View full details
Unrefined Bars - Chocolate Orange Tiffin 16 x 49gUnrefined Bars
A delicious twist on the classic fridge cake - crushed oaty biscuits mixed with an indulgent chocolate orange coating, packed down into a delicious...View full details
Unrefined Bars - Almond Butter Flapjack 16 x 49gUnrefined Bars
A moreish baked oat bar made with creamy almond butter and sticky maple syrup.
Unrefined Bars - Chocolate Tiffin 16 x 49gUnrefined Bars
A delicious twist on the classic fridge cake - Chunks of delicious oaty biscuit and juicy raisins covered in a delicious chocolate coating.
Unrefined Bars demonstrate that with some simple swaps, the UK's most loved traybake bars can be transformed into nutritious, wholesome treats that taste every bit as indulgent as the originals. Unrefined Bars use 100% natural, but most importantly, recognisable ingredients. All ingredients the consumer could purchase in a supermarket or online for their own cupboards.
What are unrefined foods and why should you care?
Unrefined Vs Refined
Unrefined foods have been minimally processed from their natural state, as opposed to refined foods which have been heavily processed.
Examples of unrefined foods include fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds and oats. These foods are nutritionally rich and provide the vital vitamins and minerals that our bodies need to function effectively.
Examples of refined foods include high fructose corn syrup, white flour and margarine. These foods have been processed such that that the fibre, vitamins and minerals within the natural food have been removed, leaving little substance the body can use productively – these foods are empty calories.
Refined foods are added to other refined foods along with additives and preservatives to make ultra-processed products, which are a far cry from the natural foods they started off as. At the worst end of this scale, think cakes made with bleached flours, emulsifiers, chemical flavouring agents and artificial sugars, white bread “dyed” brown to give the perception it’s healthier.
In recent years, ultra-processed foods have boomed. Turning over the packet of many packaged foods will reveal an extensive ingredient list (sometimes 30+ ingredients in one product) full of things you’ve never heard of.
Nutrition meets indulgence
Where else can you tap into the renowned health benefits of the Mediterranean diet within your mid morning snack?
We use the finest extra virgin olive oil and creamy nut butters to replicate that delicious all butter flavour, whilst packing in those heart healthy mono-unsaturated fats.