Earlier this month I posted a tweet about KIND Bars and while I will not post a photo of these particular items. This product is very good. I just finished eating the Honey Roasted Nuts & Sea Salt Kind Bar for the first time. It is gluten free, has ingredients you can see and pronounce, has a low glycemic index, has no sugar alcohols and there are also no genetically engineered ingredients. KIND also sent me the Dark Chocolate Almond & Coconut KindBar as well, which seems to have the same nutritional value. Both packages recite: do the kind thing for your body, your taste buds & your world.
I received this package thanks to #kindawesome. #kindawesome is a program KIND created to celebrate kind acts everywhere. If you notice someone doing something kind, you can mail them a KindBar for free. This promotion seems to be for family and friends because you need an address or email. Along with KindBars you are also given a “Thanks for being #kindawesome” card. Presently this campaign does not have an end date and I was alerted there could only be one #kindawesome card per household. On the #kindawesome card it says to enjoy your KIND snack, and tell us your #kindawesome story on the company’s twitter.
To celebrate someone’s kind act. Send them a KindBar.
This is the way the KindBars were mailed to me. They were mailed to me unboxed and it was very upsetting. I can’t stress enough how easy it seems to send products and samples more neatly packaged. The #kindawesome campaign box is really beautiful and creative. I especially like the font used. It’s upsetting to think the marketing department doesn’t care or value a consumers opinion about their company’s product. It makes you wonder if the company cares about this product as much as you enjoy purchasing it.
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