Snack like there is a tomorrow with KIND says Woman’s Day

Woman’s Day magazine chose KIND as perfect snacks for their readers looking to make the New Year a healthier one. Editors are giving ten lucky winners each a chance to win a tote bag full of 72 KIND bars and 6 pouches of KIND Healthy Grains – snacks sure to keep you on satisfied and on track to fulfilling your resolutions.

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Philadelphians visit the KIND Food Truck to Do the KIND Thing!

Residents of Philadelphia paid a visit to the KIND Food Truck, parked in LOVE Park in Center City on November 6th, to carry out the KINDING Mission in support of bringing Thanksgiving meals local residents who are struggling with hunger. Thanks to thousands of fellow KINDAHOLICS who gave thanks to someone who has made an impact on their lives, KIND will be teaming up with Philabundance to help local residents facing hunger to put food on their tables this holiday.

Learn more about how Philadelphia helped to spread kindness by checking out the great coverage from local media below:

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Just KINDING Around

September’s simple KINDING Mission- to go out of your way to make someone feel special- yielded a variety of creative ways that our community was able to Do the KIND Thing! Because so many KINDAHOLICS made someone feel special by letting them know that they were thinking of them, we’ll be hosting birthday parties for homeless children.

The kindness of our community has once again helped us to make a BIG KIND Act happen for those in need. Each person who brightened another’s day was integral in this month’s success, and below are some great examples of how individual KINDAHOLICS made this mission their own. In appreciation of their creativity and heartwarming acts of kindness, we’ll be sending each of these KINDAHOLICS a KIND Cube to continue spreading the kindness!

I visited with my grandfather today at the nursing home and let him know that I love him and that he is being so strong and getting better everyday!
- Amy Y.

I helped my son make a card for his grandmother that said he loves her with his hand print on it.
- Bianca R.

I sent a card thanking a friend for being the beautiful person she is.
- Chris L.

I am sending someone a card this week. This person is going through a rough time and needs to know people are thinking of them.
- Gretchen H.

I drive weekly to Southbend IN. On my last trip I stopped at a grocery store on my way home. There was a woman standing outside the store. I overheard her asking an employee where the pickup was for the city bus. The worker stated that the closest stop was about 2 blocks up. Mind you, the woman was VERY pregnant and carrying 4-5 bags of groceries in her arms. I walked up and said that I couldn’t help but overhear. I asked where she was needing to go and it wad about 15-20 blocks up. I offered her a ride to her destination. The woman tried giving me money for gas and I refused saying that it wasnt necessary. I just wanted to help! She had tears in her eyes as she said that the world needed more kindhearted people such as myself. It made my heart swell!
- Causha H.

I was in line at the store and this woman kept getting her cards declined and didn’t have any cash to pay for her item’s. She had two toddlers with her and a newborn baby and was buying formula, diapers and food for her family and I just kept looking at her children and thinking about my own at home and how there have been time’s that we have struggled and at the time we where not struggling at all we where actually doing great better than we have ever done and I knew that I could cover her stuff and my own and it was not going to hurt us at all so I told the cashier to add her stuff to mine that I was going to be covering it and the lady told me I didn’t have to do that and I just smiled and said I know but I want to so just say thank you and she just smiled and laughed and said I will do one better and gave me this huge hug of relief and said thank you so much you don’t know what this mean’s to me and I than began to smile and said yes actually I do I have been there I know.
- Morgan R. D.

This month I sent a card to my Nanny to let her know how much I love and admire her. She has always been the backbone of the family and has made it her mission to dispense endless amounts of love to her children & grandchildren. As a food-lover, she’s taught be how to craft my go-to tomato sauce recipe and is my favorite cookbook reading companion. I’m hoping that card shows her how much I care about her.
- Kristi K.

At the store, the lady in front of me didn’t have enough money for her groceries, so I gave her the extra $7.00 so she didn’t have to put something back.
- Pam G.

I had my daughters help me in picking out some small party favors and toys at our local Dollar Tree, we added a roll of
Birthday paper and a couple balloons and took them to our local Domestic Violence shelter for a little girl who was going to have her birthday while her and her mother stayed at the shelter escaping abuse from her Mother’s boyfriend. My 7yr old also wrote her a note to tell her never to think the abuse was her fault and that she would always have a friend to talk to if she needed one. That in itself was enough to make me cry. Thank you for the idea, it made us feel great to help!!!
- Darla D.

My brother is out of work and is now living in some tough quarters. He does not have internet and is unable to complete some of his job searches due to this. I decided to mail him an extra smart phone I had and paid to add internet to his new phone which has now allowed for him to complete job applications and respond to some he had in his email. He
now has an interview today!
- Tara L.

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Good Housekeeping chooses KIND as a top snack AND breakfast bar

After tasting and testing hundreds of bars from all over the country, the team at Good Housekeeping magazine included KIND not just once, but twice in their lists of the 17 most tasty, good-for-you bars. While KIND mini Fruit & Nut Delight won over the taste buds of hundreds of testers as the perfect snack-size bar with just the right amount of sweet and crunchy, KIND Madagascar Vanilla Almond was one of six bars that made the cut for a top breakfast bar that is high in protein, fiber and natural in taste.

Good Housekeeping chooses KIND as a top snack AND breakfast bar

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Women’s Health awards KIND on their annual list of Best Packaged Foods for Women

Women’s Health magazine awarded KIND Madagascar Vanilla Almond a top spot on its coveted list of Best Packaged Foods for Women! KIND was awarded for its all natural ingredients that are an excellent source of vitamin E and antioxidants.

KIND awarded a spot on Women’s Health magazine’s annual list of Best Foods for Women

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KIND is the perfect snack when traveling

Nutrition Expert, Madelyn Fernstom visited the TODAY show to provide healthy snack solutions for any on-the-go situation. Madelyn recommended KIND bars as the perfect snack to grab while traveling and in airports, since KIND is made with simple, all natural ingredients you can see and is also a good source of protein. Click the image below to watch the full clip.

KIND is the perfect snack when traveling

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KIND Nuts & Spices are a healthy and tasty snack for the entire family

Nutrition Expert, Dawn Jackson Blatner, visited CW Chicago to provide her top recommendations for healthy and tasty snacks both kids and adults can enjoy. Dawn discusses how KIND Nuts & Spices bars are a low sugar snack made from real ingredients with nothing artificial and are high in fiber and a good source of protein. She also highlights the unique and delicious flavors in the KIND Nuts & Spices line and how they help to keep kids and adults fueled and energized throughout their day. Click the image below to watch the full clip.

KIND Nuts & Spices are a low sugar snack to please the entire family

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Start your back-to-school breakfast with KIND Healthy Grains

Nutrition expert, Jan Tilley, joined NBC Austin to help teach the A,B,C’s of healthy snacking. Jan recommended starting off the day with KIND Healthy Grains, which deliver the health benefits of five different types of whole grains like amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat. Jan emphasized that unique whole grains like these can be tricky to cook with, but with KIND Healthy Grains, KIND has done it all for you. She recommended sprinkling some of your favorite flavors over yogurt for a deliciously nutritious breakfast to start the school day off right.
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KIND Nuts & Spices are a low sugar snack to please the entire family

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KIND Nuts & Spices are a low sugar snack to please the entire family

Nutrition expert, Tara Gidus, visited FOX Orlando, to help parents plan healthy meals and snacks that will please every member of the family. Tara warned against the added sugars that lurk in everything from yogurts to snack bars, but emphasized that KIND Nuts & Spices is a healthy, tasty, naturally low sugar option that the entire family can feel good about. She explained that the KIND Nuts & Spices replace fruit with spices to naturally impart great taste with only 5g of sugar or less per bar. Tara also noted that each bar, made from ingredients you can see and pronounce, provides 5-7g of protein and 5-7g of fiber, so that you feel fuller longer.

KIND Nuts & Spices are a low sugar snack to please the entire family

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Daily Buzz recommends KIND for a low sugar lifestyle

Nutrition expert, Tara Gidus, visited The Daily Buzz this month to provide her picks for healthy and tasty healthy snacks that will meet the need of every different diet type living under one roof. Tara recommended KIND Nuts & Spices for anyone who leads a low sugar lifestyle, as the new line provides a good source of protein and high fiber in just 5g sugar (or less!) by replacing fruit with tasty spices. Tara stresses that like all KIND bars, KIND Nuts & Spices come in delicious flavors made from “ingredients you can see and pronounce” that will help you stay fuller longer.

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