Many of you have shared with me a recent New York Times Parenting article by Virginia Sole-Smith titled, “Your Baby Doesn’t Need to Go Paleo”.
Since Virginia explicitly calls out “kid-friendly protein bars” and predicts they’ll “make a lot of lists” (whatever that means), I feel compelled to offer our perspective.
We started our business because my wife and I were tired of providing empty-calorie, high-sugar granola bars to the kids we were coaching. For too long the behemoths of the industry have profited off kids’ sensitive pallets by marketing cheap, nutritionally poor options to families.
Now that my wife and I have our own child on the way, this mission is even more personal.
Check out Zeek Ambassador @ChalkitupButtercup in her YouTube Review of Zeek Bars!
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In 2016 we started making protein bars specifically for kids. In the beginning, the bars were hand made and sold to families at local sporting events. Last year, we moved to a manufacturer and expanded to families all around the country.