Whole Foods Launch!

June 23, 2020

Zeek Bars in Whole Foods

Dear Zeek Family,

We are excited to announce Zeek Bars are now in 33 Bay Area Whole Foods Markets!

You can find a map of all locations here.

We started Zeek in our kitchen in Mountain View and have spent the last four years perfecting the recipe, sampling to thousands of Bay Area kids, and getting to know local families like yours.

It has been a labor of love for our family and we have come a long way!

We couldn't have done this without you and we're thrilled to be able to offer Zeek Bars to more families in our community.

As a thank you, we're offering a buy one get one FREE! Buy a box at your nearest Whole Foods, email a picture to hello@zeekbar.com, and we'll mail you a free box of Zeek Bars!

Thank you again for your support and we look forward to continuing to fuel your family!

-Reid & Kassidy Pearson

Dear Zeek Family,

We are excited to announce Zeek Bars are now in 33 Bay Area Whole Foods Markets!

You can find a map of all locations here.

We started Zeek in our kitchen in Mountain View and have spent the last four years perfecting the recipe, sampling to thousands of Bay Area kids, and getting to know local families like yours.

It has been a labor of love for our family and we have come a long way!

We couldn't have done this without you and we're thrilled to be able to offer Zeek Bars to more families in our community.

As a thank you, we're offering a buy one get one FREE! Buy a box at your nearest Whole Foods, email a picture to hello@zeekbar.com, and we'll mail you a free box of Zeek Bars!

Thank you again for your support and we look forward to continuing to fuel your family!

-Reid & Kassidy Pearson

Reid & Kassidy Pearson


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