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  • are KIND® products organic?

    We are not currently pursuing organic certification for our snacks. Our top priority is to invest in high quality, premium ingredients, while keeping our products accessible. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure that their standards are in line with KIND’s brand values.

  • where are KIND® snacks made?

    All KIND® snacks are made in the United States.

  • are KIND® products vegan?

    Most of our nut and whole grain-based products contain honey, which may not fall within some vegan diets. All of our Pressed by KIND® and Fruit Bites flavors are vegan, as well as most of our KIND Healthy Grains® clusters (excluding Oats & Honey Clusters with Toasted Coconut and Almond Butter Whole Grain Clusters).

  • are KIND® products non GMO?

    All KIND® snacks do not contain genetically engineered ingredients. The Non-GMO Project seal appears on the majority of our KIND Healthy Grains® and Pressed by KIND® products. Some of our other snacks are pending Non-GMO Project certification.

  • are KIND® products Kosher?

    KIND® snacks are certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union. KIND snacks that are Kosher and do not contain dairy are marked with an OU symbol, whereas those that are Kosher and contain dairy OR are exposed to dairy during the production process are marked OU-D.

  • how much sugar do KIND® products contain?

    The total sugar content across all of our snacks range from 4-21 grams. We’ve maintained a longstanding commitment to creating snacks with as little sugar as possible without using artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols. Our best-selling snack line, KIND® Nuts & Spices, contains 5 grams of sugar or less per serving, which is 50% less sugar than the average nutrition bar.

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