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Organic Vegan Protein Bars

Vegan and gluten-free protein bars made with high-quality, sustainably sourced, plant-based ingredients. Join us in spreading awareness of the benefits of a balanced, plant-based lifestyle by enjoying a delicious and clean MacroBar. Pick up a delicious Certified Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, C.L.E.A.N., FODMAP Friendly, and Soy-Free plant-based protein bar today!

FAQs about Organic Vegan Protein Bars

  • Are GoMacro products gluten-free?

    All of our products use 100% Certified Gluten-Free ingredients, making them a great option for those with gluten intolerance. Our high sourcing standards, along with ongoing testing, quality assessment, and control measures used throughout production, meaning you can rest assured our protein bars are safe for gluten-free eaters.

  • What are gluten-free grains?

    Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Although gluten is not a problem for most people, some individuals with food allergies, Celiac Disease, or other sensitivities may not tolerate it. Gluten-free grains and seeds include sorghum, quinoa, gluten-free oats, teff, amaranth, and brown rice.

  • What foods are gluten-free and dairy-free?

    Foods that are gluten-free and dairy-free include fresh fruits and vegetables such as apples, oranges, bananas, carrots, cucumbers, celery, and any of our delicious gluten-free and dairy-free protein bars. Cutting out gluten and dairy can be beneficial for some people’s digestive health.

  • What does vegan mean?

    Veganism is a way of living that excludes all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty, whether for food, clothing, or any other purpose. For those reasons, a standard vegan diet means eliminating all animal products, including meat, eggs, dairy, and their byproducts. If you are a vegan, you can enjoy fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, and any of our plant-based protein bars.

  • What is a plant-based diet?

    A plant-based diet is derived from foods consisting mostly of plants, including vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, and fruits, but no animal-sourced foods. When starting a plant-based diet, it’s okay to begin slowly. Try incorporating a few plant-based meals each week or shifting animal products from the centerpiece of your meals to a garnish as you transition.

  • Do vegans eat dairy?

    Strict vegans do not eat dairy foods and exclude dairy products from their plant-based diet since a true vegan diet excludes animals and their byproducts.

  • What is the difference between a vegetarian and a vegan?

    The difference between a vegetarian and a vegan revolves around the role of animals in food production. Both vegans and vegetarians choose not to eat meat. However, veganism is stricter and prohibits consuming dairy, eggs, honey, and other items that are derived from animals. On the other hand, vegetarians do not eat meat, but they still may include eggs, honey, milk, and cheese into their primarily plant-based diet, according to the Vegetarian Society.

  • How to get protein as a vegan?

    Vegans get protein by incorporating healthy foods like nuts, seeds, beans, oatmeal, and green vegetables into their diet. Consuming protein on a vegetarian diet is essential because it provides energy, builds healthy muscle mass, and supports your body function properly. Other good sources of protein for vegans include seitan, tofu, lentils, chickpeas, edamame, teff, green peas, and of course, our delicious vegan protein bars.

  • Does organic mean Non-GMO?

    Organic means Non-GMO when buying 100% Certified Organic and USDA organic-labeled products because GMOs are prohibited in 100% Certified Organic products. Consumers adamant about buying organic protein bars and other non-GMO bars can look for the Non-GMO Project seal on product labels. This means the manufacturer went through a rigorous process similar to obtaining organic certification—but focused only on GMO-processes. Put another way, all 100% Certified Organic products are Non-GMO, but not all Non-GMO products are Certified Organic.

  • What vitamins should vegans take?

    While a doctor should always be consulted before taking any new supplements, vegan vitamins often include vitamin B12, vitamin D, omega-3s, iron, calcium, and zinc when supplementing a plant-based diet.

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