Go Natural gets star boost

    Go Natural is raising the bar when it comes to healthy snacking, with its flagship Nut Delight bar achieving a 4.5 health star rating, making it one of the healthiest snack bars on the market.


    “The snack bar market has grown hugely over the past few years, but not every bar is the right choice for a healthy diet,” Go Natural General Manager Joel White said.

    “The new food standards code, together with the recently introduced health star rating, will help consumers have faith in the health claims that are being made, so they can make the right decision for a balanced and nutritious diet. Go Natural is really proud to now demonstrate that our Nut Delight product is one of the healthiest choices out there.”

    The new food labelling standard 1.2.7 for Nutrition, Health and Related Claims requires that to make high and general level health claims the product meets the nutrient profiling scoring criterion set by the Food Standards Australia New Zealand.

    “At Go Natural, we’ve been providing our customers with natural, nutritious and tasty wholefoods for over 25 years,” Mr White said. “From the very beginning, we have been committed to only using the freshest and best-quality ingredients for our products.

    “As a nutritional powerhouse, nuts are a great snack on their own, but together with our carefully selected ingredients, including our sweet and buttery honey from Victoria’s Grampians, our Nut Delight bar is both nutritious and delicious, providing consumers with a healthy, but also indulgent, snacking experience.”

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