Clif Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed Bar Review and Giveaway

Clif Bar & Company, a leading maker of nutritious organic foods and drinks has recently introduced a new tasty addition to their product line: Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed Bars! These healthy snack bars are created with a variety of USDA certified organic fruits and seeds. Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed is the vision of Kit Crawford, owner and co-chief visionary officer of Clif Bar & Company, whose passion for organic farming and kitchen-crafted food inspired this simple and delicious bar. Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed bars are made with just a few basic ingredients and no added sugar. 

Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed has launched at just the right time since public interest in seeds is growing. From new community gardens to regional seed libraries, many of us continue to examine how the seeds we sow affect the quality, nutrition, cost and environmental impact of food. As president of the Clif Bar Family Foundation, Kit Crawford spearheaded the launch of Seed Matters™, an initiative designed to improve and protect organic seeds to ensure an adequate supply of nutritious and productive crops that benefit people and the planet.

“I’m constantly amazed by the power of seeds. They may be small, but they are mighty – surprisingly nutritious and come in so many interesting flavors and textures,” said Crawford. “In crafting Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed Bar, we’ve combined some of my favorite organic fruits and seeds to create delicious new flavors of our own that we can’t wait to share with our fans.”

Packed with tender fruits and seeds, Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed bars are full of natural flavor and texture making them perfect for an on-the-go snack or as an accompaniment to a meal.  In addition to being USDA organic, the bars are also also vegan, gluten-free, soy free, dairy free, and contain 200 calories or less! Additionally, like all of Clif’s products, Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed contain zero grams trans fat and do not contain partially-hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or synthetic preservatives. The Clif Kitchen also sources ingredients that are non-GMO.

Four flavors are currently available and they are all equally delicious:

Apricot Sesame Seeds

Cherry Pumpkin Seeds

Lemon Vanilla Chia Seeds

Coconut Sesame Seeds

Clif Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed bars are available in natural food stores and at

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Are you ready to try Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed bars? Three lucky winners will each receive a prize pack with 2 bars of each flavor (8 bars total)! Just enter via Rafflecopter and leave a comment below stating how you are sowing seeds of positivity in your community for a chance to win! (US Only)a Rafflecopter giveaway

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76 Comments to “Clif Kit’s Organic Fruit + Seed Bar Review and Giveaway”

  1. I try to listen to and encourage everyone I encounter!

  2. I do a program through my business where we surprise people with pies!

  3. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    i am always pleasant and offering my help and advice to those in need

  4. Linda Szymoniak says:

    I’m not sure if it counts, but I’m involved in animal rescue. I’ve helped save over 30 dogs from kill shelters and find loving homes for them. I was also able to help a disabled couple keep their dog when they lost their home (we found foster for him until they were settled into another place). I’m also always helping people at the grocery store and other places.

  5. I always make sure to smile at people and to say hello. You never know when a smile can change someone’s day.

  6. Vicky Carlson says:

    Well since I walk everywhere I sometimes pick up litter along the way. I always pick something up out of the street if it is a danger to someone’s car or just a hazard. :)

  7. soha molina says:

    We join the local communityouttreach program.

  8. Anne Perry says:

    We grow organic produce,.

  9. I teach children to garden and also share my garden veggies with neighbors in need.

  10. I try to get out and meet people at the farmers market to talk about organics and non-gmo’s.

  11. Liberty T. says:

    I love having our neighbors over for dinner and hosting block parties. It really draws the our neighborhood together.

  12. April Gray says:

    I enjoy going out of my way to help people. Whether it be holding the door open for someone, helping someone load their groceries in the car, and just giving them a smile. I like to make other’s happy.

  13. Denise Klay says:

    My community is based on the needs that effect my family and I help out and volunteer in any way that helps focus more attention on the things that effect the lives of my family and hopefully help raise awareness for others so they can help their families lives. I also go to a support group and try to stay positive and find creative ways to support at home. Organic is the first thing we changed in the home….a great foundation for health and wellness.

  14. I volunteer at local hospital

  15. Stephanie says:

    I support my local food cooperative and teach community education classes on health and nutrition.

  16. i leave coupons that i won’t need in the grocery store aisles for others to use

  17. Tami Lewis says:

    I smile and encourage people.

  18. hayley s says:

    We go to the local farmers market each week to support local business!

  19. I look for ways to help the kids.

  20. Lots of smiles

  21. I volunteer with my local preservation and conservation association, where we work to save old buildings, and keep some of what’s in them out of the landfill if we can’t save them.

  22. I’m volunteering at summer school.

  23. Katie Klein says:

    Always try to help out where I can. We pick up litter and regularly donate extras to charities!

  24. Pick up litter, recycle what I can and try to help people

  25. I am a teacher and I devote as much time as possible to my students. I love them like they are my own <3

  26. Jeffrey says:

    I’ve encouraged family, friends and coworkers to live a healthier lifestyle through exercise and choosing better food options.

  27. Jasmine Henderson says:

    I always treat others with kindness.

  28. Audrey G. says:

    I use cloth diapers, recycle, do whatever I can to help make the world a better place.

  29. Julie W says:

    I try to be friendly & smile at people. ;)

  30. Buying local produce and recycling. Donating clothes and food.

  31. Tamra Phelps says:

    Well, I’m spending a lot of time with my niece & nephews lately, trying to make them happy, lol!

  32. Denise Taylor-Dennis says:

    With small acts of kindness like a smile or letting someone in front of you when you are driving.

  33. I let my baby do it for me! That toothless grin has never failed to get others to smile back!

  34. wen budro says:

    I make an effort to smile and say hello to people that I pass.

  35. I stop to help whoever comes my way in need, especially keeping an eye out for the elderly in this intense heat!

  36. Lee Mckoen says:

    I volunteer to clean up our local trails!

  37. Donating food to the food pantry.

  38. Sherl Bastien says:

    My grandmother always said if you cant say anything nice do not say anything… so I always say or do something nice to everyone I see…

  39. Amanda D says:

    We shop a local farmers market.

  40. Amanda Phillips says:

    I review a lot of books for my own blog and then donate them to our local library for other people to enjoy. It’s a small town so not much of a budget for books and what they do get it always spent on expensive bestsellers so there isn’t much wiggle room leftover for buying things for all generations.

  41. Hilary Andriesian says:

    I regularly post to our neighborhood’s online NextDoor chatboard.

  42. I sow seeds of positivity whenever I can…sometimes it is something small like holding the door open for someone and giving them a compliment.

  43. I volunteer to load groceries in boxes for the local Food Bank.

  44. Becky Naylor says:

    I work at a meals on wheels site and encourage seniors to volunteer on a regular basis, as well as reach out to those in need. Sometimes, a smile or a hug mean the most to those who live by themselves.

  45. Tamara N says:

    I am giving my time volunteering and helping out the elderly neighbors that we have around the area.

  46. katherine says:

    we volunteer to plant trees

  47. Caroline B says:

    I try to smile and be nice to people as often as possible!

  48. E. Diane Macauley says:

    I just try to be as conscientious and kind as possible to every one I meet. even with a simple smile and greeting. Our whole town is like that actually. Just today a boy’s service dog in training was found after two days. Everyone in town got together to canvas and look for the dog.

  49. Nicole Flynn says:

    I try to go to many of the community events in my town. I also literally plant o rather, sow, by throwing onto fields wild flowers. I do this to help the bee population.

  50. Kay Lynn says:

    I support our local CSA.

  51. By treating everyone with respect. I hate seeing waiters, cashiers, etc being treated poorly. They are people too. I think some people forget that.

  52. Maybe! I think I need to be more patient.

  53. Thank so much for sharing this great giveaway with our readers on

  54. Marissa M says:

    Always friendly!

  55. Kathy Davis says:

    I am involved with the Bridges Program in our community. It provides food and clothing for students who are in need.

  56. Terri Moore says:

    I’m growing a big garden this year so that I hope to have lots of fresh veggies to share with neighbors and friends.

  57. I give clothing (and other items) to a local women’s shelter.

  58. Jessica says:

    We grow extra veggies in our garden to share with others. Some go to friends, family, neighbors, and others go to our local food pantry.

  59. Richelle says:

    I try to lead by example for my children. Show them to hold doors, say hello, put back cart for strangers, etc. Every little deed has an impact. You can make someone’s day just by showing you care :)

  60. Jennifer says:

    we dont have much community living in a very rural area but we do teach our children to be giving human beings rather than consumers!

  61. Trying to share some love with fellow moms who need it. The trenches of parenthood is a tough and sometimes lonely place!

  62. Diane Cooper says:

    I always try to help anyone in need that I encounter on a one on one basis.

  63. im always nice!

  64. Barbara Montag says:

    I volunteer for a program called Emergency Services.
    Mostly in the Clothing Program and fill in for the Food Shelf.
    thank you

  65. we make sandwiches for the homeless with our local temple

  66. Kristi Sorg says:

    My family and I donate to the local food bank and my son has volunteered his time there helping people load food into their cars.

  67. brittani adams says:

    Cleaning up our parks and playground when needed and we’re out

  68. Amanda Mason says:

    I participate in programs at the local senior center.

  69. heather says:

    I’m a public librarian, we offer so many services to our community.

  70. Chrissy Malave says:

    I help with our community garden

  71. sheila ressel says:

    I recycle, buy locally produced products, conserve my water usage and am courteous to all I come in contact with.

  72. Teresa Thompson says:

    We share our garden with our neighbors.

  73. Through comforting others in need and praying for them and their needs.

  74. Nicole Millheim says:

    Being green and planting trees

  75. Stephanie says:

    By supporting local businesses and farmers markets.

  76. Stephanie O'Day says:

    I volunteer and donate to as many local charities as I can!


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