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12 count / $2.57 each count
Fresh-roasted peanut and almond nut butter join sweet dried figs and gluten-free whole grains with a signature chair spice blend for the most "wow"-worthy bar you'll meet.
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Unlike your average "snack bar", flavor sits front and center with this one. The people over at Big Spoon really took their time making sure the true taste of each rich nut, sweet fig, and bright spice could shine through. In case you haven't caught on yet, these are not those grocery store "fig cookies" you remember from childhood. They're an all-grown-up bar that'll have you wondering why you ever settled for less in the first place.
AllergensContains peanuts, tree nuts & coconut.
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- Recycled Content Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Health & Disease
- Poverty & Hunger
The box is curbside recyclable, and the wrapper is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Starting from scratch and building something better
Nut butters can be made with very simple ingredients. Namely the nuts themselves. When it comes to farming them, Big Spoon Roasters has committed to responsible sourcing. Mark Overbay, the founder, was inspired to create his nut butters after spending time in Zimbabwe. There, he learned to honor simple ingredients and bring care into everything he makes. By using trusted, transparent farms and producers that share their philosophy, Big Spoon makes it clear that their relationships with supplies are honest and long lasting. Doing this means both the farmers and Big Spoon can help each other by collectively growing the demand for higher quality, sustainable agriculture. Today, Big Spoon makes their delicious nut butters in Hillsborough, NC. They also work with Bee Friendly Certified almond growers in California along with domestic pecan farmers in Georgia, ginger farmers in Fiji, sorghum farmers in Tennessee, and more partners that ensure freshness, flavor, and quality.
Every nut butter jar is fully recyclable, and so are the bar boxes. Plus, the labels are printed with non-toxic ink.Learn More
supporting key causes
Big Spoon supports non-profit organizations that cover environmental conservation, wildlife habitat preservation, animal rights, human rights, hunger relief, literacy, education for the underprivieged, physical fitness, eating disorder recovery, and sustainable agriculture.Learn More
As Good Food Guild members and founding members of their local Living Wage business community, Big Spoon cares a lot about responsible sourcing. They source ingredients only from trusted, transparent farms and producers. By working with like-minded growers and food producers, they are collectively growing the demand for higher quality, sustainable agriculture.Learn More
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About the Brand
Big Spoon Roasters
Co-founder Mark Overbay learned to love simple, freshly roasted nut butters while serving in the Peace Corps in Zimbabwe. Fast forward a decade, Mark and his wife co-founded Big Spoon Roasters to share handcrafted nut butters (and later snack bars) with the world. They believe food matters to our health, happiness, the well-being of the planet and should be a source of good for everyone involved in its production.
How to use
Grab these for picnic day or honestly, any day.
What People Are Saying
- meal replacement
- chai taste
Lovely texture, filling
I really like the nut-buttery flavor with the little crunches of quinoa. The savory spices are delicious, I just wish I could taste the fig more.
Filling and Tasty
Sometimes the chai taste overpowered everything else too much, but it was overall delicious and a very filling snack that usually acted as a meal replacement.