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Functional Snack Bars Target The Human Microbiome With Barley

July 25, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Australian natural foods company Freedom Foods Group has introduced a range of functional snack bars based on a strain of whole grain, non-GMO barley. The snack bars promote gut wellness, according to the company, because mix of grains, including barley, has more of the three types of important fiber – namely, insoluble fiber (“roughage”), resistant starch that acts like fiber, and soluble fiber. The Barley+ Toasted Muesli and Snack Bar range, featuring the Australian whole grain, BARLEYmax, will be sold by Kroger in the U.S. [Image Credit: © Freedom Foods ]
"Positive Digestive Benefits Linked to New Barley+ Line Featuring Unique Australian Barley Super Grain", News release, Freedom Foods Group, July 25, 2017, © Freedom Foods Group
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