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In the wake of COVID-19, LivBar donates organic, real food, low allergen bars to hospitals

 

PORTLAND, Ore. June 15, 2020

Since the outbreak of Covid-19 LivBar has been quietly donating bars to local hospitals.

 “Since March we’ve been donating bars to a few hospitals around the country. It’s not much on a grand scale but it’s what we can do as growing brand to help,” said CEO Wade Brooks, “My neighbors work at Salem Hospital as nurses - it’s a scary situation for everyone.”

A few hospitals reached out to LivBar specifically hoping for real food fuel:

“My coworkers and I have been seeing coronavirus patients all day during our shifts. Because of the amount of protective equipment we’re wearing and how busy it has been, we’ve often only been able to take short quick breaks throughout the day, and have been gorging on mostly junk food. We were wondering if Liv Bars has thought of supporting healthcare workers on the frontlines with donations of your bars so that we can stay energized and healthy as we do our work.”

“We are working hard in the midst of the COVID-19 health crisis. Trying to calm patients' fears, who are worried and scared about their health, and their families' health, and their safety. We are doing the best we can getting our patients through this. It's hard trying to keep ourselves in check, too. Frayed nerves and stress eating. Doughnuts and egg mcmuffins aren't the most nutritious things to be putting in our bodies right now. I have eaten your LivBars. They taste great, satisfying, and not only that, are good fuel for the body."

LivBar has responded by donating bars to each team that has reached out. 

The LivBar team has also heard positive feedback on the donations:

“I wanted to thank you again for the donation of LivBars. The ladies here at my workplace absolutely loved them! It really turned around a morning that started out very gloomy. They were so excited as they looked through the different flavors, picking out their choice of bar (by the way, blueberry was the first pick). It put smiles on a lot of faces. Thank you again so much for this.”

“Thank you so much for the delicious bars!!! My staff loved them! And with your generous donation, I was able to distribute to multiple units and they went like hot cakes!”

Founder Jan Johansen said, “We’re so grateful for the efforts of frontline healthcare workers and are glad to be able to provide as many as we can with real food fuel.” 

LivBars are currently available nationwide, online at Amazon Prime, Amazon Subscribe and Save, direct from the LivBar website (www.livbar.com), and in thousands of stores including Walmart, Whole Foods, Erewhon, Fresh Thyme, Piggly Wiggly, Bristol Farms, New Seasons Market, Kings Food Market, and Market of Choice.

LivBar is distributed nationally through UNFI, KeHE, Core-Mark, McLane, and DPI Specialty Foods.

About LivBar
LivBar was founded in 2012 in Salem, Oregon, by two nutrition and fitness experts, Jan and Gabe Johansen. LivBars are innovative as one of the few baked bars in the nation and are in the sweet spot between hard nut bars and soft date paste bars. They are all plant-based, USDA certified organic, have superfood ingredients, are low allergen, and come in the bar industry’s only home compostable wrapper. In addition to being gluten-free, peanut-free, dairy-free, corn-free, soy-free, and GMO free, they are vegetarian and vegan. For more about LivBar, visit LivBar.com or check out our social media channels: FacebookInstagramTwitter, & LinkedIn.

June 15, 2020 — LivBar Team
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