Revolutionary Approach to Child Nutrition with NEW Bar Design External

Revolutionary Approach to Child Nutrition with NEW Bar Design External

In America, 1 in 6 children experience hunger, and over twenty-six million do not get sufficient nutrition on a daily basis. The World Food Bank (WFB), in partnership with the Good Score(TM) team, has stepped in to address this growing public health issue by offering schools the new Good Score bar as an affordable, healthy meal-replacement option that also benefits local farmers and grocers.

James Marson, Founder, and CEO of Redox Development and Good Score,

has more than two decades in nutrition bar design, development, and manufacturing, but believes that what Good Score is doing now is revolutionary.

“We are literally using no artificial ingredients or preservatives, and creating super nutritious foods that are being customized by the directors of nutrition in each state so that they fill gaps in the system”.

Some bars are designed for kids needing fewer calories and more key nutrients, while other bars are complete meal replacements. Still others are for athletes wanting more calories, protein, and good fats to provide long lasting energy.

With a blend of superfoods

that taste great and enriched with 26 minerals and vitamins, Good Score bars fill the gap for kids who aren’t getting sufficient nutrition.

The WFB uses a systemic approach to upcycle crops, fruits, and vegetables from grocers while fortifying them to produce delicious energy and meal-replacement bars for kids. They can be purchased by school districts for a small fraction of the market price, allowing them to buy high-value nourishment at low cost.

This benefits local farmers and grocers

while giving students access to high-quality, locally grown food without preservatives or chemicals.

The bars are a pure, high protein source of balanced nutrition with an amazing taste for sustained energy. They are: 

1. Designed to exceed USDA standards

2. Certified: NON-GMO, Gluten-free, Kosher, Halal, and Vegan

3. Recipes to meet the students’ specific needs or flavor preferences

4. Optional fortification is available for additional vitamins, minerals, probiotics, antioxidants, superfoods, collagen proteins, coconut oil, MCT oil, and almond butter

5. Creating an ecosystem to support local farmers who have an excess of produce

Lindsey Jenn

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