Spoil mom (or yourself) with our tasty Mother's Day treats. We have chocolate truffles, muffins, and brownies, all blended up in store and designed to be as nutritious as they are delicious. As usual, everything we make is plant based, gluten free and created using whole foods. Learn more about the options below!
Enjoy special flavors, deals, and treats at BARE this Valentine's Day! From now until February 14th try our limited edition Chocolate Covered Strawberry bowl and our Sweet Tart Smoothie, pre-order vegan treats or purchase a gift card for someone special, and enjoy special discounts with loved ones.
Purchase gift cards in store or...more
Give the gift of BARE this holiday season and take advantage of our simple and affordable gift offerings available in store or online. Purchase BARE gift cards in store or online, entertain with our new fresh pressed juice mixers, spoil your loved one or yourself with raw vegan treats and more! Most importantly, take time to focus on...more
Fall is in full swing at BARE and we're excited to share our specialty seasonal blends with you. Be sure to try the classics including our Apple Cider Donut and Pumpkin Spice Latte bowls and sip on our new smoothies.
In addition to fall themed bowls and smoothies, we also have Pumpkin Spice bliss balls, Pumpkin Spice and Vanilla Cinnamon Overnight Oats, specialty fall coffees and organic quinoa harvest salads in our grab and go fridge...more
Researchers from Oregon State University suggest that consuming nuts can reduce ones risk of developing coronary heart disease (CHD) and, contrary to popular belief, do not facilitate weight gain. Data from one study suggested that consuming nuts five times per week reduces risk of mortality from CHD by 48%. Similarly,...more
THE IMPORTANCE OF FIBER
The China Study states that fiber is essential to maintain good health. Conusming a diet high in fiber is key to avoiding constipation based disease (large, bowl cancer, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids) because fiber acts as a catalyst that moves water along in the body. In addition, dietary fiber is only found in plant foods because the cell wall of plants is broken down into small carbohydrate molecules...more