Saturday, April 28, 2012

KIND Food Truck & Do The KIND Thing Event In SF On May 1st

The KIND food truck is making its way to San Francisco on Tuesday, May 1st. The KIND food truck will be parked at 151 3rd St. in front of SF MOMA (between Howard and Mission) from 10am-1pm. On this day of kindness the truck will be providing guests with complimentary snacks, music and most importantly, a fun way for moms to teach their children how easy it is to give back to those in the community.

Every month, do the KIND thing challenges people in a new city to do one act of kindness for someone else. If enough people sign up to do so at, the KIND will give back to a local community in need.

San Francisco and Bay Area residents do the KIND thing challenge is to prepare a healthy meal for someone who makes your life feel full - this could be a parent, a child or a close friend by Tuesday, May 1st. If enough people pledge to carry out this act of kindness, KIND will partner with the San Francisco and Marin Foods Banks to provide thousands of nutritious meals to families facing hunger.

KIND is a brand of all natural whole nut and fruit bars made from ingredients you can see and pronounce and it's also a movement that gives new purpose to snacking. KIND was founded on the principle of holistic kindness, and they pride themselves on creating new paths that avoid false compromises. KIND chooses to be healthy and tasty, convenient and wholesome, economically sustainable and socially impactful.

I finally decided to purchase a KIND bar earlier this year while shopping at TJ's only to discover how much I love their bars and was a tad disappointed that I waited so long to finally try their bar. KIND bars are a delicious, healthy snack that you feel good eating. I'm a fan of the cranberry almond + antioxidants, dark chocolate cherry cashew + antioxidants and almond & coconut. Looking forward to snacking on their other flavors. What's your favorite KIND bar flavor?

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