About Livity Foods
A healthful lifestyle is also comprised of proper mental and physical exercise, deepening spiritually, and building meaningful friendships. Livity Foods was backed by a successful Kickstarter campaign to make their healthy hemp energy bars. They hope to use their energy bars to encourage people to join the movement towards healthy and sustainable living. Having originally started with 3 types of bars, they have recently added a 4th, which will be released soon!
Our Favorite Ever Bars
Try energy bars made from the most nutritious seed on the face of the earth
With a tinge of sweetness and saltiness amplifying all the flavors, Almond Cranberry brings together savory toasted almonds, bright cranberries, sweet coconut and hemp seeds.
Customer Reviews of Ever Bars
Great tasting bars
“All their bars are high in vegan protein, non gmo, gluten free and use all natural whole food sustainable ingredients with no fillers and preservatives. The Green Power bar has only seven natural ingredients but the standout is hemp protein which gives one bar 12 grams of protein!”
My go-to real food protein bar
“Packed with mineral-rich, plant-based protein from hemp seeds, almonds,and sesame seeds, Ever Bars are one of our healthy snack staples. They’re a bit chewy, compared to some other more crumbly bars, but even that varies based on which bar you purchase.”
These power bars will help you climb a rock wall
“One of the most unique, and pretty darn awesome, things about Livity Foods is how much they focus on each individual ingredient they use. Beyond simply listing what natural seeds, fruits and nuts go into their bars, they outline why each component is important”
Where does the hemp come from?
Livity Foods hand makes their bars in their own commercial kitchen in Maryland. Real care and attention goes in to each and every bar they make, which is pretty amazing in this day and age. Livity Foods imports their hemp seeds from Canada. Canada is the lead producer of hemp seed in the world and they offer the highest quality seeds, as farmers do not use any pesticides (herbicides, insecticides or fungicides) when growing hemp.