Our Secret is Simple

An oven…and a whole lot of love. Bobo’s first bar was baked with love using simple ingredients you can find in you own pantry.

We use four main ingredients in everything we bake. Wholesome, whole grain energy from organic oats, tons of delicious flavors like chocolate chips, nut butter, and fruit so you can treat your taste buds with love. Clean, better-for-you ingredients that are gluten-free and verified Non-GMO.

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100% ORGANIC WHOLE GRAIN OATS

Each Bobo’s snack is made with 100% organic whole grain oats. Whole grains can help you achieve healthier blood pressure, and contain beneficial bacteria to improve gut health. They also leave you feeling fuller for longer!

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ORGANIC COCONUT OIL

Always organic, coconut oil is a great source of healthy fats.

ORGANIC WHOLE CANE SUGAR

Contains amino acids, vitamins and minerals not found in processed sugar.

BROWN RICE SYRUP

Adds delicious taste and helps all of our good stuff stay together.

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Gluten Free

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Non-GMO

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Vegan

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Kosher

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Dairy Free

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Soy Free

INGREDIENTS FAQs

Are Bobo’s Dairy-free?

Yes, all Bobo’s are free of any dairy products.

Are Bobo’s NUT-free?

There are several flavors of Bobo’s that contain tree nuts and/or peanuts. Bobo’s has an allergen program in place to prevent cross contact with these allergens, but we recommend that those with allergies to these ingredients exercise caution when eating our products. We recommend consulting with a doctor for any specific questions or concerns.

Are Bobo’s Vegan?

All of our classic Oat Bars, Oat Bites, Stuff'd Bars, and Toaster Pastries are made free of animal products or by-products. Our Nut Butter Protein Bars do contain 100% organic honey.

Are Bobo’s GLUTEN-FREE?

Every one of our products is certified gluten-free by the GFCO. Our bakery is a gluten-free facility and we undergo daily testing on every batch of our oat bars.

Are Bobo’s Kosher?

All of our bars are certified kosher by Earth Kosher.

Are Bobo’s Fodmap Friendly?

FODMAPS are short-chain carbohydrates that are resistant to digestions. They’re hard to digest and can therefore lead to digestive symptoms. Common FODMAPs include Fructose, Lactose, Frucans, Galactans, and Polyols*. Click here to view the list of Bobo’s products that are FODMAP-friendly.

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Why Does Bobo’s use organic Coconut oil

In 2018 we replaced the original recipe’s vegan buttery spread, made from palm, canola and olive oils, with organic coconut oil, reducing all products’ list of ingredients by five. For the past 14 years, the humble oat bar recipe created by Beryl Stafford and her daughter ‘Bobo’ has remained unchanged. However, recognizing consumers preference for fewer yet high quality ingredients Bobo’s has invested in improving the ingredients quality while also refining the consistency and texture of each hand-made bar.

The simplification was a conscious one, as the replacement of canola and palm oil with organic coconut oil lessens the environmental impact of deforestation. Sustainability and simpler ingredients are important attributes to consumers and the move to organic coconut oil incorporates both of these tenets.

We source our coconut oil from small, generational family farms and trees that average 20+ years of age drastically reducing the harsh deforestation and clearcutting commonly known with canola and palm oil production. The farms we source from are small in size and coconut trees have been the predominate tree of this “forest” region for many generations. The regional ecosystem is anchored on the survival of these coconut tree forests and the ecosystem’s livelihood depends on the continued maintenance of these coconut tree forests. Rather than a detriment to the regional ecosystem, these trees are the heart of local species and overall ecosystem’s survival.

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MADE WITH LOVE

Mixed by bakers. Pressed perfectly into trays. And baked at 350° for 30 warm-hearted minutes. True love is pulling out a mouth-watering tray from the oven and knowing the end of this batch is just the beginning of whatever’s baking next.