Food and energy bar enthusiasts aren't just looking for natural ingredients these days — they're looking for ingredients in their natural state, uncooked and unprocessed. Like many raw food proponents, these consumers believe healthy fruits, nuts and vegetables can lose valuable vitamins and enzymes when subjected to the typical manufacturing process. “Consumers are reading ingredients labels and really trying to find those pure foods,” said Dawn Jackson Blatner, a spokeswoman for the ...

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