Patagonia Provisions Organic Apricot Fruit and Almond Bar - 12-Pack

Patagonia Provisions Organic Apricot Fruit and Almond Bar - 12-Pack
Patagonia Provisions Organic Apricot Fruit and Almond Bar - 12-Pack
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Organic Apricot Fruit and Almond Bar - 12-Pack by Patagonia Provisions
Keeping in mind their dedication to dressing everyone in organic, sustainable apparel, it only makes sense that Patagonia would start feeding everyone with organic food from farms focused on sustainability, too. Patagonia Provisions come from regenerative organic farms that build large crops with healthier soil to store more greenhouse gases. This 12-Pack of Organic Apricot Fruit and Almond Bars combine this environmentally-friendly, sustainable creation with the necessary nutrition that runners, climbers, and backpackers pack in their pockets for energy on-the-go.

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