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One Prize is the first amaranth-based chocolate bar that seeks to replace milk chocolates in the market. It was created for those who seek a healthy lifestyle but still want to eat the same delicious snacks.

Amaranth

It is known to be the best plant-based seed for human consumption. Amaranth is a superfood; it is not a cereal grain like wheat or oats, however, this seed yields some tremendous nutritional benefits. It was considered a staple food in ancient civilizations of America. Amaranth is gluten-free & high in fiber, which makes our One Prize superfood chocolate bars the best alternative to any other junk chocolate bar.

HIGH IN PROTEIN

Amaranth is a great source of essential amino acids. One cup of raw amaranth contains 28.1 grams of protein. In comparison, 1 cup of raw white rice contains 13.1 grams of protein. Not only that, the protein in the "albumin" and "globulins" of amaranth, make an excellent source of high quality protein.

CHOLESTEROL-LOWERING 

Amaranth helps save lives; literally! The grain has been part of numerous studies for cardiovascular diseases, such as coronary heart disease and hypertension.

GLUTEN FREE

Amaranth is a great alternative to wheat. In addition, amaranth is also much healthier and more nutritious than common wheat because of its incredible properties, so even if you do not suffer from gluten intolerance, there are many positive reasons to implement this super grain in your diet. 

Chia

We have combined Amaranth with Chia on our dark chocolate bites. Chia is a pseudo-grain, which means they are high-carbohydrate seeds of a non-grass plant. This superfood was consumed in ancient times, especially in Mexico, and originates from the plant Salvia hispanica.

Quinoa

We have combined quinoa with amaranth on our white chocolate bar. Quinoa is probably one of the most popular superfoods. It originates from the Chenopodium quinoa plant. It was a staple food in South America about 5000 years ago; in fact, Incas called it "the mother of all grains." 

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