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- Where can I find Health Warrior products?
Can you send me a free sample to try before I buy?
Unfortunately, we can’t send free samples for first time customers. But, we offer hassle-free returns as well as low cost sampler options on our online store, and you can save 15% with code HW15OFF at checkout.
What forms of payment do you accept online?
We accept all major credit cards, Apple Pay, and Amazon Pay through our online store.
Can I cancel my one-time order once it has been placed?
Due to our quick turnaround time we are unable to cancel most orders once they are placed. Please call (804) 381 5305 immediately if you need to cancel your order.
Do you offer free shipping?
Yes, all orders over $25 receive free shipping!
When will my order arrive?
All orders ship within one business day of being received. Depending on your distance from our warehouse in Richmond, VA, you can expect to receive your order in 1-4 business days.
How do I track my order?
You will receive an e-mail with your tracking number once you order has shipped, including a link to the tracking page.
If you have an account on our site, you may view your order status and shipping information at any time by logging in to your account.
Need help locating your package? Email us at email@example.com or call 804.381.5305
- Do you ship outside of the U.S.?
Can you ship to my business or PO box?
Are there any allergens in Chia Bars?
Yes. All flavors except for Chocolate Peanut Butter contain some or all of the following tree nuts: coconut, cashews, and almonds.
The Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Bar and Peanut Butter Cacao Superfood Protein Bar super snacks contain peanuts.
Are Health Warrior Bars non-GMO?
Yes. Health Warrior Chia Bar super snacks are certified non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project.
According to the Non-GMO Project, “GMOs ‘genetically modified organisms,’ are plants or animals created through the gene splicing techniques of biotechnology (also called genetic engineering).” No splicing or engineering of any kind has been performed on the ingredients in Health Warrior Chia Bar snacks.
Are your bars gluten-free? Soy free? Natural? Vegan? Kosher?
Yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes. Health Warrior Chia Bars and Superfood Protein Bars are gluten, soy, and dairy free. They are 100% natural and 100% vegan.
In fact, Health Warrior Chia Bars and Superfood Protein Bars are certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. And, they are Kosher certified by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
How can these bars be gluten free if you use oats?
All of Health Warrior’s products are gluten free. The oats used in these bars are gluten free oats.
How can these bars be gluten free if they are produced on equipment that also processes wheat?
Almost all food processing facilities that make gluten free products also make products with gluten or wheat content. All our products are certified gluten free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), which is part of the Gluten Intolerance Group. They adhere to the most rigorous standards for gluten in the industry, all products and ingredients must contain <10 ppm of gluten content. The FDA standard is <20 ppm.
Every lot of all our products is tested by an independent laboratory to assure they adhere to this standard. They are not released for sale until test results confirm compliance.
The facility where they are made is also audited by the GFCO for allergen cleaning practices and those practices are confirmed by environmental testing of the equipment. Before our products are produced an allergen clean is performed and validated on the production and packaging lines used.
How can you prevent against cross contamination for allergens (dairy, peanut, soy) if it is produced on the same equipment?
All the equipment and facility go through an allergen clean that is validated with testing to assure no opportunity for cross contamination.
I suffer from diverticulitis. Should I eat your bars?
Please note that chia seeds provide a good portion of your Daily Recommended Value of fiber. One Health Warrior Chia Bar contains 16% of your Daily Recommended Value of Fiber.One Superfood Protein Bar contains 20% of your Daily Recommended Value of Fiber. If you have dietary concerns, it is best to discuss with your doctor or primary care physician.
Is it possible to be allergic to chia?
It is very rare, but it is possible. Those most likely to have a negative reaction to chia seeds are those who are allergic to sesame or mustard seed or to other members of the Salvia family, like sage or mint.
What are the mixed tocopherols in your bars?
The tocopherols are a natural form of vitamin E added to our bars to help preserve their freshness.
Why do you use agave syrup? Don’t you know it’s bad for you?
Many of the Health Warrior Chia Bars and Superfood Protein Bars use a small amount of Organic Agave Syrup together with other ingredients to help hold together all the delicious and nutritious ingredients in the bars into a convenient snack you can eat on the go.
Can you tell me how much phosphorus/potassium/other unlisted vitamin or ingredient is in your bars?
We do not have that information about our bars as that is not an FDA required vitamin.
What are natural flavors?
In short, natural flavors are those derived from a natural source as opposed to artificial flavor which is synthetically made in a laboratory.
The Code of Federal Regulations, issued by the FDA defines natural flavor or natural flavoring as, “the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof, whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional.” (21CFR501.22)