Can a candy that contains no corn syrup or hydrogenated oils, less sugar and added nutrition be considered junk food? The new-driven food company called Unreal Brand seems to think so. Their mission; to unjunk the world.
Entrepreneur Michael Bronner and his 15-year-old-son created Unreal candy bars to prove to America that junk food doesn't need to be full of junk. That there is a way to unjunk America's junk food and still make it taste great, find it at the usual places, and not have to pay more for it.
After hundreds of recipes and nearly two years of intensive research and development, Unreal candy created five varieties :
UNREAL 41: Candy Coated Chocolates;
UNREAL 54: Candy Coated Chocolates with Peanuts;
UNREAL 77: Peanut Butter Cups;
UNREAL 5: Chocolate Caramel Nougat Bar; and
UNREAL8: Chocolate Peanut Caramel Nougat Bar.
Each of the candies feature familiar tastes, but contain 45 percent less sugar, 13 percent less fat, 23 percent fewer calories, 149 percent more protein and 250 percent more fiber than industry leading brands, on average per unit.
The beauty of this product, is you won't need to travel to an over priced health food store that willl leave a dent in your wallet. CVS/Pharmacy will begin unjunking candy aisles with Unreal in their approximately 7,300 stores nationwide beginning in July.