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We don’t climb mountains

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Published by: Lisa Murray
Mt. Sherman, 14,035 feet, one of Colorado's fourteeners, hiking
Savoring a moment at the top of Mt. Sherman, 14,035 feet, one of Colorado’s fourteeners.

We don’t climb mountains. Well, we have. If you live in Colorado it is almost a requirement to climb a 14er. A “fourteener” is what we call a mountain that is 14,000 feet above sea level and we have 58 of them in the state – the most of any state.

Snack bar makers seem to share a common theme; they climb mountains, run marathons or compete in triathlons and are inspired to create a bar to fuel their bodies for these various activities.

We, on the other hand, are inspired by great food. We have been known to wax poetic about an amazing dish and we remember business trips by the restaurants in the city and great meals shared.  In our world, debate can be vigorous when discussing the best pizza in Chicago, comparing Kansas City vs. Memphis vs. Austin BBQ, or the best Pho in Portland.

Savory Harvest was invented because there was no convenient, on the go UnSweet snack option. Sure it has 7 grams of protein, only 4 grams of sugar and includes superfoods like flax, chia, kale and spinach but taste is our number one priority.

Like any self-respecting Coloradan we hike, bike, ski and ride. But, we are not dedicated enough athletes to eat something just because it is good for us if it doesn’t taste great. Life is short, you should be able to savor your food, even if you are on the go.

Savor the moment.

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