Does Kip's Granola Bark contain any of the eight main food allergens?

Kip's Granola Bark is FREE of the top 8 allergens: no peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, fish or shellfish. 

Where is Kip's Granola Bark produced? What allergens are present?

All products are manufactured in a dedicated peanut free, certified gluten free facility, and on top-8 allergen "free" equipment. Good manufacturing practices are followed to ensure proper segregation of other allergens. Facility contains tree nuts, dairy, soy, and egg.  For more information or with any further questions, please send us an email at info@lovekips.com.

Is Kip’s Granola Bark gluten free?

Yes, Kip's Granola Bark is certified gluten free.  If you have any questions, please email us at info@lovekips.com.

Does Kip's Granola Bark contain any corn products?

No, Kip's Granola Bark does not contain any corn products.

Does Kip’s Granola Bark contain any sulfites?

No, there are no sulfites in Kip’s Granola Bark.

Is Kip's Granola Bark organic?

The certified gluten free oats in our Granola Bark are organic. However, at this time, not all of the other ingredients are organic. As a small operation, we are not yet able to source only organic ingredients.

Does Kip's Granola Bark contain any preservatives?

No, Kip's Granola Bark does not contain any preservatives, and never will!

What is the "best by" date of Kip's Granola Bark? How long will it stay "fresh"?

To maintain crunch and optimal flavor, keep in a cool, dark environment and consume by date on the package. Additionally, Kip's Granola Bark is best consumed within 1-2 weeks of opening the pouch.

My Granola Bark arrived partially crumbled. What now?

Our Granola Bark is an artisan food product that is lovingly baked and packaged by hand. Although the bark is packaged in larger pieces, some shifting occurs during shipping and handling, which could result in some crumbled bark. However, don't despair; you now have granola, which is a delicious topping for smoothies, yogurt, or ice cream, or a base for protein bites! That being said, if you are unsatisfied with your Granola Bark for any reason, please contact us.

What is Demerara Sugar?

Demerara sugar is a raw, partially refined sugar, also known as Turbinado Sugar. It is less refined than white sugar, and imparts a delicious caramel flavor to baked goods.

Does Kip's have any other products?

At this time, our products are Cinnamon Crunch Granola Bark and Cocoa Crunch Granola Bark. We would love to hear your ideas on new product suggestions! Please email us at info@lovekips.com.

I live in a warm climate and the Cocoa Crunch chocolate chips have melted. What now?

Your Granola Bark is still delicious even if the chips have melted! Some might say...even better. If you want those chips to firm up again, however, just pop the bag in the fridge for a few hours.

I still have more questions. How can I contact Kip’s?

We are happy to answer any questions! Please email us at info@lovekips.com, and we will respond within 24 hours.


Does Kip’s offer wholesale Granola Bark?

Yes! Please send us an email at info@lovekips.com to inquire about carrying Kip’s Granola Bark at your retail location.

Does Kip's have an affiliate program?
Is Kip's Granola Bark certified Gluten Free?

Yes, Kip's Granola Bark is certified gluten free.  If you have any questions, please email us at info@lovekips.com.

Is Kip's Granola Bark Kosher Certified?

All ingredients in both flavors of Kip's Granola Bark are certified Kosher, but we have not applied for Kosher certification.

Where can I buy Kip's Granola Bark?

You can buy Kip's Granola Bark on our website, on Amazon.com at www.amazon.com/shops/lovekips, in several retailers in San Diego County, and a few other locations outside San Diego. We are expanding, so this list may not be accurate. For the most up-to-date information, please contact us and tell us where you live!

When will I receive my order?

Please allow 2 days for processing, and 2-3 business days for shipping. Sometimes we are able to ship your order same day, but sometimes it takes a little longer!

Finding the Good in Food Allergies: by Lindsay Stippich, @allergyfriendlymama
Guest Blogger: Faryn Meadow, @thenuttycouple
Guest Blogger: Taylor Miller: Gluten-Free Tips for Teens
Journey of Kip's
Rebranding Kip's
Guest Blogger: Shana Moore: Becoming a Vegan
Guest Blogger: Laurene Ryan, Food Allergy Parent