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    Got Pork?

    Got Pork?

    Drumroll, please! They are here!

    The wait is over.  Today, you can start ordering the new Wild Zora pork bars.


    We are excited about this new addition to our family of products. We found a wonderful local pork that is not only all-natural and raised responsibly, it also tastes wonderful. We paired it with organic fruits and vegetables, herbs, and spices to bring you new snacks that are both healthy and delicious.


    Meet Apple Pork

    You asked, we listened.  Many of you asked us to create a new AIP compliant flavor that would also be allium-free (no onions or garlic).  We built this recipe around tried and true, traditional combinations.  Apple and pork are paired with parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme and a hint of cinnamon.  The final result is a healthy, satisfying snack with delightful, comforting flavor.  We dare you to eat just one!

    • AIP compliant
    • Paleo friendly
    • Whole30 compliant
    • Dairy free
    • Gluten free
    • Allergen-free: no peanuts, no tree nuts, no soy


    Meet Taco Pork

    This is not your ordinary taco meat!  We paired the succulent pork with a unique blend of rich spices, touch of lime and a lively jalapeño.  This bar will make your taste buds dance!  Keep some in your desk drawer to brighten dull days.

    • Paleo friendly
    • Whole30 compliant
    • Dairy free
    • Gluten free
    • Allergen-free: no peanuts, no tree nuts, no soy

    Which one did you order and why? Let us know in comments!



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    Love Pork? Boy, Do We Have News For You!

    Love Pork? Boy, Do We Have News For You!

    Natural Pork

    Yes, we completed two new paleo snack recipes featuring pork and you can be among the first people to try them!

    Thanks to our Kickstarter campaign, you will have the opportunity to enjoy our new Taco Pork paleo snack bars or the AIP-friendly Apple Pork at an introductory price. Can't decide? We have a pledge level that allows you to get both!

    Visit our Kickstarter page today to get early access these new and amazing recipes!

    Which one will be your new favorite Paleo snack bar? Lively, mouthwatering Taco Pork, with jalapeño, lime, and cilantro? Or the comfort food on the go, Apple Pork, with familiar notes of parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme?

    Let us know in comments!

    Wild Zora Kickstarter


    Wild Zora is Going to Be On National TV!

    Wild Zora is Going to Be On National TV!

    Oh man, do we have some big news for you! We're practically pinching ourselves over here to make sure we're not dreaming. Get this: Wild Zora was chosen to be featured on an episode of HatchedTV

    Hatched is a nationally syndicated TV show that connects emerging brands with successful mentors and once in a lifetime opportunities. They're all about growing consumer brands and they have chosen to mentor us in growing the Wild Zora Meat and Veggie Bar brand!

    "The opportunity to be on Hatched and receive feedback from such amazing and successful entrepreneurs was mind-blowing and lends added credibility to our brand," explains Wild Zora CEO, Josh Tabin. 

    Our episode of Hatched will be shown on syndicated stations across the nation throughout the month of February, so check it out! You can also click here to see local times and stations.


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    Best of Paleo Award

    Best of Paleo Award


    And the good news just keeps on coming...Wild Zora has been nominated for a Best of Paleo award in Paleo Magazine in the Paleo Bar meat-based category! Now all we need is you, our faithful fans and customers to vote for us.

    Click here to vote for Wild Zora. We're on Page #2. It's easy peasy and you have through Wednesday, Feb 15 to vote. Oh and there's a bonus! Paleo Magazine is offering a special promo code upon completions of your ballot. 

    Vote today for Wild Zora

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    Angry Letter from a Vegetarian Zora

    Angry Letter from a Vegetarian Zora

    We get a lot of great feedback from a wide range of people... but it's not always positive. Most of you are reading this because you like our products and do eat meat. We aren't sharing this letter to create a vegetarian-bashing session, but rather to open the discussion about this topic and tell you a little more about us and why we do what we do.

    Although we didn’t exactly appreciate the language used — blurred-out here for the purpose of sharing — still, we'd like to give credit to the Angry-Zora for voicing her opinion and having the guts to express herself. She has passion and we appreciate that.

    Our own family once tried a strict vegetarian diet, but we just didn't feel good and actually lost TOO MUCH weight — unless we added a lot of grains and starch, which we now know is also unhealthy as they are the cause of metabolic disorders such as obesity & diabetes and is even linked to cancer. We struggled with it, but in the end, we believe that BALANCE is the key — a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts, healthy oils such as olive, coconut and avocado, AND the meat from healthy, pasture-raised animals. And yes, to be honest, occasionally we even eat a little bit of dairy and whole, organic grains.

    Meat is also acidic, whereas veggies are alkalizing — in our opinion, you don’t want too much of one or the other. “A little bit of everything won’t kill you,” as our-Zora’s grandma used to say. Based on how we feel eating a balanced diet, we are certain that grandma was right.

    There is also a HUGE difference in where meat is sourced: Our-Zora has visited many ranchers and slaughterhouses personally — some were like horror movies, which we would NEVER use; but the ones we do use are ultra-clean and treat the animals as respectfully as possible. And seeing it in person — no, it did not make us vegetarians — to the contrary, it gives us a huge amount of respect for the good people who do this work (that many people would rather not see), and yes, even a respect for the animals who gave their lives to feed our families. We see the whole process and system as part of nature when done responsibly and sustainably.

    For us, it really is about balance and respect: We acknowledge we are carnivores, but it’s unfair to call us cannibals. Meat eaters are not bad people. Rather, we are eating the diet that feels most natural to us.

    And, if we may, here is a direct response to the Angry-Zora, from Josh, Zora’s husband and the company CoFounder:
    Dear Angry-Zora,

    Your letter is gutsy, but a piece of advice: You won’t get far insulting or badgering others because they believe something different from you. Choose kindness. You’ll make the world a better place, and your opinions will be more respected.

    You might find it funny that we sometimes get a surprised reaction from hard-core meat eaters as well. They wonder why we’d do something so crazy as to ruin “beef-jerky” by putting kale and tomatoes in it (most of them, however, love our bars after they try them)!

    Again, it all comes down to balance. A balanced diet. Balance with nature. Balance in relationships with others. Balance is achieved through respect. We respect your opinion, and we hope, someday, you’ll respect ours.

    Our founder, Zora, is originally from the Czech Republic. In its Slavic origin, your name means “rising sun." As I write this, it is dawn in Colorado. Strong, warm winds, called Chinooks, are eating away at the deep snow that fell last week. Early light peeks-up from the plains in the East. The “Zora” morning star, balanced between night and day, flickers brightly, for just this moment.

    Shine brightly, Zora. Find your balance, and learn to express it with thoughtful intelligence.

    Eat what you think is best for you. Grow strong. And never lose your courage to speak out.

    If you do that, you’ll always be the real Zora.


    To all our readers: What are your thoughts on this heated topic??