One of the main problems of the urban society of the 21st century is the lack of time. We work 8 hours or more (whether we are self-employed or employed) and live far from our jobs, so we spend a lot of time on the move. We tend to have stressful jobs where everything is for yesterday or where we require always attention and focus. We eat fast and badly, we eat hardly anything and if we are away from home the choice is always difficult because there are no healthy options within our reach.
Those of us who were born before 1985 have become older, we have had a partner and children. We dedicate all the time we have left from work to our children and family, so we have little or any free time to taking care of ourselves. This makes us stressed and tired. And worst of all, we fight everything with stimulants like coffee and tea, drinks that end up causing more fatigue and anxiety.
Another consequence of all these factors is stress and anxiety, the difficulty to fall asleep and rest properly.
Snadi arises to provide a solution to these problems, have a healthy snack and be able to combat the lack of energy (Prana) and stress and anxiety (Manas) through plants with bioactive properties. Other consequences of modern life are having a depressed immune system (lack of energy, tiredness, frequently ill) and a collapsed digestive system (heaviness, swelling, …), is a whole circle that feeds back. We are not new in this field. We have been making natural products for more than 15 years, giving classes on nutrition at universities and writing books on healthy eating.
We will always create plant-based bars that have, in addition to nutritional value, a functional value. Our intention is to create healthy products that help improve people’s lives.
Also, Nadiprana, the family business where Sandi bars are born, donate 10% of its income to the protection of animals, especially cats. Nadiprana is a company founded 50% by Albert Hurtado and 50% by his mother.
The money we donate goes exclusively to protect the cats, to purchase quality food for them, to take care of them when they get ill and to search for families who may want to adopt them.
Albert has been an entrepreneur in food and health companies for more than 10 years. He has also been a university professor and has written books and articles about food. He also does triathlon and CrossFit. Albert faces life from challenge to challenge, and his new challenge is to improve people’s lives through Snadi bars.