A filling snack bar that is healthy, nutritious and delicious? Too good to be true? No, that’s just Good Full Stop. Made with love in Devon and suitable for vegetarians and vegans, Good Full Stop Bars are yummy, good for you and great on the go. 


Good Full Stop bars offer a perfect marriage of a tasty and satisfying snack bar, while being an excellent source of nutrition – all the pleasure and none of the pain. Using the finest natural, wholesome ingredients and only a ‘hint of naughtiness’, Good Full Stop bars are gluten and dairy-free and have a medium to low glycaemic index. All but one of the flavours even counts as one of your five-a-day – a fact we think is epic!
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By James Hill 15 Jul, 2016
VegFest London
Olympia, London
Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd October 2016 11.00am-6.00pm / 10.00am- 5.00pm

West Midlands Vegan Festival
Wolves Civic, Wolverhampton
Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th October 2016 10.00am - 6.00pm

The Allergy & Free From Show Liverpool
Exhibition Centre Liverpool
Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th November 2016 10.00am - 4.00pm

The Cake & Bake Show
Event City, Manchester
Thursday 10th - Sunday 13th November 2016 10.00am- 5.00pm

Animal Aid South West Christmas without Cruelty
Corn Exchange, Exeter
Saturday 19th November 2016 10.00am - 4.30pm

Winterfest Leeds
Leeds Town Hall
Sunday 27th November 2016 11.00am-5.00pm

VegFest Scotland
SECC, Glasgow
Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th December 2016 11.00am-6.00pm / 10am-5pm
By James Hill 05 Jul, 2016
Following months of product and brand development, along with growing distribution via a number of Holland & Barrett stores and independent retailers, we are going out on the road to spread the good news about our delicious and nutritious Good Full Stop bars. It is true that we are verging on the evangelical about our new brand of healthy, nutritional snack bars – which not only act as one of your five a day (except for that cheeky little Double Choc variety) as well as being jam-packed with essential vitamins and minerals – but we think once you’ve tried them you’ll never want for any other snack.

With fans across the UK as well as further afield in countries such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi and South Africa, we are excited to spread the love of these super healthy nutritious bars that taste amazing far and wide.Over the next few months we will be hitting the road and attending some of the major shows around the UK and further afield – from vegetarian extravaganzas to convenience store trade shows.

Here are some of our movements over the coming months. If you are going to be attending any of the below, do pop along and say ‘Hi’ and we can show you our new trade stand that is going to knock your socks off. Oh, and if you haven’t already done so, make sure you grab a sample of our delicious range of Good Full Stop bars to find out which one you love the most.

February 27-28th

One of Europe’s biggest vegan events, VegfestUK Brighton is set to kick off the Good Full Stop UK Tour. We are more than happy to get on board and champion the festival’s mission to encourage more people to go vegan, live vegan and stay vegan as well as teaching vegan to others. Good Full Stop Bars are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans, and taste amazing, so no need to forego flavour.

Scotland 19-20th March – Stand B36
Berlin 15-17th April

Whether you or someone you care for lives with allergies, intolerances, eczema or coeliac disease or need to live ‘free from’ gluten, wheat, eggs, nuts or dairy, or need to avoid dust mites, latex or any other material, then the Allergy Show is a must for your calendar.

18-20th April

The National Convenience Show 2016 is the must-attend event for all owners and buyers from the convenience market, including convenience stores, forecourts, independent retailers, symbol groups, CTN's, off licences, wholesalers, cash and carries, sandwich shops and cafes. We very much look forward to introducing the Good Full Stop brand to new potential sales outlets.

21st April

Hosted by National Wholesale Buying Group, Confex, this year’s trade show promises great things and will once again showcase over 70 suppliers representing a broad spectrum of products, including our very own Good Full Stop bars naturally. We look forward to meeting other suppliers to share stories as well as catching up with some of the UK’s key distributors.We are just finalising the next phase of the tour and will soon be announcing more shows we will be attending throughout the year, so keep an eye on our website to see where you can find us!
By James Hill 01 Jul, 2016
The Good Full Stop team can frequently be found on our travels around the world, either sourcing the delicious dates that make up our Good Full Stop bars, or venturing to countries we would like to introduce our products to. It’s always good to come back to our home county again to enjoy the delights of Devon, one of the most beautiful and varied areas in the UK to explore on foot. With coastal paths, dramatic scenic coastline, rugged mystical moorland and undulating countryside, there’s no better way to discover the Heart of Devon than going for a walk. Here are our top ten places to go for a walk around our home county… with a healthy supply of Good Full Stop bars of course.

1 The East Devon Way
Stretching from Exmouth all the way to Lyme Regis, the 40-mile East Devon Way can be tackled all at once (fuelled by several Good Full Stop bars) or broken up into six more manageable sections (one for each flavour of Good Full Stop!). Running right through the heart of the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), this links the South West Coast Path, the beautiful Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and the Exe Estuary. The walk uses a mixture of rights of way, permissive routes and minor roads, leading the walker through heathland, woodland and river valley.For the full route, visit:  www.eastdevonaonb.org.uk

2 Teign Valley Classic Circuit
From the imposing bulk of Castle Drogo – the last castle to be built in England – and following the breathtaking Hunter’s Path high above the river Teign, the Teign Valley Classic Circuit is perhaps the most famous walk on Dartmoor. Taking about two to two-and-a-half hours to complete, this circular walk is 3.5 miles long and is suitable for taking your dog with you. Starting at Castle Drogo’s main car park, the route takes in the delights of woodland, with Fingle Bridge Inn just under half way around offering the perfect place to stop and enjoy lunch or a refreshing drink, and a Good Full Stop Bar!For the full route, visit: Teign Valley Classic Circuit3 Wander down the Grand Western Canal The Grand Western Canal Country Park is a popular place to enjoy a flat, easy walk in the countryside – ideal for those with very young children, elderly relatives and wheelchair users. The Grand Western Canal Country Park and Local Nature Reserve is an 11¼-mile long linear park based around the in-water section of the Grand Western Canal in Devon. A fantastic new Canal Visitor Centre, located in the Canal Basin in Tiverton, was officially opened by local Olympic athlete and canal-lover Jo Pavey, in 2013. The new oak-clad, elliptical building provides a great starting point for visits to the canal and houses a fascinating range of displays, bringing to life the Canal’s rich natural and industrial history. Bring a picnic – not forgetting the Good Full Stop Bars.For more information on walks to take, visit: Grand Western Canal

4 Wembury Beach to Heybrook Bay Walk
Starting at Wembury Bay National Trust car park, this moderate walk along the South West Coast Path, leading up from the bay and passing fields and the former HMS Cambridge site, loops back around from Heybrook Bay to take in the views of the Mewstone. There is plenty of wildlife to enjoy along this stretch of coast as well as discovering Wembury Point’s interesting past. For refreshments, there is the cute Old Mill Cafe or combine your walk with a more refined experience - the nearby Langdon Court does a great lunch offer. For the full walk details, visit: Wembury Beach to Heybrook

5 Greenway Garden Ramble
Agatha Christie called Greenway 'the loveliest place in the world' and treasured it as a holiday home for her and her family. We like to combine a visit to the house with this one-mile circular walk, which leads you through some of the more secluded areas of the garden, including the North Walled Garden and the Bird Pond. It brings you to the best place in the whole garden to see the views of the River Dart all the way down to Dartmouth – and don’t forget to Tweet us a photo with your Good Full Stop Bar. For full details of the walk, visit: Greenway Garden Ramble

6 Bantham to Thurlestone
Another favourite of ours on the South West Coast Path, take in the old haunts of Saxons and smugglers, lush coastline and glittering sea, then amble back through the green fields of South Devon. An ideal walk to combine surf with turf, Bantham Beach is also perfect as a place to learn to surf. Good Full Stop Bars are perfect for giving you sustained energy whether hiking or surfing, so make sure you pack plenty of supplies. You can also stop for refreshments at the Village Inn at Thurlestone or Sloop Inn at Bantham. For full details of the route, visit Bantham to Thurlestone Circular Walk

7 Gentle walk to Heddon's Mouth
Designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the Heddon Valley is home to a variety of wildlife including otters and the rare high brown fritillary butterfly. You'll also find a restored 19th-century lime kiln on the beach. Take a gentle stroll on this one-hour easy route through ancient woodland alongside the River Heddon, to where it meets the sea between some of England's highest cliffs. The route starts and finishes at the Heddon Valley National Trust Gift Shop. For the full route, please visit: Gentle Walk to Heddon's Mouth

8 Lynton and the Valley of Rocks
When we want to go for a nice and easy, family-friendly walk, Lynton and the Valley of Rocks is a firm favourite on the South West Coast Path. The Coast Path from Lyntyon to the famous Valley of Rocks is relatively level and has been surfaced with tarmac to make it easier for everyone to use. Children will love the stories associated with the spectacular rock formations, and the herd of friendly feral goats. And no family visit to the picturesque towns of Lynton and Lynmouth would be complete without a trip on the world famous Cliff Railway – chomp your way through a Good Full Stop Bar as you take in the views.

9 Ashclyst Forest butterfly walk
Starting from the bus stop at Killerton road junction on B3181, we love taking a leisurely walk along sunken lanes and woodland rides and through broad-leaved and coniferous woodland. Keep an eye out for fritillary butterflies (pearl-bordered, small pearl-bordered and silver-washed), white admiral and other butterflies. The 4-mile walk neatly deposits you at the end at the Killerton House main car park – a perfect spot for with tea and a Good Full Stop Bar as a just reward

10 Wood and Wildflowers Walk at Combe Wood
Located near Honiton, on the outskirts of the Blackdown Hills AONB, this circular walk around Combe Wood can be enjoyed at any time of the year, but is at its very best during bluebell season in early May when the ground is blanketed with these fragrant flowers. Taking in the delights of all manner of flora and fauna the beauty of this walk is that it’s almost impossible to get lost. All you need to do is keep the edge of the wood to your right.For full route details, please visit: Combe Wood Wildflower Walk

So do get out and about in Devon’s great outdoors – making sure to take a good supply of Good Full Stop Bars – healthy snacks for all the family.
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