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About This Brand
White chia seeds, brown rice syrup, organic cashew butter, unsweetened coconut, gluten free rolled oats, organic agave syrup, organic brown rice crisps (organic brown rice, organic brown rice syrup, sea salt), almonds, arabic gum, natural flavors, sea salt, mixed tocopherols (natural vitamin E).
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Reviews For Coconut Chia Bars
Based on 6 Reviews
I love these coconut chia bars! They are enough to hold over the hunger for awhile. The taste is awesome and they are full of awesome goodness! The texture is a little on the chewey side. They are small, but they do the job. I will tell you that it's cheaper to buy the 5 per box than big box.. Just fyi on that one! You would think it would be cheaper to buy the big one but NOT!
Very good supplement.
The bar is small but give you a satisfied feeling for hours. I love the bar and will order it again.
Really tasty. All 3 bites.
Really tasty. All 3 bites. Pkg is deceiving, but will know better next time. Will order again!
- Denise McAllister
Really Great Snack
I really like these! For healthy snacking or a quick tide-me-over treat when I am on the go and can't get some food right away. I will get more of these for sure.
- Andrea Seiler
Delicious little snacks!
These chia bars are delicious and I love that they are low in sugar and are healthy. I always keep one in my purse or car for a quick energy snack when I need it.
They're definitely chewy in a weird way but I seem to be getting more used to it. Other than the texture, I liked them. They seem super small but they're surprisingly satisfying!
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