Balance Bar Introduces Chocolate Almond Biscotti and Cinnamon Bun Nutrition BarsValhalla, N.Y., Balance Bar, one of America's original nutrition/energy bar leaders, introduces Café, in two great flavors: Chocolate Almond Biscotti -- A crunchy protein core drizzled with chocolate and topped with almonds for a satisfying biscotti taste -- and Cinnamon Bun -- An indulgent combination of crunchy protein crisps with a cinnamon topping.
All natural Café flavors contain 14g of protein, 23 vitamins and minerals with an excellent source of antioxidants and vitamin D, and they adhere to the 40/30/30 nutritional model (40 percent of calories come from healthy carbohydrates, 30 percent from quality protein, and 30 percent from dietary fat). They are certified Kosher and contain only 200 calories.
"People who are on the go reach for Balance Bars for the right combination of great taste, healthy nutrition, energy and convenience," says Erin Lifeso, Balance Bar's director of marketing. "Our two new Café bars will really appeal to busy folks looking to complement their morning or afternoon hot beverages."
Suggested retail price for a 1.76-oz single serve bar is $1.49.
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