think! High Protein Bar White Chocolate Flavor

Think High Protein Bar White Chocolate Flavor

Former known as White Chocolate Chip Think Thin Low Carb Gluten-Free Protein Bars

Due to a change in ingredients, think High Protein Bars may have a higher carb count than previous versions. Think Products has changed their focus from very low-carb bars to protein bars with better quality ingredients.

  • No Artificial Sweeteners (Does not contain sucralose, saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, neotame, or advantage.)
  • 20G Protein
  • 0G Sugar
  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • GMO free

This delicious low-carb keto protein bar provides a burst of clean energy, a moment of relaxation, and satisfaction for those in need of taste and sustenance. Perfect for those eliminating gluten and sugar from their diets. Every bite of this naturally flavored White Chocolate protein bar is filled with the rich and creamy flavor of white chocolate.

Think High Protein Bar White Chocolate Flavor
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think! White Chocolate Flavor Nutrition Facts

  • Serving size 1 Bar (60g)
  • Calories 230
  • Total Fat 8g
  •   Sat. Fat 3.5g
  •   Trans Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol <5mg
  • Sodium 200mg
  • Total Carb. 24g
  •   Dietary Fiber 0g*
  •   Sugars 0g
  •   Sugar Alcohols 13g*
  • Protein 20g

Ingredients: Protein blend (soy protein isolate, whey protein isolate, calcium caseinate, whey protein concentrate), maltitol syrup, vegetable glycerin, almond butter, water, palm kernel oil, sunflower oil, natural flavor, lecithin, tapioca starch, salt.

Contains: tree nuts (almond), milk, and soy.

Made in a facility that processes other tree nuts, peanut and egg.

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