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Clif Kids ZBar Crispy


With school starting we all know the struggle of finding things to send for lunch that our kids will actually eat. I know I have mentioned time and time again how picky my 4 year old is, so packing her lunch most morning just makes my head spin. Clif Bar has come up with a great new product just for kids. Clif Kids ZBar Crispy to me is comparable to other brand crisp type bars, but they are Organic and well, I really love that I can actually pronounce all the ingredients inside. Available in 4 great flavors they are a great addition to our lunch menu, insuring me that not only is my daughter EATING something but she is getting healthy fats, protein and fiber. With a smile even :O)Available online or you can find the store nearest you HERE!

             Available Flavors:
          *Chocolate
          *Chocolate Chip
          *Cookies N' Cream
          *Peanut Butter

         Great Benefits:
          *No high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils
          *No preservative or trans-fats
          *No artificial flavors

Comments

Catherine said…
This kind of snack bar will be good for our kids. Without the following: high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils, preservative or trans-fatsand artificial flavors is a good choice for our kids. Especially these days that most foods has high fructose corn syrup.
Angie said…
Hmm, those look interesting. I'll have to look for them.
MamaBreak said…
My kids love Clif bars. They really like the ropes as well. We love Clif around here, and are eager to try the crispy ones.

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