Clif Bar - 12 Pack

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Clif Bar - 12 Pack
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Clif Bar's flagship product, the Clif Bar, isn't dry and doesn't taste like sawdust, like so many energy bars. This flavorful, moist bar features 70% organic ingredients, protein, vitamins, and minerals to get you through your bike ride, daylong hike, or workday. Get a 12-pack of your favorite fruity, chocolaty, or nutty concoction.

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  • Made with 70% organic ingredients

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  • Mix of carbohydrates, protien, and fiber promote steady increase in blood sugar levels followed by a gradual decline for sustained energy
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Clif Bar energy bars are a great-tasting, convenient source of energy for any activity.
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4:1 ratio of carbohydrates to protien; excellent for post workout recovery

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Clif Bar - 12 Pack Reviews:

Reviews:

Being a fat kid, which automatically makes me an expert on food and delicious treats--I give these my seal of approval. being an active fat kid makes me need some nutritious food while out on the trail or skiing down the mountain. I seldom eat these for breakfast which allows me to start my day off om the right foot especially when i am on the go bright an early. These have some "organic-ness" mixed in as well which makes me feel a lot better about what i'm putting into my body. I am definitely not picky, but will tell you when a certain flavor sucks. I have yet to find a flavor that I do not like! Buy a couple different flavors and enjoy, You can't go wrong with any of them!

Greg A. at Backcountry.com on 07/31/2013

The new Coconut Chocolate Chip flavor may be my new favorite. It's like Caramel Delites/Samoas fell into the CLIF bar batter. Crunchy Peanut Butter and Chocolate Brownie are solid flavors too. I haven't had a flavor I disliked though, just have them while they are still soft. A stale CLIF bar can be done, but you should have lots of water handy. I always bring these along for hiking and have even had half a bar during the work day if I get really desperate for as snack.

Amanda L at Backcountry.com on 09/30/2013

My favorite flavors are the blueberry crisp and the chocolate brownie, however I haven't had a flavor I didn't like. These cliff bars are 70% organic which I love, 1 bar is 250 calories! These are the perfect snack while in the outdoors, great boost of energy. The bar is thick and filling, I normally only eat a half at a time or share with a friend. These bars can get pricey if you purchase individually, I highly suggest to grab a 12 pack and save some bucks.

Joelle Raynes at Backcountry.com on 07/29/2013

Although a huge fan of the Carrot Cake and White Chocolate flavors, honestly all of these bars are quite tasty. I find these more sweet than many brands on the market and pretty gooey if left in the sunshine, but they are a great snack with a high calorie content that are easy to pack and grab when on the go. Would highly recommend if you are not already a fan!

Rachael Van Dolah at Backcountry.com on 07/07/2013

I've tried a lot of the flavors - Blueberry Crisp, Chocolate Brownie, Oatmeal Raisin Walnut - but am a sucker for the Chocolate Chip. It is what I eat for some calories on my mountain bike rides (especially after some of the climbs up here in Park City). The taste is great, and the bar is super easy to digest (very chewy). Also, the company has a great story.

Jason at Backcountry.com on 09/03/2013

A selection of these provides the best taste of home with the most calories. I try to take one a day in case no sanitary or appetizing food can be found. Carrot cake rocks, but anything not too stale is good. Can't recommend it but I did just eat a 3 year old one with no consequences so they last well as emergency calories too.

Ben C at Backcountry.com on 09/06/2013

With all the funk that's being packaged into bar form, it's nice to know you can still get a cliff bar with ingredients that grow in dirt rather than a petri dish.
Keeps you nourished and they tast good. Some do require some serious mandible stamina, especially in the cold. But they are always tasty and having one is better than not having one.

Courtney Dean at Backcountry.com on 11/14/2013

I think almost everyone had their "first best bar" with one cliff bar or another. I feel out of love with cliff bars, after too many too often. I'll still switch it up on multi day trips with some cool mint or coconut delights. I really rely on home made bars lately.
These are too dense for cycling for me.

Le crow at Backcountry.com on 09/30/2013

Cliff bars go everywhere with me! I have had Cliff bars for lunch on the trail countless times & I am sure there will be plenty more cliff bars to look forward to. The fact they are organic & as healthy as a bar can get makes it that much better. Thank You Cliff Bars!

Anthony and Ashley South at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2013

My wife is a bigger fan of these than I am but the only reason I prefer the Powerbar performance bars is because these don't curb hunger is well. The flavor selection variety is much bigger than powerbars and they are more granola-y and less candy bar-y when compared to the Powerbar performance bars.

Danny M H at Backcountry.com on 06/28/2013