ProBar Halo Bar

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Description of Probar Halo BarMade from whole, raw foods and 100 vegan, PROBAR offers a natural alternative to other energy bars that contain ingredients that can be unrecognizable and a little hard to pronounce. The reason for Probars success is simple PROBAR simply tastes better and contains better ingredients than other bars. There are only 4 types of people in this world. Rocky Roads, Honey Grahams, Smores and Nutty Marshmallows. All Simply Real, just like you. So, whats your HaloFeaturesSinfully Healthy SnackCertified OrganicOnly 150 CaloriesLow in SugarVegan and Dairy FreeAll NaturalGood Source of Omega 3 6

- US Outdoor Store

Sometimes, you really, really want a candy bar but not the processed sugars, unpronounceable chemicals, and mystery fats, so it's a good thing you have a ProBar Halo Bar 12-Pack. These sweet treats are loaded with delicious flavor, and their natural, organic ingredients give you the tastes you crave without all the junk your body doesn't need.

- Backcountry.com

The Probar Halo Nutty Marshmallow is a delicious blend of peanuts, organic oats, and marshmallows. Throw one in your pack for your next outdoor adventure.

- CampSaver.com

Made from whole raw foods and all-natural organic ingredients, ProBars taste great and keep you feeling satisfied for longer than other energy bars.

- EMS

The PROBAR Halo(TM) snack bar features natural, organic ingredients that will satisfy your sweet tooth without loading you up on sugar and fat. Choose your favorite from the variety of flavors: S'mores, Honey Graham, Nutty Marshmallow, and Rocky Road. All flavors of the PROBAR Halo snack bar are vegan, organic, dairy free and low in sugar. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.

- REI

ProBar Halo Bar

previously retailed for:
$0.93 - $19.08

The ProBar Halo Bar is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 7, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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