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Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 9:36 am
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Think Thin knows that keeping a healthy diet can be difficult if you’re always busy and on the go. That’s why they are proud to offer Think Thin snack bars. Think Thin bars are crafted following three very distinct principles: no refined sugar, a quality protein source, and gluten free. The folks at Think Thin promote the idea that feeling good and having sustained energy to last throughout your busy day is dependent on the food you eat. They offer protein bars, crunch fruit and nut bars, crunch bars, and protein bites in a variety of flavors. Whether you’re looking for something covered in chocolate to satisfy your craving, or a fruity snack in the middle of your day, Think Thin has your covered. All of their bars and snacks are the perfect size for throwing in your bag, keeping in the center console of your car, or holding in your pocket for later. Think Thin is committed to raising awareness and money for causes that promote eating well and maintaining a healthy weight. They also are active in raising awareness of Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign as well as the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer awareness.

According to the official website, individual Think Thin bars sell for around $2.00 while a box of 10 bars cost about $17.00. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Think Thin website for information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. You can also learn more about their philanthropic efforts. Think Thin operates out of Ventura, California.

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