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Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 10:31 am
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With so many sugar-filled, artificially enhanced snack bars on the market today, 4 nutritionists searched and searched for a snack that was good for you and easy to take on the go. Coming up with no solutions, they decided to create the Zing Bar. Zing Bars are made using all-natural ingredients without added synthetic vitamins and minerals or artificial additives. Zing Bars feature a nut butter base with added protein, fiber, agave nectar, and either fruit or fair-trade chocolate for a little something extra. The nut butter base of Zing Bars is great for you because it offers a heavy dose of heart healthy fats, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals. Each Zing Bar boasts about 10 to 12 grams of vegetable protein, and some varieties include whey protein, which is great for filling you up and muscle recovery after a workout. The bars are sweetened with agave nectar instead of traditional sugar, so your blood sugar doesn’t spike suddenly. Zola Bars support fair-trade chocolate and they also produce gluten-free, soy-free, and corn-free bars to support customers with allergies.

According to the official website, individual Zing Bars sell for around $3.50 each. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the Zola Bars website for information on where you can find any of their bars in a store near you. Zing Bars operates out of Seattle, Washington.

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