Honey Stinger Cracker N' Nut Butter Snack Bars - 12-Pack

Honey Stinger Cracker N' Nut Butter Snack Bars - 12-Pack
Honey Stinger Cracker N' Nut Butter Snack Bars - 12-Pack
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Cracker N' Nut Butter Snack Bars - 12-Pack by Honey Stinger
We've eaten our fair share of nasty protein and energy bars on the trail. Putting these gross, indigestible energy bars to shame, the Honey Stinger Cracker N' Nut Butter Snack Bars 12-Pack are deliciously different than the rest with their mixture of protein-packed nut butters, crunchy multi-grain crackers, and rich chocolate coating. They're great for a wide range of outdoor adventures and daily activities, whether that's mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, or even as a mid-day snack at the office. Every bar contains approximately 220 calories, 23 to 24 grams of energy-fueling carbs, and 4 to 5 grams of filling protein to build your muscles after activity. Best of all, there's not excessive amounts sugar at 9 to 12 grams, despite its delicious taste and texture.

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SKU: HON000P
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