Picky Bars Picky Oats - Single-Serve Pouch

Picky Bars Picky Oats - Single-Serve Pouch
Picky Bars Picky Oats - Single-Serve Pouch
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Picky Oats - Single-Serve Pouch by Picky Bars
Unlike store-bought oatmeal's unappealing pile of sticky mush, the Picky Oats Single-Serve Pouch tantalizes your taste buds and fuels outdoor adventures with its delicious ingredients chock-full of nutritional goodness. Picky Bars Picky Oats is available in three mouth-watering flavors, including Can't Beet Chocolate, Game, Set, Matcha, and How 'Bout Dem Apples. Each pouch contains between 310 and 325 calories to energize your outdoor pursuits and 10 to 11 grams of filling protein. Game, Set, Matcha! contains 25 milligrams of caffeine for a nice pick me up, thanks to its Japanese green tea additive. All three flavors are gluten, dairy, and soy-free, meaning they're vegetarian and vegan-friendly. Please note, both the Can't Beet Chocolate and How 'Bout Dem Apples flavors contain almonds and all three flavors are processed in a facility that uses peanuts and soy.

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