A leader in convenient, on-the-go natural foods, PROBAR nature and trail bars contain wholesome, organic ingredients to create replacement meals for active lifestyles. PROBAR nature bars and trail bars feature delectable combinations of whole grains, chunky nuts and fruit. PROBAR also offers a gluten-free superfood snack bar that marries oats, chia seeds and cashews in four flavors. ProBar’s Halo collection of trail bars satisfies your sweet tooth with zero grams of guilt. For extra endurance on your next trail ride, pack along a PROBAR.
Reviewed by Abraxas from San Jose, CA on Monday, February 25, 2013
Imagine if you and your friends made some hike/snack/energy bars using honey and graham crackers. Assume, in this fantasy, that none of you had any particular skill in this area. Now, picture finally getting them into a form that very much resembles the "real thing". That's what you get here.||They look about right. Honey and crackers were unequivocally involved. They are not vile, but they are no
Reviewed by Donna, retired from Michigan on Sunday, February 17, 2013
I knew these were past date when I ordered them, but wanted a chance to try a brand not available locally. Bad decision - rancid flavor and unappealing crumbly texture led to me throwing them out after trying to eat one.
Reviewed by Running Maven from New Mexico on Wednesday, September 26, 2012
I could not believe, after we had finished much of this box, that Sierra Trading Post actually sent us food that had already past its expiration date by several weeks. I couldn't believe this company would be so dishonest. For shame, STP!
Reviewed by Elle from Lafayette, IN on Friday, September 14, 2012
How much do I like this product? I've placed three separate orders for several boxes already. Pro-Bar is not too sweet, tasty, substantial at just 140 calories, and the ingredients are supposed to be organic. I usually don't buy snack bars because the ones I've tried (even Lara bars) are too sweet, or too fatty, or too bland, if not downright unpalatable. Just two of these bars spaced 6 hours apart can get me through a 12-hour day with no lunch break. (I am not endorsing this behavior -- but I'm forced to have this schedule two months every semester.)
So absolutely, get them from STP while you can -- though I might beat you to it :-)!