Review: Pure Bar Organic Wild Blueberry Bar

I love eating fruit as a snack. Some of my favorites are apples with peanut butter, a banana, or some fresh berries. While these snacks work well most of the time, sometimes it's impractical to carry fresh fruit. For those occasions, I depend on dried fruit, preferably of the organic variety. That's why bars such as Pure Organic Wild Blueberry Bars are a great option when traveling or on the go.

Pros:
  • Tasty with a nice texture
  • Certified organic
  • Vegan, raw and gluten-free
  • No added sugar (utilizes other sweeteners)
  • Available in many retail stores
Cons:
  •  Costs around $2 per bar in stores
Summary:
The Wild Blueberry Organic Pure Bar has a nice texture that is thicker than a fruit leather and studded with pieces of nuts. It comes in an attractive package and I love how a portion of the proceeds goes to the children's charity The Lunchbox Fund. As with other dried fruit bars, I recommend eating this with some water. While the price is a little high for me for daily consumption, I've seen these bars go on sale often at various natural food retailers. I'm happy to pay more for organic, but I'd prefer to stock up at sale prices. These bars make a tasty, nutritious snack and I recommend them for anyone looking for an organic fruit and nut bar.

Nutrition Highlights:
200 calories (70 from fat), 6g protein, 16g sugar (from agave and fruit)

Ingredients:
Organic dates, organic wild blueberries (organic wild blueberries, organic apple juice concentrate, organic sunflower oil), organic cashews, organic agave nectar, organic walnuts, organic brown rice protein, organic almonds, organic unsweetened lemon juice concentrate.


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