Monday, December 16, 2013

Review: PureFit Nurtition Bars

When it comes to protein bars, what you find in a typical grocery store often is little better than a candy bar. Many are coated with chocolate, and are not gluten-free or vegan. PureFit was created to offer a gluten-free, vegan, and healthier alternative to your usual energy bar.

  • Won't melt
  • Very high in protein
  • Great taste
  • Many flavor options
  • Retail availability
  • A little more expensive than conventional bars
I tried several different flavor options, including the regular and crunch varieties. Both had a similar base texture, which was chewy and reminded me a bit of nougat. There were some scattered soy crisps throughout, which added a bit of texture to the bars. The "won't melt" claim is true - the bars aren't coated in chocolate and even the chocolate flavors have the cocoa mixed in. The flavors tended to be sweet, using beet syrup, brown rice syrup, and other sweeteners to maintain a low glycemic index. While non-GMO soy is used, I would still love to see organic ingredients for the price. Overall, the quality seemed to be good, and I was glad to see that the bars are a product of the USA, especially when some companies are outsourcing to China. These bars are balanced specifically for athletes, but they are also suitable for snacks. If you're looking for a high-protein energy bar that's both gluten-free and vegan, PureFit bars are a great soy-based option.

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Nutritional Highlights (Berry Almond Crunch):
220 calories (60 from fat), 18g protein, 16g sugar, 3g fiber

Product Ratings (out of 5)

Performance (Taste)

Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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