LOS ANGELES– Barebells – the best-selling, high-in-protein, no added sugar* protein bar brand – has launched their fifth flavor profile in the U.S., Crunchy Fudge, to satisfy the demand for irresistible yet healthful snacks among consumers nationwide.
“We are thrilled to announce the launch of Crunchy Fudge as Barebells continues to expand and grow quickly across the U.S.,” said Ben Jones, CEO of Barebells Functional Foods™. “Since our launch last year, Barebells has been incredibly well received by the masses. We look forward to sharing our best flavor yet as we forge forward with national and international growth plans.”
Barebells’ Crunchy Fudge Protein Bar contains 20 grams of protein with a gooey, soft fudge center and a smooth, milky chocolate outer layer, topped with sprinkles for an extra crunch. Free from palm oil and with no added sugar*, this bar delivers in taste and nutrition, the ideal snack to consume before or after a workout or simply when the taste buds want something sensational.
Similar in nutrient and flavor profiles to Barebells’ existing bars, consumers will find Crunchy Fudge wrapped in a golden packaging with unique design features.
Barebells’ new flavor was launched to meet unprecedented growth for the brand’s products, with plans to continue growing flavor profiles and product offerings, in addition to retailer and distributor expansion plans nationwide. Crunchy Fudge can be purchased via online retailers such as Bodybuilding.com and Amazon.com, as well as at select retailers and gyms nationwide beginning today.
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About Barebells Functional Foods
Barebells Functional Foods™ was launched in Sweden in 2016 to offer products high-in-protein that never compromise on flavor. Since the launch, the functional food brand has revolutionized the industry with its bestselling protein bars delivering 20g protein and no added sugar* – a real treat for everyone who wants to feed their cravings.
*Not a low or reduced calorie food. See nutrition information for sugar, calorie and saturated fat content
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