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Stay energized at home by heading to Amazon.ca, where you can get a pack of 12 CLIF Bars for $9.98 (regularly up to $11.99) -- a savings of up to $2.01 per case!

There are nine flavours currently on sale and we've listed each option below.

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    • Of the first six ingredients (brown rice syrup, rolled oats, soy protein isolate, cane syrup, roasted soybeans, cane sugar), SUGAR appears three times under different pseudonyms. Yikes.

      This is a nice candy bar, no doubt. Active people can enjoy in moderation.

      Most people, with it being winter and with gyms being closed in many parts of the country, should likely avoid these, unless they are mindfully indulging in an occasional treat. But then, there are better treat options than this, IMHO.

      Afiyet olsun!
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    • Literally the energy is from sugar. Tried many different brand, either too sweet or taste weird. I would pass.
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    • I can vouch for the brownie one, it tastes just like a good brownie. I wouldn't eat this is a healthy bar, but I'd take it as a healthier alternative to Mars or Snickers, so it's fine occasionally.

      The Luna bars (also made by Cliff) are healthier and taste awesome. I really like these ones: https://www.amazon.ca/LUNA-BAR-Gluten-L ... 160&sr=8-1
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    • that little bar has 21 grams of sugar. jesus
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    • How is this 68g protein?
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    • simplealgebra wrote: How is this 68g protein?
      If you eat an entire box you prob get about 68g of protein
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    • 68g of protein and 252g of sugar 😂
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    • coopercold wrote: Of the first six ingredients (brown rice syrup, rolled oats, soy protein isolate, cane syrup, roasted soybeans, cane sugar), SUGAR appears three times under different pseudonyms. Yikes.

      This is a nice candy bar, no doubt. Active people can enjoy in moderation.

      Most people, with it being winter and with gyms being closed in many parts of the country, should likely avoid these, unless they are mindfully indulging in an occasional treat. But then, there are better treat options than this, IMHO.

      Afiyet olsun!

      So what’s a good one with low sugar?
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    • oceans_end wrote: So what’s a good one with low sugar?
      Quest bars are good but pricey, Kirkland protein bars would be a cheaper option (if they fixed the farting issue)
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    • These and the case of rice-a-roni will feed me for a week.

      Seriously, its an energy bar = sugar. It also has other nutrients that will help keep you going.
      These are meant for carrying on high energy activities like long distance cycling or climbing to prevent bonking out. Ive been very happy with them for decades.
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    • simplealgebra wrote: How is this 68g protein?
      Each bar weighs 68 grams. They are classified as protein bars. Each bar, from what I've seen on the nutrition labels, have 10 grams of protein.

      I like the Chocolate Almond Fudge Clif bars. I'm not a fan of buying food from Amazon, but this is a great price. Thanks OP.
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    • just so people are clear, it's a protein bar that weighs 68 grams and has 10 grams of protein.
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    • Why do we have to go through this nutritional nonsense every time a clif bar deal is posted? They serve a purpose, this is a good deal for them. The end.
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    • freewheel wrote: Why do we have to go through this nutritional nonsense every time a clif bar deal is posted? They serve a purpose, this is a good deal for them. The end.
      It's only because the title is misleading...
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    • these are life saver for hikers and those who quite active. I guess they can also replace a meal during a day.
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    • I am not saying that ppl on this thread are like that but when I hear ppl talking about sugar and at the same time having a soda can every single day with their lunch makes me puke.
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    • coopercold wrote: Of the first six ingredients (brown rice syrup, rolled oats, soy protein isolate, cane syrup, roasted soybeans, cane sugar), SUGAR appears three times under different pseudonyms. Yikes.

      This is a nice candy bar, no doubt. Active people can enjoy in moderation.

      Most people, with it being winter and with gyms being closed in many parts of the country, should likely avoid these, unless they are mindfully indulging in an occasional treat. But then, there are better treat options than this, IMHO.

      Afiyet olsun!
      Sugar is the best form of energy, ignore the ignorant anticarb people. People eat way worse stuff on a regular basis. You should be more concerned with the fat content.
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    • Guys, these are not "protein bars," they are "energy bars." Their primary purpose is not to be eaten as a snack post-workout for recovery/muscle building. These are loaded with CARBS, essential as fuel for activities like hiking and cycling long distances.
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    • henrik112 wrote: The candy bars disguised as protein bars are back on sale. Again.

      Also, if you want a sweet bar with better ingredients, you should check out Larabar Protein bars

      https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B083XFBL71/ref ... .FbSZYAAJ3
      Ilovedeals wrote: Each bar weighs 68 grams. They are classified as protein bars. Each bar, from what I've seen on the nutrition labels, have 10 grams of protein.

      I like the Chocolate Almond Fudge Clif bars. I'm not a fan of buying food from Amazon, but this is a great price. Thanks OP.
      CLIF does not call these protein bars. They are labeled on the box and each wrapper as ENERGY BARS. Very different things. It's you people who are confusing them. CLIF clearly markets these for rock climbing, hiking, cycling, kayaking, etc. All of these are endurance activities that require a ton of carbs and calories to be consumed as easily as possible.

      These are NOT meant for the folks doing 10 sets of bicep curls and mirror flexing at the gym.
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