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Posted: 16 Dec 2007, 12:59
These are "bar none" the best snack bars for most diets: LARABARs. They come in a variety of flavors and are no added sugar, unprocessed, raw, non-GMO (whatever that means), gluten free, dairy free, soy free, vegan and kosher. What more could you want? They are made w/ only fruits and nuts! Smile

I bought a whole box of low carb bars b/4 (pretty expensive) and went by the picture on the box. They were terrible and I tried to force myself to eat them because of the cost. Could only manage to eat about 6 of them and then pitched the rest! What a waste of money.

But these LaraBars are delicious and you won't regret getting them. Just by one bar of a flavor and try it first b/4 purchasing a whole box. My favorite so far is the Pecan Pie one! Very Happy

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Posted: 27 Dec 2007, 23:48
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Where can you purchase the LARABAR's

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Posted: 14 Jan 2008, 12:02
They are available at health food stores but you can get them at Costco but only in a big box of three flavors put together. Lemon Bar, Pecan Pie, and one other (that I can't remember) are the flavors in the box. Try to get them where you can buy individual flavors because they have like 10 different ones you can try! Wink

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