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Woolworths Clif Bars $1.45 Each

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Cheap clif bars. Normal expiry, March next year.
Posting in supermarket so feel free to amend. All flavours on special

Edit: I have tried all the flavours and I like them as they are vegan. If I have too many they tire me initially and then after a bit of digestion energy improves. They have moderate levels of fat and yes they have quite a bit of sugar. But I feel they are much better than anything else that is processed. Remember if you don't want processed bars, make them yourselves.
Also, if you have too many the high fibre content can cause a little gas. I am talking 3+ in a sitting.

My flavour rankings:
White Cho Macadamia. Also the most popular on iherb and other websites.
Choc Mint. Really tasty though has some caffeine.
Crunchy Peanut Butter. Tasty, a bit like a Hersey Peanut treat like Reeces Cups. Always feel a tad dry like I need to have a liquid with this bar.

Equals:
Chocolate Brownie. Quite nice but I wouldn't reorder unless the top 3 were out of stock.
Chocolate Almond Fudge. As above.

Edible
Chocolate Coconut Chip
Carrot Cake. Big fasn of carrot cake but not this. Taste is so artificial.

Haven't tried
Blueberry Crisp
Oatmeal Raisin
Chocolate Chip.

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  • Very cheap thanks will load up :)

  • Got 20 at Bris cbd woolies, plenty left. Cheers OP!

  • Why do people like these, they're absolutely packed with sugar

    • +5

      Mid-exercise food, e.g. cycling 200km and you are in need of a decent hit of energy quickly that is easily chewed, digested and comes in a small size.

    • +3

      I'm going to copy and paste my reply from the other deal:

      It's an energy bar not an average muesli bar. It is designed to be full of carbohydrates, they add extra sugar intentionally. It is the sort of thing that you are meant to eat during a marathon, long bike ride/race or any other long activity > 2 hours where you are trying to meet the recommended fueling target of 0.5-1 grams of carbs per kg of bodyweight per hour. Would not recommend eating these normally, like you would a muesli bar.

      Unfortunately, if you are just eating them for a snack, I wouldn't say that they are any better than just eating a chocolate bar.

  • Thanks for posting. Saw them in my local store today. They had Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, Chocolate Almond Fudge and White Choc Macadamia

  • I like chocolate almond fudge the best :)

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