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My background: I am 5’7?, 190 lbs. I am a hungry man and I like to eat good food especially while I’m riding my bike. I am bike commuter that travels 34 miles round trip.
Testing Grounds: My belly, riding to work, riding on the Fullerton Loop and when I am hungry.
Overview: “I’m thrilled, I’m really excited” about the success of the BumbleBar, Liz adds. “It seems pretty dreamy to me. It’s exciting to help create a market for organic foods. Every time somebody buys our bar instead of a non-organic bar, there are lots of positive ramifications for the environment.”
(All ingredients are
Nutritional AnalysisServing size: 1 package (45 grams) Servings: 1
|Amount per serving:||DV*|
|Organic sesame seeds||Calories||
|Organic brown rice syrup||Calories from fat||
|Organic evaporated cane
|Organic crisp brown rice||Total fat:||
|Organic non-dairy chocolate chips*||Cholesterol||
|Organic peanuts||Total carbohydrates:||
|Organic flax seeds||Fiber:||
|Organic cocoa powder||Sugars||
|Sea salt||Vitamin B6:||8%|
|Natural Vitamin E for freshness||Vitamin C:||0%|
|Processing agents: Organic sunflower/safflower oil||Vitamin E:||15%|
* Non-dairy chocolate chips contain organic cane sugar, organic cocoa paste, organic cocoa butter, non-gmo lecithin and organic extract of vanilla.