(Case of 15) Quest Nutrition - Beyond Cereal Protein Bar - Cinnamon

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You know the way your kitchen smells five minutes before the cinnamon rolls are done baking? We’ve captured that essence of sweet cinnamon goodness in every bite of this CRUNCHY new “uncereal” bar!

Regular cereal is made from grains. BEYOND cereal is made from protein! The Quest “Beyond Cereal” Bar has all the sweet, comforting crunch of a junk food cereal bar, but with the incredible nutritional profile you know you can expect from Quest. It’s a bar for the kid in all of us who loves cereal, but dares to GO AGAINST THE GRAIN.

Size: 1 Bar

Nutrition FactsCalories 110, Total Fat 2.5g, Cholesterol 10mg, Sodium 170mg, Potassium 50mg, Total Carbohydrate 17g, Dietary Fiber 6g, Sugars *8g, Protein 12g

*8g allulose does not behave like a regular sugar, see below for Quest's statement*

Ingredients: Protein Blend (Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Allulose‡, Soluble Corn Fiber (Prebiotic Fiber), Almonds, Butter, Water, Palm Kernel Oil. Contains less than 2% of the following: Cinnamon, Erythritol, Sea Salt, Baking Soda, Natural Flavors, Cellulose Gum, Xanthan Gum, Sucralose, Sunflower Lecithin.

Warning: Contains Almonds and Milk-Derived Ingredients.

*ALLULOSE: All the taste and texture of sugar without the negatives.

ALLULOSE IN A NUTSHELL: It tastes like sugar, it bakes like sugar, it has the same texture and mouthfeel of sugar.

WHY USE A NEW SWEETENER? There's no point in making nutritious foods if they aren't also delicious. We're constantly looking for new tools to help us make foods that feel like indulging even though they have a clean nutritional profile.

WHERE DOES ALLULOSE COME FROM? Allulose occurs in small quantities in nature, in things like maple syrup, figs, and raisins. It's only recently become available for use by food companies.

HOW MANY CALORIES DOES ALLULOSE HAVE? Allulose only contributes 0.4 Calories per gram instead of the 4.0 Calories per gram contributed by table sugar. That's 1/10th the calories!

WHY IS IT LISTED AS A SUGAR? The FDA requires Allulose to be listed in the sugars section on the nutrition facts panel even though it doesn't have the Calories of regular sugar.