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yes, but you may be looking for the clif protein bars, clif builder http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_6?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=clif+builders+bar&sprefix=clif+builders+bar%2Caps%2C183
greg
· 13 June 2015
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I've had these and they are crunchy peanut butter . You can eat them when your mouth is dry and they don't melt in hot conditions.
Peter Finklaire
· 30 January 2016
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It says 11g on the packet. These bars are delicious.
Houndiejen
· 21 May 2016
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Official and somewhat wooly line from Clif is "It depends on your definition. Many of our products do not include ingredients from animal sources.
Any Clif food with an ingredient list that includes an animal sourced ingredient such as milk, whey, casein or honey would not be considered vegan-friendly or plant-based.
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Official and somewhat wooly line from Clif is "It depends on your definition. Many of our products do not include ingredients from animal sources.
Any Clif food with an ingredient list that includes an animal sourced ingredient such as milk, whey, casein or honey would not be considered vegan-friendly or plant-based.
We want you to know that those products with a label that includes a statement such as `contains' or `may contain' milk or dairy may have possible cross-contact with an animal source in the making of our food. Knowing that information, you can decide how comfortable you are in light of your own dietary preferences or dietary restrictions with the risk of possible cross-contact."
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Official and somewhat wooly line from Clif is "It depends on your definition. Many of our products do not include ingredients from animal sources.
Any Clif food with an ingredient list that includes an animal sourced ingredient such as milk, whey, casein or honey would not be considered vegan-friendly or plant-based.
We want you to know that those products with a label that includes a statement such as `contains' or `may contain' milk or dairy may have possible cross-contact with an animal source in the making of our food. Knowing that information, you can decide how comfortable you are in light of your own dietary preferences or dietary restrictions with the risk of possible cross-contact."
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David L. Hamilton
· 14 July 2016
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Crunchy Peanut Butter bar has 252kcal and 36gm carbohydrate of which 20gm is sugar.
Amazon Customer
· 26 January 2016
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