CLIF ENERGY BAR - White Chocolate Macadamia - (2.4 oz, 12 Count)
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68 of 73 people found the following review helpful
on November 28, 2014
I've tried tons of different energy bars but they all tasted aweful. Some have a powdery feel to it and very bad texture. These cannot be used a meal replacement bars as they have high sugar. Although, I now take a Natural Appetite Suppressant to control my appetite, they are the perfect fix for my cravings. This is among my favorite of all the bars I have tasted so far. I also love the Dark Chocolate and Nuts bars by KIND.

These are useful when you are doing activities involving high cardio. It will help bring up your glucose levels. Moreover, they are very nutritious with 23 Vitamins and Minerals.As they have no artificial sweeteners and preservatives and are made of organic ingredients they are a healthy choice.
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon August 3, 2012
I absolutely love these bars, however better price at WalMart instead of the subscription price here. About ten dollars a box at WalMart. In any event, they taste good and I've been eating one of these bars for breakfast, skipping lunch and eating a sensible dinner for about six months now. I've lost 40 lbs and I feel great. I'm currently at 194 lbs and being just shy of 6' I'm almost at an ideal weight for me. I realize these are not meant as a diet supplement or meal replacement bar but they certainly fit the bill for me. I'm tempted to eat more than one since they taste so good but I refrain. At 240 calories per bar I wouldn't reach for one of these as a snack but as a meal replacement bar or energy bar, as intended they are great. I believe these bars really helped me loose the weight I wanted to.
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful
on October 22, 2011
Great product in general, and the price is great when subscription is used. But the first batch came and one box in the pack was already a month expired. Having had them many times, they have a long shelf life (at least 6 months from what I've seen on the store bought packs) so I hope that isn't a pattern. I'll bump up the review if it turns out to be a fluke.
When they get to their expiration date, they get really dark, harder, and have more of the cardboard taste than the fresh ones.

Edit: The rest of the deliveries have been fresh so that was a fluke.

Added Comment: They keep shuffling the price! I subscribe at $.80/bar, they hike the price, I cancel, then lower the price, lather rinse, repeat.
I can get them for $.80/bar at Sams and Costco but it's a variety pack. There's only so much value in the convenience of getting only my fav bar without shopping, so I wish they'd stop testing and figure out a price structure! Cancelling again.
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174 of 221 people found the following review helpful
on May 2, 2005
My guess is that many of you interested in trying a box of Clif Bars are confused and wary due to the intensely polarized nature of the reviews you've been reading on the internet. I'm going to try to offer a little more nuanced insight and hopefully can help you decide if you'd like them or not.

Let me start by saying that I think Clif Bars are pretty delicious. I will also admit, however, that I am not very good to my tastebuds. I stay far away from pretty much all high glycemic carbs (sugary food) and saturated fats (savory food). So my daily Clif Bar is pretty much the only sweet treat my tummy gets. Having said that, let's determine in which camp you're likely to find yourself. I'm going to go ahead and say that most of the people complaining to the effect that Clif Bars don't taste so hot or have a gross composition would be more comfortable with a box of doughnuts. And I don't think very highly of the oft-repeated criticism that Clif Bars look gross. Who really gives what the thing looks like? Bust out some cake icing and decorate it if you can't get over the appearance; or close your eyes, or just go back to the recliner in front of the tv and spare us the agony of having to listen to you react to trying new things.

A common complaint that I will agree with is that Clif Bar flavors can be kind of same-y. That's not to say that they don't taste good, but if you're planning on buying them in bulk and testing out a few different flavors, spread out your choices among the flavor spectrum. Contrary to what you think, you will not find yourself reveling in the subtle nuances among the chocolate flavors. Here's a recommendation breakdown, assuming you're picking no more than one flavor from each of the following groups:

-As far as chocolate flavors go, Chocolate Almond Fudge and Cool Mint Chocolate are the best choices.
Stay AWAY from Chocolate Brownie. It tastes (ok, ok, and looks) like a serving of coconut oil-soaked asphalt.

-For fruit flavors, I'd recommend Black Cherry Almond, but you won't go wrong with Lemon Poppyseed or Cranberry Apple Cherry either.

-Most of the "specialized flavors" have enough effort put into them to stand out on their own even against each other. I'm basically referring to Carrot Cake and Pumpkin Pie. They are both ridiculously tasty. Go for it.

-If you're feeling boring, and you don't mind the fact that you can get a similar product from virtually any health food company, Peanut Butter is a pretty reliable standby. I get it just so that I have something to measure the more experimental flavors against. Same with Oatmeal Raisin Walnut...good for reminding you that the other flavors are spoiling you. There's nothing wrong with Chocolate Chip either, but really, what's the point of even getting a Clif Bar if you're that conservative?

So, to wrap it up: If you're a decadent eater, and can admit it to yourself, you're better off just staying away from nutrition bars. The only ones that are going to cut it for you are going to be the ones that aren't too nutritious at all. As far as actually somewhat healthy ones go though, Clif Bar tastes the best. If you appreciate healthy and unadorned food in it's own right, Clif Bars will be your new favorite snack.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on July 27, 2011
This has become my husband and my new favorite Clif bar. It reminds us of a healthier Somoas cookie!
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
This particular flavor is one of the better ones out there. It has a very rich, very satisfying peanut butter flavor; even more than actual peanut butter in my opinion. I usually try to keep 3 flavors or so on hand. This is one of them and will be for quite some time. I would recommend this one, Oatmeal Raisin Walnut and Cool Mint Chocolate. Chocolate Chip and Black Cherry Almond are good, too.
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40 of 50 people found the following review helpful
on June 3, 2012
Great bars but what the heck happened to the price?!

Just a few months ago, I was ordering several flavors of Clif Bars through Subscribe and Save for about $.85 per bar. Now the prices are 15.43($1.29/bar) Subscribe & Save: $13.12 ($1.09/bar).

This is now more expensive than most local stores like Target. I will not order these anymore when they're charging these prices, esp. for packages of a dozen...
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on April 11, 2012
I use these bars mainly to kill my rumbling stomach after a long workout or rugby practice. For a workout bar, they are pretty tasty. The macadamia nuts add a nice crunch and the white chocolate has a good consistency without that chalky feeling that so many protein bars have. They fill me up quickly and keep me full for a couple of hours. Amazon seems to overprice, though - these are usually cheaper in brick and mortar stores, so be aware of the price. If you're paying more than $1.25/bar you are paying too much.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
This is one of my favorite of the many flavors of Clif bars, with apricot being my most preferred and carrot cake coming in close second. I switched over from Zone-type meal bars to only this brand a while back because it has much healthier ingredients.

To start with the ingredients are all organic, and the bar has no artificial sweeteners, which the meal bars that are highest in protein all seem to have. Each bar has 42 grams of carbs (4 grams of which is fiber), 7 grams of fat, and 9 grams of protein. It is sweetened with brown rice syrup, barley malt, and evaporated cane juice--which a great improvement over the corn syrup used by many other meal bars. The protein is from soy flour and roasted soybeans.

This bar is relatively small and condensed providing perhaps 12 small bites or six large bites, but it is very filling. I carry one in my purse at all times, because you never know when you might need a healthy, emergency snack.

The texture of all Clif bars is smooth and chewy, and most taste really good. They are not as sweet as candy or a bakery cookie, but definitely sweet enough to taste like a treat.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on July 16, 2006
I've been eating Clif Bars, at least two a week, for three years now. Of the many Clif Bar flavors, I've found most other people I've had try them, unless they hate peanuts, tend to like the Crunchy Peanut Butter flavor - even if some, or all, of the other flavors don't quite do it for them. Usually, I'll go in spurts where I'll be really into one flavor for a month or two, but then decide I'm done with that flavor for some time. However, the Crunchy Peanut Butter is the one flavor I just never get tired of, so I consider it my staple Clif Bar flavor!

If one has never had a Clif Bar, the most important thing to remember is that these are NOT candy bars. However, if anyone has tried a traditional soy-protein energy/nutrition bar and decided they couldn't stand the taste, that is where Clif Bars (and Luna Bars) come in - they live in the land in between candy bars filled with fat and zero nutrition and all of those nutrition bars that taste like cardboard (or worse!)
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