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Pure Bar Organic Chocolate Brownie, Gluten Free, Raw, Vegan, 1.7-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

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  • Case of 12, 1.7-ounce individually wrapped bars (total of 20.4 ounces)
  • Agave-sweetened vegan snack made with dates, almonds, walnuts, and cocoa
  • No preservatives, trans fats, or cholesterol; free of refined sugar, gluten, soy, and dairy
  • Naturally moist and chewy living food bar high in antioxidants and Omega-3s

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Safety Warning
May contain pleat of nuts, shells, stems, or pits. Contains walnuts which naturally supply omega-3s.
Contains cashews, almonds, walnuts.

Ingredients
Dates (Organic), Walnut (Juglans Regia) (Organic), Agave Nectar (Organic), Almonds (Organic), Cashews (Organic), Brown Rice Protein (Organic), Cocoa (Organic)

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Flavor: Chocolate Brownie

Pure™ Organic Chocolate Brownie Bar.
Dark organic cocoa and walnuts with omega-3s and antioxidants. But we know, we had you at "brownie."
For a happier, healthier life, eat Pure™.
Certified GF® gluten-free.
USDA organic.
Non GMO project.
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Product Details

Flavor: Chocolate Brownie
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 2.2 x 7.2 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000FEH8ME
  • UPC: 854210001049
  • Item model number: 1190
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,389 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,263 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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How does an open package bar get in a factory sealed box?
DR
The blueberry bar had a good raw flavor - predominantly nuts (almonds, cashews and walnuts) - with the taste of wild blueberries.
Tim Drake
I was pleasantly surprised with these bars- they were moist, had a nice texture, and all of the flavors tasted great.
Lynn L. Hartzfeld

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255 of 274 people found the following review helpful By P. Kingsriter on April 25, 2010
Flavor Name: Cherry Cashew Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Allow me to give you some frame of reference on me: I'm not a vegan or even vegetarian, or sufferer of Celiac Disease. If I fell into either one of those camps, I would instantly raise the rating at least a star. But since I'm not adverse to occasionally ingesting an artificial ingredient or two, I'll give you the straight dope on this very healthy snack bar.

The ingredient list is quite impressive, if only for the fact that someone who doesn't have a chemistry degree can understand it. That in itself is refreshing. They've even got a YES/NO breakdown printed next to the ingredients that goes something like this:

YES!: Certified Organic, Gluten-Free, Full Serving [of] Fruit, Organic Protein, Rich in Omega-3s, Good Source of Fiber, Raw, Vegan

NO!: Refined Sugars, Gluten Dairy or Soy, Cholesterol, Trans Fats, Preservatives, GMOs, Artificial Nothin'

WOW! 5-STARS SO FAR! Let's tear this thing open!

At first glance, it looks just like holiday fruitcake that's been mashed with a rolling pin. Mmmmm... Maybe that's why it doesn't need preservatives and the expiration date is almost a full year in the future. Smells a lot like fruitcake, too. I lost my first test subject (my wife) on looks and smell alone. (Minus 1 star for lack of family appeal -- I don't count the kids' outright rejection.)

The first bite redeemed the bar. It's tastier than I'd anticipated, full flavored and sweet without being powdery or sugary. I think I might like this.

The second bite lost the other star instantly. I felt like I almost broke a tooth on a rather large fruit pit. Guess I should have paid closer attention to the disclaimer on the wrapper that states, "May contain pieces of nuts, shells, stems, or pits.
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162 of 176 people found the following review helpful By athiker on August 9, 2009
Flavor Name: Wild Blueberry Verified Purchase
I struggled with rating this bar a 3 or a 4. Taste is only about a 3, but quality of ingredients in providing a healthy and edible alternative to a candy bar rates it a solid 4. Below is the gist a a review I wrote for Larabar Fruit & Nut Food Bar, Cherry Pie comparing it with the PURE Wild Blueberry Bar.

When I was searching for a healthier between meal afternoon snack I read a lot of reviews for a lot of products. I wanted something with few ingredients, not "fortified" and with some nuts in it. I settled on the Larabar Fruit & Nut Cherry Pie bars and the PURE Bar Organic Wild Blueberry Living Food Bar. I love cherries and I love blueberries so they seemed like good choices.

The stats of the bars are very similar, weight (both 1.7oz, not 1.8), calories, fat, sugars, etc. The PURE has more protein at 6g vs 4g. The Larabar has no sodium while the PURE has just a bit at 5mg. The Larabar is thicker, the PURE bar is wider. Visually the Larabar appears to have more nuts in it, which doesn't seem to jive with the protein stats. The PURE bar has a grittier texture while chewing so maybe more of the nuts are finely ground.

1st ingredient is dates for both followed by almonds and then cherries for the Larabar and followed by blueberries and various nuts, organic agave nectar, rice protein and lemon juice for the PURE bar. One would think with the extra ingredients in the PURE bar they were added to tweak the flavor or give it a fresher taste, but the flavor of the Larabar is better than the PURE by a pretty good margin. It has a much fresher and lively taste. I have to say the PURE bar is a bit cardboardy tasting to me and has a drier mouth feel.
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59 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Tennyson E. Stead on November 17, 2006
Flavor Name: Chocolate Brownie
This bar is the closest thing I've ever experienced to eating a brownie fresh from the oven in a packaged food. I have no idea how the folks at Pure Bar managed to make a chocolate bar that tastes so much like baked goods, using only raw and living ingredients, but it's wonderful that they have, and I mean to buy several more cases. Any of the store bought brownies you've had won't satisfy you like this will - Entemanns and Hostess are not nearly as delicious and warm-tasting, and the health food and energy bars I've had that are chocolate flavored always end up tasting like wheat germ or oats. It's easy to carry, one bar fills me up, and as a chocolate fan, I am happy to see that Pure Bar uses raw cacao powder - the real deal, and not carob chocolate substitutes. You can definitely taste the difference. This particular Pure Bar product makes for the best tasting snackfood or dessert I've ever eaten out of a wrapper, and unless you're on a completely raw vegan diet, it's going to be better for you than whatever meal you ate just beforehand! If you like chocolate like I do, you're going to love this. It's a soft, gooey brownie, pure and simple, walnuts and all.
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115 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Robert C. on April 22, 2010
Flavor Name: Wild Blueberry Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
As a person who is more involved with health and nutrition than the average person that has also purchased raw food bars before, I was happy that this was offered though the Amazon Vine program and I glady ordered the sample. It tastes good and it claims to contain "nothing cooked, nothing processed," but that is not the simple truth. The bar contains "agave nectar" which does not occur naturally. It is not unprocessed and it is in fact, a highly cooked and processed sweetener. It is derived from processing and cooking the core of the blue agave plant for many hours in order to break down its starches into sugars. Agave nectar was originally touted as a "healthy alternative" to table sugar, but it is potentially much worse than table sugar on your body. It is essentially a super high fructose syrup, just like high fructose corn syrup, but with a much higher fructose content. Typical high fructose corn syrup used in soft drinks is about 55% fructose while agave nectar contains a whopping 85-90% fructose. First of all, I don't understand why they thought they needed to sweeten this "raw" bar, and second, they used "agave nectar" which sounds good to the uninformed, but it is not a raw ingredient and it has a very high fructose content. I think they used "agave nectar" to hide the additional fructose (or sugar) on the label. There is controversy, but fructose and particularly agave nectar may be bad for you.Read more ›
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