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Pure Bar Cherry Cashew -- 12 Bars
- For all people
- Pure Organic
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Organic dates, organic cherries, organic walnuts, organic agave nectar, almonds, organic cashews, organic brown rice protein.
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Top Customer Reviews
This nutty cherry bar is literally a slice of heaven.
Not to mention the fact that it is healthy, vegan, soy-free, organic, raw. It's hard to believe that something that tastes so good can also be so healthy.
This bar (as well as all the others) is something that vegans or health-concious people can always count on. We don't have to worry about soy or anything unhealthy. These bars are convenient and dependable. And they go way beyond the days when healthy or vegan products had to taste horrible. In fact, they taste so good, lots of people would like them (even people who aren't interested in healthy foods or people who are not vegan).
At my local grocery store this bar runs $1.95, pre-tax, so I'm investing in a 12-bar box.
(On the other hand, I did not care for the chocolate brownie bar from Pure. Why product developers think they can throw cocoa in a snack bar and call it, "brownie," is beyond me.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Make sure you have an appointment with your dentist scheduled before you bite in. Never have I eaten anything with so many nut shells still on the nuts.Published 8 months ago by C.M.Dubbya
Taste great, and I love it being so pure of chemicals. I use it a lotPublished 11 months ago by jam
I love this bar, but the price is steep. I used to buy it at Trader Joes for much cheaper ( $ 1.49 ) until it was discontinued.Published 16 months ago by Annick Richardson