Plant-based Power Bar

Plant-based Power Bar

Unlock your potential with the FGP Bar, a planetbased snack bar filled with protein, fibre and enriched with healthy vegetables

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In our hectic modern lives, the quest for snacks that are both healthy and convenient is often fraught with compromise. This is where a plant[1]based protein bar — the FGP Bar — enriched with 1.5 servings of kale, spinach, and broccoli, steps in. Free from grains and added sugars, and packed with 7 grams of fibre and 10 grams of protein, this bar is more than a mere snack; it's a wise nutritional choice.

These bars are a treasure trove of health benefits. By incorporating kale, spinach, and broccoli, each bar serves as a compact, nutrient-rich mini-salad; these vegetables are abundant in vital vitamins and minerals, along with antioxidants, supporting everything from skin health to immune system strength.

The grain-free and no added sugar recipe makes the FGP Bar a suitable snack for a variety of dietary needs, including those following low-glycemic or gluten-free diets. This universality is a significant advantage in a snack market often limited by hidden sugars and allergens.

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The fibre content of the bars is also noteworthy: at seven grams per serving, it not only supports digestive health but also promotes satiety, aiding in weight management and reducing the urge for overeating.

The bar's protein, sourced from plants, is both sustainable and gentler on the digestive system than animal proteins. Offering 10 grams per serving, it's an excellent muscle repair and growth aid, beneficial for both athletes and the general population.

FGP Bars also shatter the stereotype of health snacks being tasteless. They demonstrate that healthy eating can be both palatable and fulfilling, making them a perfect blend of flavour and nutrition.

Ultimately, this plant-based protein bar is an exemplary choice for the health-conscious, the environmentally aware, and anyone seeking smarter, tastier food options in their busy lives. Find out more at:

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