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58-Count Quaker Chewy Granola Bars (25% Less Sugar, Chocolate Chip) for $5.84

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Going fast and beat me to the post. Lol
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Note that less sugar comes with sucralose.
And why? It has brown sugar, regular sugar, corn syrup and chocolate already.
Did it really need artificial sweetness added?
And why the artificial flavor? I mean it has everything you need for flavor; oats, coconut, brown sugar, regular sugar, salt, molasses and chocolate chips made with real vanilla extract (not vanillin) to boot- why you gotta add fake flavoring?
This is why I wait for the KIND sales.
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Slightly off topic, but what's the healthiest granola-type bar out there?
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Slightly off topic, but what's the healthiest granola-type bar out there?
Ones you make at home. Buy the ingredients you want in them, combine and shape them. But I had a thing for those Cascadian Farms granola bars. Very tasty and organic ingredients.
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Slightly off topic, but what's the healthiest granola-type bar out there?
I don't know about healthiest, but better for kids, there is Annie's, Junkless, Nature's Path, Cascadian Farms and KIND kid bars.

For adults, again I like KIND bars a lot, 18 Rabbits and Bear Naked.

Healthiest is probably something like Cliff or RX, though those are more energy bars than granola bars- and personally I think they taste awful.

Don't mean to thread cap as this is a really good deal for quantity of bars.
And I'll eat a Snicker and other junk food full of junk- but I know what I am getting into.

I just don't like the deceptive marketing.
25% less sugar but hiding that artificial sugar is in it. Stating no high fructose corn syrup, but it has corn syrup solids. "100% whole grains and other delicious ingredients"- like polydextrose and glycerin...
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Slightly off topic, but what's the healthiest granola-type bar out there?
Like the other poster said, buy the ingredients and make them yourself. CLIF and KIND have some decent Organic ones- but again way too much sugar in them - not to mention the fact, your body converts OATS, Wheat and all other grains into sugar anyways.

The one posted here is the worst of the kind - includes BHT and what-not.
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Damn. Sorry I missed this.
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