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Nakd raw food energy bars

Added on January 17th, 2012
Found in Dairy Free, Gluten free

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to get Larabars – but have an alternative. Nakd bars are made in Wales from raw fruit, nuts, oats and spices. They come in a variety of flavours, including cocoa, pecan, cashew, apple and berry. They are a delicious alternative and are gluten-free, dairy-free and have no added sugar. If you want a snack packed with vitamins and nutrients to keep you going, these are for you. Don’t forget, we give a 10% discount if you buy a case.

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