PowerCrunch Bar Announces 4 New Flavors Coming Soon
One of our favorite protein bars and functional foods here around the office is the PowerCrunch Bar. Not only are these things incredibly tasty, but the texture and style of the bar is quite unique compared to other protein bars on the market. Currently PowerCrunch Bars are available in about ten flavors including the likes of Salted Caramel, Triple Chocolate, and my personal favorite Peanut Butter Fudge, among others.
Well, PowerCrunch Bar just announced 4 new flavors coming soon. The all new flavors will be Strawberry Creme, Cinnamon Roll, Chocolate Coconut, and S'Mores. Each will contain 13 grams of protein and 5 grams of sugar. Not only do these flavors sound tasty, especially the S'Mores, but they are quite a bit different than other flavors PowerCrunch currently has on the market.
These bars have not yet rolled out on the PowerCrunch website but were guessing we'll see them dropping sometime later this week and we should have them in shortly after. If you've never tried a PowerCrunch Bar and this post has sparked your interested grab yourself a box of the Peanut Butter Fudge, you'll thank me later!
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