Nut Free Mixed Berry Bars – is made of Strawberries, Raspberries and Blueberries, a perfect on-the-go bar for any age
Nut Free Vanilla – is made using gluten free oats with Linseeds, Sunflower Seeds and Pumpkin Seeds to give it the added crunch
Nut Free Date and Seed Bars – is made of natural goodness, original date and seed bars
Nut Free Banana Bars – is made from 100% natural, sun-dried bananas and Apricots – not flavouring
Nut Free High Protein Cherry Bars – has been designed specifically for those looking to increase their daily protein intake through one healthy, tasty and convenient snack
Nut Free Wowbutter Bars – has all the taste of peanut butter without the nuts
Nut & Gluten Free Mint Chocolate High Protein Bars – is made using gluten free oats and delicious chocolate chunks this bar is packed full of flavour
Nut Free Chocolate Coconut – is made using Gluten Free Oats with delicious Dark Chocolate Chunks, Coconut, topped with Coconut Chips for that added flavour
What we thought of the Protein Bars?
We scored the bars on taste out of 10 points, 10 being really good while 0 is not too good.
- Nut Free Mixed Berry Bars 9/10
- Nut Free Vanilla 4/10
- Nut Free Date and Seed Bars 5/10
- Nut Free Banana Bars 9/10 (This reminded us of eating banana flap jack)
- Nut Free High Protein Cherry Bars 5/10
- Nut Free Wowbutter Bars – 5/10
- Nut & Gluten Free Mint Chocolate High Protein Bars – 7/10
- Nut Free Chocolate Coconut – 8/10
The bars are sold for £2.99 – £24.99 in packs of threes, twelves or twenty fours.
How Can I purchase them?
Do head over to their website to select the bar of your choice or alternatively you can also get them from various retailers, Health Club chains and distributors such as Holland & Barrets, Waitrose, Ocado and Amazon amongst others.
- In terms of size, we thought that these were the perfect size to carry in your pocket and eat whilst exercising
- The texture of the bars were really moist and easy to eat
- The flap jack textured ones tasted really good
- But some of the more seeded protein bars were not as easy to eat or quite as tasty
- Some of their protein bars also have the ‘Informed Sport / Trusted by Sport’ stamp on it to indicate that that product has been certified for banned substances
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The concept of their bars is based on wholesome food in a bar which is nut free and 100% on taste and this was started by Kate Wallace, the brand owner. They bars are completely natural, approved by the vegetarian society and they are also 100% nut free, which is rare in this industry. They offer everyone, including Nut Allergy sufferers, natural long lasting energy as a sustainable snack which actually tastes good. They were made in the hope that people would stop aimlessly snacking on nothingness junk and pick up whole food nutrition in a bar. And that’s the beauty of getbuzzing products, they can be used by such a wide range of audiences; from toddlers to professional athletes. They have called the company GetBuzzing as getbuzzing is a mentality, an outlook on life, rather than just a product. Being healthy is a feeling of positivity, mind body and soul, being happy with the body you’re in and having a realistic healthy mental attitude towards food.
Informed-Sport is a global quality assurance program for sports nutrition products, suppliers to the sports nutrition industry, and supplement manufacturing facilities. The program certifies that every batch of a supplement product and/or raw material that bears the Informed-Sport logo has been tested for banned substances by LGC’s world-class sports anti-doping laboratory. Supplements users should use the search function above to find products that have been through this rigorous certification process, while athletes are strongly advised to cross reference the tested batches listed on the product pages with the batches they are consuming.