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Wild Blueberry Almond Protein Bar (10-Pack)
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Reminiscent of a healthier version of your favorite blueberry pie, wild blueberries and almonds combine for a refreshing and chewy taste with just the right amount of sweetness. Each bar is high in fiber, helping maintain a healthy digestive system, controlling your appetite and supporting steady blood sugar levels.
Papa Steve’s No Junk Raw Protein Bars are handmade with love in Southern California and are made with only the freshest, whole raw foods hand-picked from local SoCal farmers.
Shelf-Life & Refrigeration
These are not like other bars that sit on the shelves for 8-10 months before you purchase them. Papa Steve’s NO JUNK Raw Protein Bars are made by hand every single week, which means they always contain fresh, raw ingredients.
We recommend storing your bars in the fridge, especially in warm climates and during the summer, to keep them tasting fresh & delicious.
Here’s how long your bars will stay good at different temperatures:
1-2 months at room temperature
2-3 months in the fridge
6 months when frozen
(Please note that because the bars will stay good for 1-2 months at room temperature, they are perfectly fine during shipment.)
Pack includes 10 protein bars.
More About Papa Steve's:
Contains peanuts. Manufactured in a plant that processes peanut, tree nut, wheat, soy, milk & egg products
MEET THE MAKER
Papa Steve's No Junk Protein Bars
Culver City, CA
Steven realized that snacks made to last for more than a few months may not be good for you. After meeting with ranchers and farmers, he created these raw bars using responsible and sustainable techniques.
After growing up with processed snacks in the ‘80s, Steven became focused on his health in college