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Muscle Moose Beaver Bar

£28.99

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Four layers of taste sensation await you – a crispy base, topped with a fondant layer, followed by a luscious caramel layer, topped with more crispies - all enrobed in luscious chocolate for an indulgent snack that will leave you saying “dam – that’s a good bar!” Beaver Bar is only 110 calories per finger and has 20g protein and 2.4g sugar per pack. What are you waiting for?! Choose from lip-smacking White Chocolate or Choc Caramel and order yours today!

 

 
Nutritional Information EU per 100g
per 60g Serving
Energy kJ 1526 915
Energy kcal 365 219
Fat 13g 7.8g
of which saturates 6g 3.6g
Monounsaturates 4g 2.4g
Polyunsaturates 2g 1.2g
Carbohydrate 26g 15.6g
of which sugar 4g 2.4g
Fibre 15.1g 9.1g
Protein 34g 20.4g
Salt 0.67g 0.40g

 



For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Protein blend (21%) [Milk Protein Concentrate (Milk), Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk), Collagen (Bovine Hydrolysed), Calcium Caseinate (Milk)], Soy Protein Nuggets (19%) [Isolated Soy Protein, Cocoa Powder, Tapioca Starch, Emulsifier, (Soya Lecithin)], Corn Fibre, Caramel (12%) [Chicory Root Fibre, Humectant (Vegetable Glycerol), Palm Kernal, Water, Butter (Milk), Palm Fat, Emulsifiers (Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids, Sorbitan Tri- Stearate, Rapeseed Lecithin), Gelling Agent (Pectin), Salt, Colour (Plain Caramel), Sucralose], Humectant (Vegetable Glycerol), Milk Chocolate Flavour Coating (8%) [Sweeteners (Isomalt, Sucralose), Palm Fat, Cocoa Powder, Whey Powder (Milk), Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamine), Emulsifiers (Soya Lecithin, Polyglycerol Polyricinoleate), Natural Flavourings)], Rapeseed Oil, Chicory Root Fibre, Glucose Syrup, Cocoa Powder, Natural Flavourings, Thickener (Acacia Gum), Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin), Sea Salt, Antioxidant (Vitamin E).

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