Do More Bars Nutrition

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Product Description

Do More Bars are a delicious, gluten-free energy bar. The cereal bars mix organic whole-grain crisped brown rice with various nuts and fruits in five flavors: Cherry Almond, Date Pecan, Orange Cranberry Pecan, Pineapple Coconut and Raisin Peanut. The light flavor and consistency, makes them both easy to digest during rides and palatable because they’re not overly sweet. There’s no preservatives, sulfites, hydrogenated oils, “marshmallow cream”, corn syrup or artificial flavors or colors, just a few simple, whole food ingredients.

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