Nakd Bars Reviews
Product Type: Nakd Snacks
Description:Type: Cereal Bars / All natural unsweetened fruit bar, high in fibre and nutrition.
Newest Review: ... though it's small, there's a lot more goodness in it that other snack bars. It feels like that eating them anyway! Honestly, ... more
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by - written on 11/11/11, updated on 13/03/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Raw Bars, to me, are like bars of sheer heaven. I honestly like them a lot. I first tasted these wonder bars (see what I did there? ha!) around Christmas 2010 when my husband stuffed a few into my Christmas stocking (never too old for a stocking at Christmas I say) and well, stocking fillers for peeps on a vegan diet can be interesting and sparse at the best of times. Since then we haven't been able to get enough of them and guess what? My son loves them, too. I break off a little piece for him and he will happily sit and munch it down. I'm happy to feed them to him as a treat because I know they're made from nothing but natural vitamins and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 353 readings)
Made from 100% natural ingredients, made in Wales, very vegan and quite filling. No added sugars, only sugar in them are the ones found naturally in fruit. These are 100% fruit, nut or fruit juice, nothing tampered with and nothing added. Free from gluten, wheat and dairy. Incredibly low in fat. One of the bars that you know exactly what goes in them. My personal favourite is Cashew Cookie. Nakd bars by Natural Balance Foods, these are perfect for on the go, just before and/or after exercise to get some energy up without feeling like you've just wasted your workout. I discovered these when I first went vegan when I was having a gander at the free ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/08 (Very useful, 835 readings)
Are you looking for a healthy portable snack to eat between meals or perhaps like me you are finding it difficult to get up in time for work now these dark November days are looming? Well I think I can recommend something healthy which may put those cereal bars out of commission for a while. My daughter became a vegan at the age of fifteen which I have to say was tricky. Although we are all veggies in our house the idea of cutting out Canadian cheddar and goats milk was really hard and I was dreading cooking all the meals and making sure she was going to be healthy. Luckily she is a great cook and I was not really needed. I have learnt so much from her in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/13, updated on 19/06/13 (Very useful, 169 readings)
How I got Nakd! *Nakd bar tested was Pecan Pie* Fancied a bit of pie! It was during a shopping trip with my mum that I decided to get Nakd. The urge came upon me whilst I was in Holland and Barrett. With many flavours and options to choose from, by Natural Balance Foods (who make Nakd bars), I was browsing the temptations for a while. Pecan Pie stood out to me as it is a vibrant orange packet - not impressive in length but I was only after a little bite to eat. Price wise the bars can seem a little expensive at 99p but they were on a special offer so I made my decision to give Pecan Pie a try. What's under the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/10, updated on 23/01/10 (Very useful, 573 readings)
100% natural, no added sugar and nothing artificial, these little gems are made purely from raw fruit, nuts and oats. No cooking involved, the raw ingredients are "smooshed" together and then packaged in what could possibly be described as 'funky' wrappers (different from the pictures above), and sold to you to enjoy as a lovely, healthy snack. Each 30g bar contains 1 portion of raw fruit - helping you to achieve your recommended 'five a day'. As would be expected, the 60g bars contain 2 portions of raw fruit. This is an excellent way to boost your daily fruit intake, making it much easier to reach your 'five a day'. Especially ideal for people ... Read the complete review
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