Tracker Bars Reviews
Product Type: Masterfoods Snacks
Description:Type: Cereal Bars
Newest Review: ... a pack of six or as a singly wrapped bar. My particular variety was described as 'chewy oats, covered in crunchy peanuts and ... more
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Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
by - written on 21/10/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I quite like my snacks and cereal bars, and despite their popularity and well-known name, I hadn't tried Tracker Bars until a few weeks ago when I saw them on offer at £1. I can't say I was that impressed actually, so these only get a 'they're ok but I wouldn't buy again' recommendation from me. Tracker is produced by Mars and has been since 1986. They're marketed more as outdoors bars, the type of thing for on-the-go, hence why on the back it says they're the 'rucksack snack'. I tend to associate them with being healthier snacks and more wholesome too. This review is for the choc chip variety, which come in a multipack of 8 inside a brown and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Tracker Bars Anyone who has read my earlier review will know that I bought a Tracker bar this morning as a breakfast substitute (after throwing away the first cereal bar that I had bought, due to it being horrible!). This cost me £0.55 but is cheaper in shops (our vending machine has outrageous prices and should only ever be used in an emergency) and I usually buy them in multi packs of 8 for around £1.60. They can be bought from most supermarkets. I had the peanut variety which has red writing on the wrapper on a cream coloured background. These do contain more sugar and fat than some varieties but they are definitely worth it! There ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I was in my mums the other day and felt a sudden need of something to eat, a strong peckish feeling that's for sure so I took a quick look in her cupboard and grabbed the first thing that caught my eye. A tracker bar! There sitting in a deep yellow and dark brown box were Tracker Chocolate Chip bars. A box decorated with yellow and brown swirls with a picture of a 'tracker bar' on the front. Looked scrummy. I am told on the box that it contains 8 bars and they are made with wholegrain and still have the same great taste. Well I'd never tasted them again but they sounded promising on their brief description, 'The only bar with the three layered Crunch, Goo and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/09, updated on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Tracker Bars I have somehow ended up with a box full of Tracker chocolate chip bars which I have not had for years. They are advertised as a three layered crunch bar with goo, crunch and chew with chocolate chips for those mad chocoholics out there like me. *The packaging* The design appears to have changed since I last bought trackers which I think was donkeys ago. It has tracker quite largely written across the top and in white. The packaging is yellow and brown and has chocolate chip written on in small writing under tracker with some little images of nuts and chocolate chips. The back is white and plain and no information as this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I have a confession to make. I'm addicted to Tracker bars! I hadn't bought any in a while, then saw them on offer for 2 boxes for £2.50 in Morrisons, and I just had to buy them. Big mistake, they're so addictive I ate a whole box the day I bought them. Oooops! Tracker bars are available in Roasted Nut, Chocolate Chip, and I believe there's a raisin one, but I've never seen these anywhere. The ones I buy are the Roasted Nut ones, but I have tried the chocolate chip ones before. They come in boxes of 8, which is way better than most similar bars which tend to charge similar prices for only 4 or 6. The bars are made of crisped rice, chewy oats, and ... Read the complete review
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