Barebells Expands Line of Bestselling Protein Bars with Hazelnut and Nougat
November 3, 2020
It's so delicious you will go NUTS!
LOS ANGELES (November 3, 2020) – Barebells – the revolutionary, high-in-protein, no added sugar* protein bar brand – has expanded their line of bestselling protein bars to welcome Hazelnut & Nougat, the brand’s sixth flavor profile to hit U.S. markets. Wrapped in milk chocolate with a creamy nougat center and hazelnut crunch, Hazelnut & Nougat will drive the taste buds nuts.
“We are constantly raising the bar on delicious and nutritious snacks, and our Hazelnut & Nougat bar provides a healthful, protein dense twist on the classic flavor,” said Ben Jones, CEO of Barebells Functional Foods™.
With 20 grams of protein, no added sugar, free from palm oil and only 200 calories, Hazelnut & Nougat’s guilt free, gooey bars make the ideal workout companion or delicious snack to satiate cravings.
Hazelnut & Nougat will join Barebells existing line of flavors including Cookies & Cream, Caramel & Cashew, Salty Peanut, White Chocolate Almond and Crunchy Fudge. The new flavor marks Barebells sixth variety to launch since the brand entered the U.S. market in 2019, and their second product launch this year.
Barebells’ has garnered immense growth throughout 2020, resulting from overwhelming consumer support for their flavor-forward bars. Hazelnut & Nougat will be available for purchase via online retailers such as Amazon.com, as well as at select retailers and gyms nationwide. For more information, visit https://barebells.com/us/ or follow them on Instagram.
About Barebells Functional Foods™
Barebells Functional Foods™ was launched in Sweden in 2016 to offer products high-in-protein that never compromise on flavor. Since the launch, the functional food brand has revolutionized the industry with its bestselling protein bars delivering 20g protein and no added sugar* – a real treat for everyone who wants to feed their cravings.
*Not a low or reduced calorie food. See nutrition information for sugar, calorie and saturated fat content