Quaker Chewy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, 8.4 oz

Walmart # 567856968

Quaker Chewy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, 8.4 oz

Walmart # 567856968
$0.28 / oz
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<p>Calm your cravings with the delicious combination of rich peanut butter and chocolate chips. Our Chewy Granola Bars are made with the goodness of whole grain Quaker Oats and are a perfect snack for any member of the family, any time of day.&lt; /P&gt;</p>

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My Family’s Favorite

We have tried all the different flavors but the Peanutbutter and Chocolate Chip is the better flavor to us. You can never go wrong when it come to these two flavors come together and health wise much better than Reese Peanut Butter Cups!!

Found wood splinters in my bar

I have been eating these for years and I love them. But tonight I found wood splinters in my bar. Very concerning. I don’t think I will be buying granola bars anymore.

More Chocolate!!!!

Peanut Butter and chocolate chips balance each other out nicely. With more chocolate chips, the once a little salty taste is not as overwhelming. For those who are not fans of the salty products, this will be a pleasant surprise. It is finally balanced in a 'not too sweet; not too salty' way. Quaker has bigger bars than some of the other cheap brands, and their products are held to higher standards than some competitors do. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chips, it's just the right combination; it is chewy enough not to be too crunchy, and crunchy enough not to be soggy- hands down favorite. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Go natural

Still not healthy. Not when they contain corn syrup, corn syrup solids and artificial flavors. Advertising that they don't contain high fructose corn syrup like that's something great (and it is) but still contain too many other bad ingredients...such as artificial flavors, corn syrup and corn syrup solids. Also, the granola bars that are advertised as having 25% less sugar...that "less sugar" is replaced with sucralose. Worse than sugar. Real sugar is better. So now, this is one more product I have discontinued buying. Go natural Quaker, even better---go organic. :)

What is sorbitol doing in here?

Used to love these granola bars. My brother subsisted on them growing up. I've been following the "low sugar" trend and the drive to get products down to 100 calories by making them smaller, etc. But I tasted a bitterness in my granola bars recently, and checked the ingredients. Lo and behold -- you're now sticking sorbitol in the granola bars to drive down the calories and hit that magical, if arbitrary, 100 calorie mark. You *could* just lower the actual sugar instead of introducing a substitute with a potentially *laxative* effect. I'm just disappointed.
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