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Bonk Breaker has been featured in the June issue of Oprah Magazine. The article is focused on eating "g-free" and uses Bonk Breaker as the example of "Raising the Bar."
"Wondering why entire grocery store aisles are going "g-free"? Here's the real story behind the hype - and how to do the diet right."
Typically, your average energy bar will have some sort of rolled oats, chunks of chocolate, and maybe some other ingredients from nature’s hand. They may also contain hard-to-pronounce foreign materials to keep that energy bar looking new when you open the wrapper in twenty years. Being good for your health was probably an afterthought.
Beyond your usual boxes of granola at the grocery store, you may come across the Bonk Breaker. Gluten and dairy free ingredients, and homestyle baking packed into a bar are some of the qualities that intrigued us... Click to read more.
Maybe he's dedicated...maybe he's a little crazy, but this guy LIKES riding in 35 degree weather. And he fuels with Bonk Breaker Energy Bars! Check this insanity out!
The Bonk Breaker Energy Bar - A Review By Sam Pickering Pick on Jan 12, 2011
"Out of the wrapper, Bonk Breakers look like a block of fudge, and the texture is not far off that, either. It's soft and smooth, with just enough tooth to be appealing in the mouth, but without any of the clogging character of a Clif Bar." Click to read the rest.
Bonk Breaker PB&J review
October 1st, 2010 Kevin Posted in Bars
Bonk Breaker Peanut Butter and Jelly energy bar does a good impersonation of the childhood (and adulthood) staple, the PB&J sandwich. Tear open the foil wrapper and you’ll find one layer of blackberry paste sandwiched between two layers of pea-nutty matrix...