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(1174V01)Proteinal Low Carb Coconut Crunch Protein Bar

C$21.99 C$15.00

15 grams of protein

  • 160 calories
  • 12 grams of fiber
  • Suitable for the Solid Foods and Maintenance diets
  • Suitable for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, duodenal switch and gastric band patients
  • On-the-go snack or breakfast
  • Aspartame free
  • 7 x 15g

    Expiry date:  Aug 2017

    So don’t throw away food that is completely edible! Every year, 1.3 billion tons of food is wasted globally and some of that food is perfectly safe to eat, as long as it has been kept in proper storage conditions. By understanding food labels, we can all do our part to minimize food waste!

    Date Labeling and Impact on Food Waste 

    Confusion over the meaning of dates applied to food products can result in consumers discarding wholesome food.

    In an effort to reduce food waste, it is important that consumers understand that the dates applied to food are for quality and not for safety. Food products are safe to consume past the date on the label, and regardless of the date, consumers should evaluate the quality of the food product prior to its consumption.

    Expiry date:  June 2017