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(0112V03-A) Proteinal - Mocha Wafers - (6/Box)- RESTRICTED

C$21.99 C$15.00
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Expiry Date:  04/2018

The classic combo of mocha and chocolate…’nough stuff. Well, a couple more things.  These  Square Protein Wafers Mocha are high-protein, low-sugar treats to enjoy for snack or dessert. You can even start your day with these wafers if you love your morning coffee. Just don’t tell your friends you’re eating delicious cookies for breakfast while you lose weight!

Fluffy high-protein filling sandwiched between light and crispy wafers –  Our richest offerings, these delicious treats are more than just a sweet indulgence; they are packed full of protein that will keep you feeling full and satisfied long after your coffee break is over. EXCELLENT SOURCE OF PROTEIN OTHER AVAILABLE FLAVORS: chocolate, mocha


  • 15 grams protein
  • 200 calories
  • 20% of the daily value for calcium
  • 15% of the daily value for iron
  • Suitable for the Solid Foods and Maintenance diets
  • Suitable for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, duodenal switch and gastric band patients
  • Suitable for anyone watching their weight
  • Enjoy as an on the go snack or gourmet dessert
  • Aspartame free

    6 x  Mocha Square Protein Wafers Per Box

    Directions: Unwrap and enjoy!

    Expiry date:  Aug. 2017

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