Temporarily Out of Stock! Blueberry Vanilla Crisp
Blueberry muffin vibes paired with protein crispies to provide a satisfying, flavorful snack to boost your day.
Light & refreshing, we use real blueberries in these bars and creamy cashew butter to deliver that melt in your mouth texture.
Move over inflammation + fake taste.
We elevated your on-the-go snacks.
Body-enhancing ingredients. Delicious, real taste.
- 8g non-dairy protein in each bar
- Collagen protein sourced from wild-caught Pacific cod and grass-fed cows
- Antioxidant superfoods such as blueberries, dates, and organic honey
- Gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and non-GMO
Balanced macros for sustained energy.
- Dietitian and athlete-approved
- Satiating non-dairy protein without the bloat
- Antioxidants for reducing inflammation
- No sugar crash, balanced blood sugar levels
No fake sh*t.
- no stevia, sugar alcohols, or refined sugars
- no preservatives, inflammatory oils, or fake fibers
(that you can pronounce)
Protein Blend (Wild-Caught Marine Collagen, Pea Protein, Almond Protein Powder, Grass-Fed Bovine Collagen), Organic Clover Honey, Cashew Butter, Dates, Soy Protein Crisps, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Blueberries, Sunflower Lecithin, Almond Flour, Vanilla Extract, Himalayan Pink Salt, Natural Flavors.
Contains: Fish (Cod), Tree Nuts (Almonds, Cashews, Coconuts), Soy.
All ingredients are non-GMO.
Manufactured on equipment that also produces eggs, milk, wheat, sesame, and other tree nuts. May contain shell and/or pit fragments.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is collagen and why do I need it?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body, made up of amino acids that serve as the building blocks of your body. It provides the structural support to keep your body mobile and strong. Think of it as the “glue” that holds your body together and responsible for smooth, youthful skin, strong connective tissues and bones, fast wound healing, and healthy hair and nail growth. Around our mid twenties, natural collagen production begins to decline. We can visibly notice this as it translates to wrinkles, joint pain, weaker bones, slower hair/nail growth, and overall slower recovery. Consuming collagen in our diets is not a new concept as many cultures around the world consume foods rich in collagen. Unfortunately, these foods are not as common in the modern American diet and we're on a mission to make them convenient and snackable.