28 Feb '15, 9pm

#Beef – is it the new trend in #powerbars?

#Beef – is it the new trend in #powerbars?

Stomaching a beef-based bar (grass-fed or not) may not sound very appealing during a run. However, the unique and bold flavors of Omnibars may convince you otherwise. Contrary to sweet energy bars typically made up of dried fruits, nuts and a variety of oats (and sometimes way too much sugar), Omnibars contain ground beef from grass-fed cows on the founder’s ranch in Montana, but provides the same long-lasting energy—if not more. Our editors had a go at the unconventional bar and here’s what we’ve deduced. Ideal for: Meat lovers and long distance runs, especially during grueling ultra-trail races. What’s in it: Each package contains two thin, flat leather bars packed with 200 calories and 9 grams of protein that will satiate your hunger for a few hours while on the road or trail. The brand promotes using all-natural, non-dairy and gluten-free whole food ingredients. Beside...

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