Health Valley Cobbler Cereal Bars, Blueberry, 6-Count 7.9-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

For nearly 40 years, Health Valley Organic has used sustainable agricultural practices to bring families like yours the healthiest food from the land. Our USDA-certified organic products don’t have any artificial chemicals, flavors, colors, synthetic pesticides, or genetically modified ingredients. What they do have are all the good nutrition–and the rich, satisfying flavors–your family deserves. Now we’re taking another big step in helping you understand exactly how healthy our products are. It’s called the Health Valley Nutrition Scorecard, and before long, you’ll see it on each and every Health Valley package. Our Nutrition Scorecard tells you at a glance how each product stacks up on four important nutritional measures: Sodium, Fat, Fiber and Antioxidants. As the scorecard says, this is smart nutrition you can trust. Use the scorecard to easily compare Health Valley with other brands or to compare one Health Valley product to another to find the best product for your needs.

Product Features

  • Case of six 7.9 ounce boxes each containing 6 bars (total of 47.4 ounces and 36 bars)
  • Made from organic blueberries, cane juice, oats and wheat flour
  • Low fat, low cholesterol and made without any chemicals or additives
  • Good source of Vitamin C, B Vitamins, fiber and selenium
  • USDA certified organic

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12. September 2013 by Q White
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Comments (2)

  1. Very tasty, but not a lot of fruit filling. See my photo up top. I’ve been eating one of these apple bars every day at work as an afternoon snack for about a year now. I used to eat Special K bars, but I found the Health Valley Organic bars on Amazon, and the good reviews prompted me to try them. One bar is 130 calories and is a tasty, satisfying, and relatively healthy snack. I’ve gone through many boxes, and the bars are consistent in quality and always fresh.I’m knocking off one star because the photo on the box is very misleading. The bars have nowhere near the amount of filling shown on the photo the box. In fact, the difference is significant enough that I would say that the photo bears little resemblance to the actual product. I’ve attached my own photo up top to show what the inside of the bar actually looks like. I would estimate the filling actually makes up about 20% – 25% of the bar, whereas the box photo seems to show around 80% – 85% filling.

  2. Very Tasty Product These bars have become a regular part of my diet. Very tasty and not too sweet. I would have liked to seen more vitamin and protein content, but overall a very healthy and enjoyable product.