No, I didn't make up the name of these bars. They are actually called "Good 'n Natural."
It made me think that some person couldn't think of a name of a bar and just said, "Well, they're good and natural............. so yeah."
Of course, this is coming from someone whose blog name is "A Case of the Runs." Touché.
Anyway, the first time I spotted this was at a Ralph's (Kroger in other regions) in January. They were on sale for $0.88. In fact, I've never really seen them more expensive than $1. Compared to other bars, that's pretty cheap.
Good 'n Natural bars come in chocolate, peanut butter, lemon, and cranberry almond (above). Over the past few months, I've tried them all and would have to say I didn't care for the chocolate one much. But to each his own. However, the cranberry almond and peanut butter flavors are quite excellent. The bar has a chewy texture and is actually quite dense. They ring in at about 230 calories each.
Summary from their site:
- Made with Wholesome Ingredients, including Gluten Free Rolled Oats, Organic Brown Rice Syrup and Organic Diced Soynuts
- Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegan
- Good Source of Fiber
- 10 grams of Protein
So if you're into trying different bars like I am (and not the "walking into a bar" bars... hah!), I would recommend this is a cheap alternative to other ones in the market.