Scitec Nutrition is one of the larger, more well-known sports nutrition brands in Europe, and it has quite the catalog of supplements and functional items. Scitec has fans covered from protein powder and pre-workout through to health-focused formulas and functional snacks, the latter of which it has something new of this month, with Prime Bite.
Prime Bite is another protein snack from Scitec Nutrition in the traditional bar format featuring a typical build of a dense, doughy main body covered in flavor. The brand has rolled out the product in Europe with a good amount of flavors to choose from in Fudge Brownie, a classic Cookies & Cream, and something more fitting for Europe in Coconut Panna Cotta.
The nutrition profile on Scitec Nutrition’s Prime Bite protein bar isn’t loaded with protein at up to 13.5g in the Cookies & Cream flavor and a reasonably lower 11g in the other two. The rest of the product’s macros are around 17g of carbohydrates, with 1 to 8g of that sugar, between 8 and 12g of fat, and calories as low as 195 in Cookies & Cream and up to 212 in Coconut Panna Cotta.
The Prime Bite protein bar from Scitec Nutrition, it as mentioned, already out and available on the market in the UK and Europe, sold in boxes of the usual 12 bars and, of course, individually.