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Functional freshman Peak Protein gaining traction with its clean nut butter-based bar

Peak Protein Bar

After putting in the work for about a year, near the end of 2023, the functional food newcomer Peak Protein came to market with a clean, nutritious, and, most importantly, delicious protein snack in the traditional bar format. Despite being new to the game, the brand is building quite the reputation for its strong and competitive taste and texture, and that’s alongside a respectable nutrition profile from a clean set of ingredients, proving that Peak Protein’s time spent developing the product was not wasted.

Peak Protein’s signature protein bar features a deliciously sweet and smooth nut butter-based body, which guarantees your teeth sink right through. Unlike other nut butter-style protein snacks on the market, though, the functional freshman has covered its effort in milk chocolate, ensuring an extra level of sweetness for an amplified taste. The product comes in two flavors, Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch and Almond Butter Amaretti, and from what we’ve heard, they’re as good as they look, if not better.

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Regardless of which flavor you grab of Peak Protein’s promising functional food, Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch or Almond Butter Amaretti, they both have 290 calories, coming from 19 to 20g of protein, 17g of carbohydrates with 7 to 8g of that sugar and fiber, and 18g of fat. The macros are almost 1:1:1 of protein to carbohydrates and fat, and the list of ingredients providing all of that is as clean as promised with almond or peanut butter, milk chocolate, grass-fed whey, cassava, and the natural sweetener monk fruit.

With how good everything looks and sounds from Peak Protein we may have to get our hands on its protein bar, opting for the Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch potentially, as that combination is tough to turn, especially when trying something new. You can purchase the product for yourself straight through, where boxes of a dozen pieces are $40.50, a little more than your typical protein bar, but it sounds like it’s worth it, and if you grab two boxes, maybe one of each flavor, you get shipping free.