The GFB Gluten Free, Non-GMO High Protein Bites, Coconut Cashew Crunch, 4 Ounce

By | April 20, 2018

GFB Bites are non-GMO, vegan, soy-free, ridiculously tasty dairy-free, gluten free, high-protein snacks that you won’t believe are actually good for you. Welcome to the mellow butteriness of slow roasted cashews and fresh toasted coconut. All with our signature chewy-crispy texture, and now in a resealable pouch. Packed with simple goodness and wholesome protein, two of these bite-sized treats will keep you going ’til your next tasty meal. The GFB, founded by a couple of gluten intolerant brothers thought there was a real need to share a delicious snack made with straightforward, recognizable ingredients. The products are developed by an in-house pastry chef and also made in a certified gluten-free facility. With plenty of plant-based protein to give you energy at any point in the day, The GFB Bites are the perfect healthy snack for almost any diet.

Product Features

  • Contains 1 – 4 ounce bag of The GFB Gluten Free Bites (Coconut Cashew Crunch)
  • These gluten-free, high protein bites combine simple, wholesome and organic ingredients into something that tastes amazing and provides you with sustained energy
  • Gluten-free, Non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher
  • Free of soy, dairy, trans-fat and cholesterol
  • Made in small batches in a sustainable, certified gluten-free facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Amazon Customer on 04/20/2018 at 10:59.

Incorrect protein bites received.

Camden on 04/20/2018 at 11:02.

Not worth the calories

bsg2004 on 04/20/2018 at 11:06.

Good ingredients, but something throws off the taste While I like most of the ingredients individually and I like being greeted by toasted coconut aroma when I open the bag, there’s something in the recipe that kinda makes them taste cardboardy and off. I don’t know if it’s specific ingredients that are throwing off the taste or just a bad combination. The off taste seems to come out after the first wave of chewing. Taste is of course subjective, so YMMV…It is about 50 calories per bite/ball, with the serving size being two of…