Collagen & Native Whey Protein Bar - CacaoPow

by Oorah


  • Made with 5 real food ingredients
  • 16g of protein from collagen and native whey
  • Tasty and guilt-free treat 


This one's for the chocolate lovers. Made from ground cacao beans and macadamia nuts, this wholesome protein bar is the perfect companion to your everyday life. Filled with amino acids, super-foods and the energy you need to win at life.

- Made with 5 real food ingredients, nothing else.

- No sneaky sugars, flavourants, colourants, emulsifiers, preservatives or artificial sweeteners in this tasty treat

- Enjoy guilt-free.

- 16g of protein from collagen and native whey.


Protein Blend (Hydrolysed Collagen & Native Whey Protein Isolate), Raw Honey, Macadamia Nuts, Dates, Organic Cacao Powder.


Cow's milk, tree nuts.


May contain traces of peanuts.


Store in a cool dry place. 

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Soy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • GE/GMO Free Ingredients

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