As the product box states, they are gluten free, soy free and non-GMO. In addition, the Cran Nut & Seeds flavor is also vegan.
Other Bravo Bar Features Worth Noting:
1. Protein Content
What the packaging doesn’t mention, however, is that these bars are higher in protein (9-13 grams). I think that this important to note, since most people don’t assume that fruit-and-nut snacks contain a lot of protein. The special ingredient here is grass-fed whey protein.
2. Paleo Friendly?
Furthermore, aside from the grass-fed vanilla whey protein, I consider these bars paleo-friendly. Actually, many people following a paleo lifestyle appreciate grass-fed products and therefore I think would like the extra grass-fed protein in these snacks.
Bravo Bar Ingredients:
I’ve included the ingredient labels, along with macros, below:
How are Bravo Bars Different?
Bravo Bars taste like a homemade snack. The texture feels soft with some crunchiness and some chewiness but not too much. Pieces don’t get stuck in my teeth.
I really like the fact that they digest easily. For example, when I first tried them, I ate 3 bars in one sitting (oops!). However, they did not cause a lump in my stomach or any discomfort like some other bars can.
What I Didn’t Like About Bravo Bars
If you don’t like tangy flavors, this may be good news for you. In any case, the homemade taste make Bravo Bars worth trying.