C30 Fuel Bar
|Energy / Brennwert / Énergie||180 kcal|
|Fat / Fett / Materes Grasses||5g|
|Carbohydrate / Kohlenhydrate / Glucides||30g|
|Of Which Sugars / Davon Zucker / Dont Sucres||14g|
|Protein / Eiweiß / Proteines||3g|
Ingredients: [Berry] Oat Flour, Dates, Glucose Syrup, Coconut Oil, Fructose, Glycerin, Natural Flavor, Salt. [Chocolate] Oat Flour, Dates, Glucose Syrup, Coconut Oil, Fructose, Glycerin, Cocoa Powder, Natural Flavor, Salt.
*Made in a facility that also produces wheat, egg, peanut, soybean, almond, hazelnut, walnut, cashew, milk and sesame.
C30 Fuel Bar highlights
2:1 maltodextrin-to-fructose carbohydrate blend delivers 30 grams of fast-absorbing energy.
Smooth texture is easier to chew and swallow at high intensity.
Low in protein, fat and fiber for fast energy absorption.
Mild flavor easy on the stomach.
These bars are really good for training and lower intensity races. They're easy to get down and are compact so easy to carry.
C30 Fuel Bar FAQs
Why is the sodium level only 30mg per bar and not 200mg like your other products?
As our C30 Fuel Bars are not delivering fluid, we have elected to use just enough sodium for palatability.
Why are C30 Fuel Bars smaller than other energy bars?
C30 Fuel Bars are precisely 30 grams of carbohydrate so that they fit into our guidance system. They are a high performance bar - not another snack bar.
How are C30 Fuel Bars in cold and heat?
C30 Fuel Bars stay soft in cold weather and are non-sticky in warmer conditions.
Are C30 Bars gluten-free?
No they are not. We use glutenous oat flour as a primary ingredient.
Are C30 Fuel Bars tested?
All Neversecond products are stringently tested and certified free of banned substances by Informed Sport.
Guides & Guidance
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