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Universal Animal Snak Bars

Big things come in small packages

Universal Nutrition’s release of Animal Snak brings us a new type of bar. A bar that comes in a smaller package but nutritionally a huge bar. Packed with 30 grams of high-quality protein and 35 grams of high-end carbohydrates for your body to utilize for energy.

This isn’t your ordinary meal replacement bar. Much like any product released by Universal Nutrition, they go above and beyond when it comes to quality and standards. Each bar is packed with anabolic and ergogenic nutrients including glutamine, cobamamide, phosphates, ginseng, betaine, EFAs, papain, chromium, and more. This is not a bar with cheat fillers. The great taste and high quality of Animal Snak will have you tossing those bars in the garbage.

The perfect bar for pre or post training, or just having between meals when hunger hits. Because of how nutritionally dense it is, it’s easy to take it on the go. Both flavors of bars have a lot of formulating and testing put in to ensure you enjoy your meal replacement.

Available in four delicious flavors

  • Double Chocolate Brownie
  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chips
  • Peanut Butter Honey and Oats
  • Rich Chocolate Peanut butter

Product Highlights

  • 30 grams of high quality protein
  • 35 grams of quality carbohydrates to produce energy
  • Small yet nutrient dense
  • Delicious taste and very satisfying

Nutrition Facts

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Customer Reviews

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Best meal replacement bar on the market.

Hands down the best tasting bar. I've tried them all. Real food. Great taste. Use them post workout.

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Usually good, but my last box was a no go

I've gone through several boxes of Animal Snak bars since they came out. My favorites are the pb honey and oats and the pb chocolate chip. I ordered a box of pb honey and oats, and this box, unfortunately, was rancid. I had to throw it away. I still have pb chocolate chip bars and they're fine, but IDK what went wrong with the honey and oats.

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