Hammer Nutrition Bar Nutrition

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Product Description

  • Natural, all-organic ingredients
  • No preservatives
  • Easy to digest, gluten-free
  • Delicious taste, moist texture
  • If you want an energy bar that tastes great, is easy to digest and is made from wholesome ingredients, then our new Hammer Bar is just what you’ve been waiting for. Hammer Bar is loaded with healthy, non GMO, energy-producing organic ingredients with no added refined sugars. Plus it carries USDA organic, non-dairy kosher and vegan (Almond Raisin) certifications.



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