Primal Kitchen Dark Chocolate Almond Bars (12 Pack)


Made with grass-fed collagen, Turkish almonds and pumpkin seeds

  • Turkish Almonds and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Enrobed in a Chewy, Dark Chocolate, Caramel Coating
  • Only 3 Grams of Sugar (from Honey) and 8 Grams of Net Carbs
  • Gluten, Grain, Dairy and Soy Free
  • Excellent Source of Fiber
  • More Collagen Than a Cup of Bone Broth
  • Ingredients: Almonds, Pumpkin Seeds, Grass Fed Hydrolyzed Collagen, Pre-Biotic Fiber (From Cassava Root), Coconut Flakes, Honey, Natural Flavors, Water, Coconut Oil, Unsweetened Chocolate, Organic Fair Trade Cocoa Powder, Cocoa Nibs, Himalayan Pink Salt, Monk Fruit Extract, Tocopherols, Hazelnuts, Macadamia Nuts, Cashews

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Why We Made This:

  • An Excellent Source of Fiber
  • Only 3 Grams of Sugar
  • Only 8 Grams of Net Carbs
  • 15 Grams of Protein
  • 170 Milligrams of Potassium


Q: What the heck is collagen? A: Collagen is the protein that holds everything in your body together. It makes up about 30% of all the protein in the human body, and is found in your bones, tendons, ligaments, connective tissues and skin, and plays various roles in your overall health. Collagen production naturally declines with age, reducing the structural integrity of the skin and instigating the weakening of cartilage in joints. You can help make up for decreased collagen production by eating collagen sourced from grass-fed bovines pasture-raised in Brazil. Q: Why should I eat collagen? A: The collagen protein used in Primal Kitchen Dark Chocolate Almond Bars is collegen hydrolysate from grass-fed cows, which is broken down into individual amino acids and easier to absorb and digest, so it's a preferable alternative to taking collagen in, say, capsule form. Furthermore, it's 100% protein, and we all know the benefits of ingesting clean protein. Q: Where does your collagen come from? A: We searched all over the world to find a premium source of collagen from certified grass-fed cows. We found the perfect source in Brazil. Q: What is monk fruit? A: Also called Luo Han Goa, monk fruit is a Chinese herb cultivated for centuries by Buddhist Luohan monks. Much like stevia, it's a delicious and natural way to sweeten without all the calories of sugar Q: What are net carbs? A: You determine the net carb impact of a food by subtracting the grams of fiber from the total grams of carbohydrates. Fiber slows the digestion of carbohydrates and reduces the glycemic burden on the body. Q: Why is there inulin in this bar? A: Inulin is a form of fiber from Jerusalem artichokes that is often taken as a supplement on its own to help rebuild beneficial prebiotics in the gut and as a part of some weight-loss programs. Q: Are there GMOs in the Dark Chocolate Almond Bar? A: Nope! We're working on the Non-GMO certification right now.