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New Fiber One Chewy Bars Giveaway


Looking for a snack that combines the taste kids’ love with the nutrients they need? Be one of the first to try new Fiber One® Chewy bars, the perfect wholesome snack that the whole family will enjoy! Available in Chocolate and Strawberry PB&J varieties, these chewy bars are perfect for in-the-house, on-the-go, and everywhere in between. Complete with a peanut butter or chocolate bottom and yummy drizzle in every bite, kids won’t be able to resist the taste and parents won’t be able to resist the nutrition of this enjoyable snack.   My kids are hooked!! They are delicious!!
  •   Fiber One Chewy bars contain 20% of the Daily Value of fiber and 10% of the Daily Value of calcium
  • These 100 or 110 calorie bars contain no high fructose corn syrup, and only 7 or 8 grams of sugar
  • According to the results of a recent taste test*, kids prefer Fiber One Chewy Chocolate bars over Quaker Chewy Chocolate Chip Granola Bars
*Based upon independent taste tests, with kids aged 8-12, of Fiber One Chewy Chocolate versus Quaker Chewy Chocolate Chip Granola Bars. Quaker is a registered trademark of the Quaker Oats Company. All trademarks property of their respective owners
Want to know how new these are? The final packaging has yet to be produced.  Soon they will feature the added bonus of Box Tops for Education on-pack, truly making Fiber One Chewy bars an ideal snack for school-aged children.

One lucky reader will get to try them out first!! With this incredible gift pack:
(1) Box of Fiber One Chewy Chocolate Bars
(1) Box of the Fiber One Chewy Strawberry PB&J Bars
Drawstring Sack Pack
Water Bottle
Flexi Flyer
Soccer Ball
Sidewalk Chalk
This is the perfect gift pack to start your Summer off with!!
Now with all the end of school stress we've all been experiencing I'm gonna make this one so simple!!
To enter the giveaway tell me which flavor of Fiber One Chewy your family would like to try first??
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on June 20, 2012!!
Good Luck and Best Wishes!


“Disclosure:  The product, gift pack, information, and additional sample have all been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.”

Comments

  1. Difficult choice here. Probably chocolate, but the strawberry sounds good too!

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  2. We'd love to try the Strawberry PB&J Bars--

    karin56381 (at) gmail.com

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  3. Definitely the chocolate - yum!

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  4. I'm sure they would go for the chocolate bars.

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  5. We would love the chocolate ones :)
    andrea.nightengale@yahoo.com

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  6. Strawberry PB&J is my favorite sandwich so I'd love to try that flavor. Cheers!

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  7. Thanks for the chance to win... my kids would be split. I have one allergic to chocolate so she would want the Strawberry one... and I have one allergic to strawberries so she would want the chocolate one. I think my boys will eat ANYTHING!
    Kasey (mikesdork at aol dot com)

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  8. The chocolate of course. We're all about chocolate =o)

    We love Fiber One bars! Thanks for the chance (and another awesome giveaway!)

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  9. I think I would love both but would love to try the Strawberry PB & J one first.

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