Maintain a Daily Diet | RiteBite Max Protein Bars
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One is always caught between snacking yummy and snacking healthy. We offer an end to this dilemma. With RiteBite, we bring you a range of wholesome nutrition bars that are fueled by the goodness of natural ingredients, contain no preservatives, and come in six carefully crafted variants.

Our deliciously healthy nutrition bars contain natural ingredients like seeds, nuts, berries, yogurt, almonds, oats and cashews.

Yes, they most certainly do. RiteBite nutrition bars come in delicious flavours — from Nuts & Seeds and Fruits & Seeds to Yogurt Berry and Peanut Butter, every variant is fueled by the goodness of natural ingredients.

The natural ingredients in RiteBite nutrition bars are loaded with health benefits. For instance, seeds are a source of micronutrients, oats are a source of fibre, and nuts are a source of good fat and protein. That’s not all. Berries are rich in antioxidants, and quinoa crispies contain have a low GI and provide sustained energy.

Yes, two of our most beloved nutrition bars are vegan — Nuts & Seeds and Peanut Butter.

Whenever you’re craving something light and delicious, you can pick up our nutrition bar. Ideally, it makes for an excellent mid-morning or quick evening snack. That’s not all. It also serves your late night cravings just right.

We recommend you consume our protein bars as meal replacements.

Yes, kids can most certainly consume our nutrition bars. Mothers often find it difficult to include nuts and seeds in their kids’ diets or find it difficult to get them to stop eating chocolates. But with RiteBite nutrition bars, children snack healthy and yummy at the same time.

Yes, our nutrition bars are 100% vegetarian. In fact, they contain no preservatives and no artificial sweeteners as well.

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