Robert Irvine's Fit Crunch Baked Bars
380 calories per 3.10-ounce bar
16 grams of fat, 27 carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 6 grams of sugar and 30 grams of protein.
Basically the size of a full-blown meal for anyone who's big enough to eat it (we're talking, seriously, the big dudes in your gym...). Pure Protein's Soft Baked Bars: A 1.58-ounce bar has 190 calories, 8 grams of fat, 14 carbs, 1 gram of fiber and 5 grams of sugar (4 grams of sugar alcohol).
Nutrition Facts for Chef Robert Irvine’s Fit Crunch Peanut Butter Flavored
Ingredients: Proprietary Fortifx protein blend (whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate), glycerin, palm kernel oil, sorbitol, brown rice flour, maltitol, water, sugar, oats, soy protein, sunflower oil, cocoa processed with alkali, natural flavors, salt, stevia extract, sucralose, sodium phosphate, potassium sorbate and vitamin E.
The class action lawsuit alleges that the label of Robert Irvine’s Fit Crunch bars misleadingly states “evaporated cane juice.” According to Ring, he was misled into believing that these bars were low in sugar and that the term “evaporated cane juice” implied that the products were healthy for him because they were lower in sugar than other comparable protein bars.
The class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of consumers who purchased the Fit Crunch Peanut Butter Flavored or Cookies and Cream protein bars from Pervine Foods in New York during the time period specified in the lawsuit. The plaintiff seeks monetary damages on behalf of all similarly affected customers, as well as an injunction to prevent Pervine Foods from further misrepresenting its products.