My Favorite Snacks
Kirkland Signature Nut Bar
I’ve gotten into eating Kind bars lately, so whenever I go to Costco, I always check their snack aisle to see if they’ve gotten in any new flavors. What caught my eye instead were these Kirkland Signature Nut bars. At first glance, I was sure that they were going to be high in sugar, but upon examining the nutrition label, I noticed that their nutrition profile was surprisingly similar to Kind branded nut bars.
Allergen Information: Processed on equipment that also packages products that may contain peanuts, milk, and other tree nuts not listed.
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this article. It really helped me make a decision today. I am kind of addicted to Kind but this box at Costco looked really good. I was curious about sugar content and you’ve answered my question.
I love these bars!!! So delicious, and hit the spot for a craving, and protein hungry feeling. I love um.
I bought a case of these and yes! they are delicious, and more economical than Kind Bars. However, I just received a diagnosis of Celiac Disease and I can’t tell if these are gluten-free. I know that none of the listed ingredients contain gluten, but perhaps these are processed in equipment that processes wheat and therefore cross-contaminated? I’ve searched the Internet and can’t find my answer. I hate to throw these out…. I could bequeath them to a friend though. Can anyone tell me the answer?
There are no ingredients that contain gluten. Call the Canadian manufacturer and verify.
Please somebody can tell me if the bars are gluten free?
The label on them has the Gluten Free Certification logo.