Bar Tropical

tasty, nutritious, healthylifestyle, energyboost, crispy, exotic,

Healthy and tasty cereal snack with brown sugar.
Net weight: 30g




Healthy and tasty cereal snack with brown sugar.


glucose syrup, cereals (extruded rice, oat flakes, rye flakes, puffed rice), tropical fruits (coconut, dates, mango, papaya, pineapple), brown sugar, oligofructose syrup, raisins; seeds (flax, sunflower), vegetable oil (palm), humectant : glycerol, acidity regulator: citric acid; emulsifier: soy lecithin, flavour.

Allergen information:

Contains soy and gluten. May contain traces of nuts & sesame.

Nutritional value100 g/r
Energy value 1712.8kJ/407.8kcal
Fat 12.2 g
of which saturates 3.5 g
Total carbohydrate 66, 2 g
Of which sugar 29.5 g
Fiber 6.6 g
Protein 5 g
Salt 0.1 g





"Unsaturated Fats"

Oat flakes

Oat flakes are nutritious, versatile components of cereals, oatmeal and muesli. They contain important proteins, dietary fibers, vitamins and other nutrients that support good digestion and provide optimal health.


Coconut is found in tropical regions where it is used for the white "meat" and coconut water inside the nut. It is rich with lauric acid, and high in fiber and minerals, especially potassium.

Extruded rice

Extrusion processing gives the option of reforming the rice flour into a precooked product that can be shaped. In this process, we can add potentially functional ingredients inside the rice body.


Pineapple is a nutritionally rich tropical fruit, especially with vitamin C and manganese. It contains bromelain, a mixture of proteolytic enzymes, which has a special benefit for the human health.

Rye flakes

Rye/Rye flakes is a cereal similar to wheat, containing a large amount of fiber, minerals such as manganese, phosphorus, copper and panthonetic acid, which are all crucial for normal body function.


Dates have an excellent nutritional profile. They are high in fiber and provide a great source of vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, copper, manganese, iron. These nutrients are helpful in prevention of anemia.


Mango is a tropical fruit rich in phytonutrients- carotenoids, polyphenols and xanthoids. These compounds benefit eye function, skin care and regulation of the blood pressure.


Papaya is an exotic fruit rich in vitamin C, folate as well as vitamin A. The pulp contains a variety of phytochemicals, including carotenoids and polyphenols.