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Clif Kid® ZBar™ Iced Oatmeal Cookie -- 18 Bars


Clif Kid® ZBar™ Iced Oatmeal Cookie
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Clif Kid® ZBar™ Iced Oatmeal Cookie Description

  • Baked Whole Grain
  • Energy Snack Bars
  • 12 g Whole Grains
  • Good Source of Fiber Per 40 g
  • Value Pack 18 Bars
  • USDA Organic
  • Non-GMO
  • Kosher

Clif Kid Zbar is an organic, baked whole grain, granola bar snack, made with a blend of carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and fat to give kids energy so they can keep zipping and zooming along. Our products never include high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors.

  • Delicious Taste: The yummy chocolate flavor kids love!
  • Soft-Baked & Whole Grain: Zbar is an organic, soft & chewy snack bar made with 8-11g whole grains; it is also a good source of fiber
  • Organic & Non-GMO: Clif Kid cares about the planet just as much as your kids! That is why Zbar is certified USDA Organic and Non-GMO
  • A Go-To For Parents: Zbar is lunchbox ready, free from ingredients that parents are looking to avoid, such as high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, and synthetic preservatives
  • Designed To Nourish: Zbar is made with a blend of carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and fat to keep kids satisfied at snack time and give them energy to keep zipping and zooming throughout the day

Free Of
GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Bar (36 g)
Servings per Container: 18
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories150
Total Fat5 g6%
   Saturated Fat1 g6%
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat0 g
   Monounsaturated Fat3 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium105 mg5%
Total Carbohydrate0 mg0%
   Dietary Fiber2 g10%
    Insoluble Fiber2 g
   Total Sugars10 g
     Incl. 9g Added Sugars17%
Protein2 g
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium15 mg2%
Iron1 mg4%
Potassium81 mg2%
Vitamin E8%
Phosphorus4%
Magnesium4%
Other Ingredients: Oat blend* (rolled oats*, oat flour*, oat fiber*), tapioca syrup*, fig paste*, high oleic sunflower oil*, cane sugar*, cane syrup*, cocoa butter*, natural flavors, soy flour*, baking soda, sea salt, cinnamon*, soy lecithin*, vanilla extract*.
*Organic Ingredient

Allergen statement: Contains soy. May contain peanuts, tree nuts, milk, and wheat.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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10 Back-to-School Nutrition Tips & Hacks from our Dietitian Team

Back-to-school is a time of transition and new beginnings, and it often brings a renewed motivation to get wellness habits back on track. Packing lunches and planning meals around extracurricular schedules can feel overwhelming and even mundane, but it’s a great opportunity to improve nutrition for the whole family. Luckily, Kroger’s dietitian team rounded up top tips for parents to help their kids eat healthy this school year – and the process doesn’t need to be boring or complicated. With these tips on healthy eating for kids (plus a little shopping and planning on your part) you can help feed those growing brains and bodies with the good stuff.

Woman's Hands Prepare Packed Lunch With Vegetables to Represent Healthy School Lunches | Vitacost Blog

Top Tips for Making Healthy School Lunches

1. Every little bit (or bite!) counts

When your kids are trying new foods (or not eating foods you’ve packed), remind yourself that even a single bite is success. Pressuring kids to eat often backfires. Instead, relish in the bite they did take or the fact that healthy foods made it into the lunch box. Also, if your kid is running out the door with a less-than-ideal meal (it’s going to happen), try to pair it with at least one nutritious option, like milk, yogurt, fruit, vegetables, whole-grains or lean proteins. It all adds up!  - Katy Keogh, MS, RDN, LD

2. Get the gadgets

The right lunch containers can offer more food options and make your life easier. Food containers with divided sections, like bento boxes, make lunch easy to pack and easy to clean. Insulated hot food thermoses provide the added option of hot meals. - Taylor Newman, PhD, RDN, LDN

3. Time-savers

Shortcuts are always welcome! Consider buying pre-cut produce. Baby carrots and sliced watermelon are two healthy, kid friendly snacks that save time when packing lunches.  - Taylor Newman, PhD, RDN, LDN

4. Involve your kids

Include your children in meal planning their lunches. You can provide options for each food group to ensure balanced meals, and they can select from two choices. For example, offer:
  • Peanut butter and jelly or turkey sandwich
  • Yogurt or cheese stick
  • Banana or apple
  • Broccoli with dip or celery with peanut butter
The kids can also help assemble snacks, like homemade trail mix or yogurt parfaits. Take the participation a step further and bring the kids grocery shopping. Ask the kids to find different products from the shopping list. - Sarah Limbert, RDN, LD, Molly Hembree, MS, RDN, LD & Emily Rider, RDN, LD

5. Lunch prepping

Consider meal prepping for lunches. On Sunday evening, round up the kids for a fun lunch-packing session. Having portioned options for lunches available to grab will help simplify chaotic mornings. Bonus: See if your kids can name three food groups that are included in their lunches. - Sarah Limbert, RDN, LD

6. Dip it

Include a dip for lunch. Dips can be a great way to increase intake of fruits and veggies, and they’re fun. A Greek yogurt based dressing can be a nutritious and delicious option for raw vegetables. - Laura Brown, MS, RDN, LD, ACSM-CPT

7. Repurpose leftovers

Make it easy for yourself. If you had pasta the night before, include a small portion as part of the next day’s lunch. If there are leftover vegetables from dinner, add those as a side dish. - Laura Brown, MS, RDN, LD, ACSM-CPT

8. Play with food

To encourage having a fruit or vegetable at each meal, make it fun! Use small cookie cutters to make fun shapes, or get creative with toothpicks, popsicle sticks or skewers. - Lisa McCune MS, MPH, RDN, LDN

9. Make visual pairs

Place sweet or salty treats next to fruits or vegetables so all options get equal visual attention. For example, instead of packing chips in a separate bag outside of the bento box, place the chips in the bento box next to the fruit salad or baby carrots. - Lisa McCune MS, MPH, RDN, LDN

10. Log it

Record favorite lunch ideas in one location for future reference. Whenever you find a new lunch idea that works for your family, write it down. If you’re stuck in a meal rut, you can always look at what's worked for you in the past. - Emily Rider, RDN, LD Dietitians are well versed in helping people hack their way to easier and tastier food ideas. If you need a little help in that area or more personalized food-as-medicine advice, book a telenutrition appointment with any of our talented Kroger Health Dietitians.

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